Green Coffee Bean – Clinical Study

Green Coffee has been all over the news. A recent clinical study, published in the Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity journal, followed 16 people with a body mass index between 25-35% and between 22 – 46 years old. They were supplemented with green coffee bean and strictly monitored for only 12 weeks. Here are the results of that study:  
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Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, linear dose, crossover study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a green coffee bean extract in overweight subjects

  In study, participants lost 17 lbs each. That’s 16% of their overall body fat and 10.5% body weight. Details can be found by clicking here.


  • Participants were 22 – 46 years old.
  • Participants had a body mass index between 25-35% Participants ate on average 2,400 calories a day.
  • Participants had a calorie expenditure of 400 calories a day.
  • Participants did not burn approximately 2000 calories a day. (usually weight gain)
  • Participants did not make any dramatic changes to diet or exercise routines.


  • Over 12 weeks, the participants in the study, lost an average of 17 pounds each.
  • 10.5% of their overall body weight.
  • 16% of their overall body fat.
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