Green Coffee Bean Extract, a healthy coffee alternative.
—50% of people don’t like coffee or add so much cream and sugar that it becomes unhealthy.
—Easy to swallow capsules
—Coffee is healthy for nearly every bodily system.
—No caffeine in this product.
—Take 1-2 capsules daily
Coffee Can Be Part of a Healthy Diet (from NEJM Journal Watch)
Paul S. Mueller, MD, MPH, FACP reviewing Poole R et al. BMJ 2017 Nov 22.
Moderate coffee drinking lowered relative risk for cardiovascular disease and some cancers.
Coffee contains more than 1000 bioactive compounds — some with potential health benefits (e.g., antioxidants). In this review of meta-analyses of observational and interventional studies, researchers evaluated the evidence for associations between coffee consumption and multiple health outcomes. About 200 meta-analyses of observational research and 17 meta-analyses of randomized trials were included in the review.
Overall, coffee consumption across a range of exposures (i.e., high vs. low or any vs. none) was associated more often with benefit than with harm. The largest relative risk reductions occurred at 3 to 4 cups of caffeinated coffee daily (vs. none) for all-cause death (17% lower), cardiovascular-related death (19% lower), and cardiovascular disease (15% lower); similar results were obtained for decaffeinated coffee. Risk for cancer was 18% lower for high versus low coffee consumption and 13% lower for any versus no coffee consumption. Coffee consumption also was associated with lower risk for specific cancers (e.g., melanoma, prostate cancer, liver cancer), neurological diseases (e.g., Parkinson disease), type 2 diabetes, hepatic cirrhosis, and other diseases. However, coffee consumption was associated with some adverse outcomes of pregnancy (e.g., pregnancy loss, preterm birth, low birth weight) and excess risk for fracture in women.
Poole R et al. Coffee consumption and health: Umbrella review of meta-analyses of multiple health outcomes. BMJ 2017 Nov 22; 359:j5024. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5024)
Guallar E. Coffee gets a clean bill of health: Coffee is safe, but hold the cake. BMJ 2017 Nov 22; 359:j5356. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5356)
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