Newco’s Green Coffee Bean with Garcinia Cambogia is an inexpensive and safe way to help control your weight.
The raw green coffee bean contains Chlorogenic Acid, an antioxidant that slows the release of glucose into the bloodstream to support healthy liver function.
Our Pure Green Coffee Beans contain no preservatives, fillers, binders, colourings or chemicals, just the finest Green Coffee Beans harvested at the peak season for freshness and full potency.
The key ingredient in Garcinia Cambogia is HCA (hydroxycitric acid), HCA hinders the work of citrate lyase in the body. Citrate lyase is the enzyme responsible for changing carbohydrates into fatty acids. By halting the carbohydrate conversion process, HCA blocks fat and produces weight loss. HCA is also a serotonin booster. It raises the level of serotonin in the brain. This important chemical regulates mood, appetite and sleep. Elevated levels tend to curb hunger and eliminate food cravings. By lifting depression, serotonin reduces the emotional eating that leads to weight gain.
• Naturally Curbs Cravings
• Reduces Appetite
• Supports Healthy Weight & Blood Sugar Levels
• Supports Cardiovascular Function as Well as Weight Management
• This Formulation is High in Antioxidants and Low in Caffeine
Directions: Take one (1) capsules two (2) times per day 30 minutes before meals with a full glass of water or as directed by your health care provider. Do not use if seal around cap is broken. Keep out of reach of children.
Study Green Coffee Bean: In a placebo controlled Green Coffee Bean study with 16 overweight people between the ages of 22-46 took 1050mg per day with 45% Chlorogenic Acid lost an average of 17 pounds.
Study Garcinia Cambogia: In a placebo controlled Garcinia Cambogia study with 60 overweight people took
1320mg per day with 60% Hydroxycitric Acid lost an average of 14 pounds.
*Green coffee bean extract potentially inuences blood sugar levels. Please discontinue use and immediately consume a quick source of sugar if you experience shakiness, dizziness, or light-headedness as these are possible signs of low blood sugar. If symptoms persist, consult with your healthcare practitioner.