He recommends you take 800mgs two times a day, 30 minutes before meals (1600mg a day total).
He recommends that the product be 100% pure and in a vegetarian capsule.
And most importantly they must contain Svetol® or GCA® and at least 45-50% chlorogenic acid, which is the crucial ingredient for weight loss.
GCA® is the Green Coffee Extract that was used in a clinical study published in the Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal.
On average, the participants in this study lost 17 pounds each. That's 16% of their overall body fat and 10.5% body weight. The full clinical study can be found by clicking here.
Don't waste your money on bad formulations that simply don't work. The vast majority of Green Coffee Bean Extract formulas on the market today do NOT meet minimum standards for effective weight loss! Green Coffee MAX has 800mg of pure Green Coffee Bean Extract with BOTH GCA and Svetol in a veggie capsule!
Green coffee extract is simply extract made from unroasted beans or raw coffee. It’s rich in chlorogenic acid, a powerful antioxidant that will rid your body of free radicals and promote good health. Taking Simply Natural Green Coffee MAX may also help block fat accumulation, boost weight loss, curb carb absorption, and help regulate post-meal blood sugar levels.
There are multiple studies that show that green coffee may be beneficial for weight loss, hypertension, diabetes and overall health.
A study by Oryza Oil & Fat Chemical Co., Ltd. revealed positive effects of green coffee extract consumption and body weight. The research revealed the combination of caffeine and chlorogenic acid in green coffee promoted reduced fat accumulation and inhibited fat absorption, thus making the consumption of green coffee an effective weight loss product.
A study conducted by Kao Corporation in Tokyo, Japan, revealed that green coffee bean extract had positive effects on mild hypertensive cases. The research showed significantly decreased blood pressure and that amount of blood pressure response was directly proportional to the dose of green coffee.
A study at Helwan University in Cairo, Egypt, and published in the "Journal of American Science" revealed the consumption of green coffee decreased blood glucose levels and insulin levels in diabetic rats. The research concluded that the cholorogenic acid content of all coffee, not just green coffee, is responsible for the antagonistic effect on glucose transport in your body.