How to Use
Taking green coffee beans in excess can lead to adverse side effects. Follow the instructions on the product label in order to achieve the best results. You should also not take green coffee if you are allergic to it. The recommended time to take the coffee is 30 minutes before meals.
Research show that in the management of high blood pressure, taking green coffee extracts of 93 mg per day or 185mg per day will reduce blood pressure after 28 days. When it comes to weight loss, taking 80 to 200 mg of green coffee extracts a day can give modest weight loss within a period of 12 weeks.
For great results in weight and blood pressure management, green coffee beans should not be used independently. Use them as part of a complete treatment program that includes proper dieting and exercising.
FDA Pregnancy Classification
Green coffee beans may cause harm to unborn or breastfeeding babies. It should also not be given to children.
Store at room temperature and away from heat and moisture.
Unpleasant side effects are experienced when green coffee is taken in excess. There are no studies outlining optimal dosage. The key is to follow the instructions on the product label. A common recommendation is to take the coffee at least 30 minutes before meals.
Taking too much green coffee within a short duration can cause high levels of homocysteine. This is because of the chlorogenic acid which increases plasma homocysteine levels. These high levels are associated with such conditions as heart disease.
Green coffee beans can worsen bleeding disorders, change the way sugar is processed by people with diabetes, worsen diarrhea when taken in large quantities and can cause glaucoma.