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MaritzMayer Laboratories Green Coffee Bean Extract, 800 mg per Capsule, 60 Veggie Capsules (Contains Some Chlorogenic Acids)

June 20, 2018 - Comment

Green Coffee Bean Extract is a weight management supplement, derived from unroasted coffee bean, containing the naturally occurring compound Chlorogenic Acid. Chlorogenic Acid aids with weight management and promotes healthy sugar levels within the body. Product Features Extracted from unroasted coffee beans A new study suggests taking green coffee bean extract could be a safe

Green Coffee Bean Extract is a weight management supplement, derived from unroasted coffee bean, containing the naturally occurring compound Chlorogenic Acid. Chlorogenic Acid aids with weight management and promotes healthy sugar levels within the body.

Product Features

  • Extracted from unroasted coffee beans
  • A new study suggests taking green coffee bean extract could be a safe and effective way to lose weight
  • Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract | 800mg per capsule

Comments

S. Wilson says:

I haven’t lost a pound after taking most of one bottle I have been using this for over two weeks, taking two pills per day (which is what the original study subjects would have done as an equivalent to the study material in terms of mass consumed). The MaritzMayer product says to take one capsule 30′ before each meal, so I did deviate from the directions. It’s claimed to help you lose weight but I have seen no such result. I weigh about 112 pounds and only want to lose a few pounds, but this supplement doesn’t seem like the way for me to do it…

Wingate Willie says:

Where is the ANALYSIS? If this product is legitimate, where is the chemical analysis? Some generic analysis that refers to the capsule weight and a few contaminants is of no value. A determination of a MINIMUM 45% clorogenic acid content by an independent testing lab should be the purpose of the analysis. This is a standard that must be met, per Dr. Oz. The analysis shown makes no mention of of ANY clorogenic acid content. (The ad copy says it contains “SOME”—What is this? .01% or some other trace amount?)…

Cherie C. says:

Didn’t work for me. Saw this on the Dr Oz show and thought I’d give it a go. The price was SO low on this particular brand so I bought 5 months worth and took it religiously. According to a study, patients lost approx 17 lbs. in a year without changing their diet or exercise – that’s more than a pound a month. I did not lose one ounce, and I eat healthy and walk an hour a day. Now, i’m not obese, but I do weigh 20 lbs more than I should. I wondered IF I had purchased a higher priced brand, would the results…

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