Dr Oz, Green Coffee Bean Extract Dosage, Side Effects & Precautions

Dr. Oz Talks About Green Coffee Bean Extract and If It Can Really Help You To Lose Weight

Earlier in the season Dr. Oz spoke about Green Tea Extract and it’s ability to burn fat.  On today’s September 2, 2013 episode Dr. Oz talked about how green coffee bean extract works and what dosage levels that you should look for when picking out a supplement.  To help him with this segment Dr. Oz invited Dr. Caroline Apovian and Dr. Kristen Kirkpatrick on to the show to help explain why Green Coffee Bean Extract works and how it can help you to lose those pounds that are hard to get rid of.

Who Should Not Take Green Coffee Extract?

Dr. Caroline Apovian explained to Dr. Oz that this supplement has not been studied for long in human beings.  She said that those best suited for this supplement is women between the ages of 35-49.  She also said that the ideal BMI (body mass index) to receive the most benefits are those between 25-49.  She also said that you should not take Green Coffee Bean Extract if you have diabetes, are pregnant, or prone to heart attacks.

Buy Green Coffee Bean Extract With Svetol

Dr. Oz said that there are some guidelines that you should take not of when you are buying green coffee bean extracts.  They are not all made the same so be ready to read some labels while you are at the store.  Dr. Oz said that you should read the ingredients on the label and look for “Svetol” or GCH (green coffee antioxidant).  You should also read the labels and find a brand that contains at least 45 percent chlorogenic acid.Dosage400 mg taken 3 times per day, 30 minutes before mealtime.

Green Coffee Bean Extract Side Effects & Precautions

Dr. Oz said that green coffee bean extract doesn’t have unfavorable side effects.  He said that there is actually very little caffeine unlike regular coffee.  He did set forth some precautions to be on the safe side.  He said that you shouldn’t take green coffee bean extract if you are under 18.  You should also not take this supplement if you are pregnant or breast feeding.  Dr. Oz said that you should always read the labels before buying.  You should find a product that doesn’t contain fillers, binder, and artificial ingredients.

Dr. Oz also made special mention to the fact that he does not endorse any product and if you ever received a text or email with his name or image attached should be deleted because it is not from him.  It is from people trying to capitalize on his name.

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Guests to be featured on the Dr. September 2, 2013 program : Dr. Caroline Apovian, Kristen Kirkpatrick, Sree Sreenivasan