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WITH L-CARNITINA AND VITAMIN B6 Helps in reducing body weight as part of a balanced meal plan and suitable fitness program.

Green coffee extract is obtained from a concentrate of unprocessed and unroasted coffee beans.These natural coffee beans, which come from the Coffea Arabica plant, conserve all the chemical components that are transformed or lost during roasting.Among these, chlorogenic acid stands out in particular.

Chlorogenic acid
The terms total chlorogenic acid or chlorogenic acids mainly refer to the family of esters of hydroxycinnamic acids (caffeic acid, ferulic acid and p-coumaric acid).The consumption of chlorogenic acid from green coffee has been associated in recent years with important health benefits in terms of weight loss, reducing the cardiovascular risk factor, cases of type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease as well as antibacterial and anti-inflammatory activity.

The importance of standardization
Green coffee is the most important natural source of chlorogenic acids,containing 5 to 12 grams per 100 grams of raw material.The advantage of using standardized green coffee extract with 50% chlorogenic acid as a raw material instead of products with unevaluated extracts is that it guarantees 200 mg of this component is contained in each capsule.It is also important to consider that this amount of chlorogenic acid is much greater than that which can be obtained by consuming green coffee beans directly.

Main Ingredients

Each capsule contains: Standardized coffee bean extract ... 400 mg
L-Carnitine …………………………………………………........ 5 mg
Vitamin B6 …………………………………………………..….. 325 µg

2 capsules daily provide:
- 800 mg of standardized coffee bean extract
- 200 mg of total chlorogenic acid
- 10 mg of L-Carnitine
- Vitamin B6, 0.65mg (equivalent to 50% of the RDI (Recommended Daily Intake)

Chlorogenic acid from green coffee is a natural antioxidant compound that has shown the ability to neutralize free radicals (Antioxidants are substances capable of preventing or slowing down the molecular damage produced by oxidative agents such as free radicals).This green coffee antioxidant helps reduce body fat and has been shown capable of acting as a “fat-burner” by regulating glucose metabolism.It also helps to lower one’s Body Mass Index category, which is a measure of relative weight based on an individual’s mass and height.The caffeine naturally present in green coffee acts as a lipolytic and thermogenic stimulant.By inhibiting the enzyme phosphodiesterase, it activates a mechanism that splits triglycerides into fatty acids (lipolytic action), and, by another biological process, generates heat with little energy wasted (thermogenic action).L-Carnitine helps reduce the total cholesterol level, increase HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) and improve physical performance.Vitamin B6 acts as a cofactor of enzymes involved in more than 100 metabolic reactions involving proteins, lipids and carbohydrates.

Boxes of 30 and 60 capsules, and blister packs with 10 capsules.

Suggested intake
2 capsules daily 30 minutes before main meals.Take with abundant water.

Please consult your physician before consuming this product. Not to be used during pregnancy and nursing. Not to be used by children. Keep this and all medicines out of reach of children.

Store is a dry place at room temperature.

• Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, linear dose, crossover study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a green coffee bean extract in overweight subjects – Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity:Targets and Therapy – Joe A. Vinson – Chemistry Department and Psychology Department, University of Scranton, USA – 2012
• Effect of Green Decaffeinated Coffee Extract on Glycaemia – James Blum and Benoit Lemaire – Marshall-Blum, Clinical Outcomes Specialists Bangor, USA; Berkem Developpment, Gardonne, France – Research Nutrafoods – 2007
• Chlorogenic Acids from Green Coffee extract are highly Bioavailable in humans – Adriana Farah – Journal of Nutrition, American Society for Nutrition – 2008
• Obesidad – Causas, consecuencias y tratamiento – Carlos A. Bauzá – 2005 - Pages 716, 728, 719.
• Dietary Supplements – 4th Edition - Pamela Mason – Pages64 to 70. • PDR for Nutritional Supplements – 2nd Edition – Pages340 to 344.

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