Green Coffee 800 Review
What You Should Know
Green Coffee 800 is a slimming coffee that contains no coffee at all. The supplement is available online from various companies, but we did not find an official website. The ingredient list is packed with proven weight loss ingredients, though not all ingredients are included in sufficient quantities to promote metabolism and weight loss. The cost of Green Coffee 800 is much more expensive than other coffee or tea, in this case, based products in the same category.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea Leaf Extract
- Panax Ginseng
Chromium is a good start for Green Coffee 800. Chromium may help control blood glucose levels so the dieter feels less hunger between meals. This ingredient will not, however, help the dieter make good food choices for each meal. No matter how strong chromium may be, the dieter needs to eat healthy, low calorie foods as part of the weight loss program.
Green tea leaf extract is another proven weight loss supplement. Clinical studies generally agree that 300 to 350 mg of green tea is optimal for boosting metabolism. Green Coffee 800 contains 290 mg made up of 180 mg of polyphenols, 90 mg of EGCG and 50 mg of caffeine. Both EGCG and caffeine are clinically proven to aid in weight loss.
Panax ginseng is an ingredient that offers no weight loss support but it may help the dieter achieve and maintain optimal energy levels, according to the supplement description.
There are no testimonials or before and after photos associated with Green Coffee 800. These are generally used by the dieter to gauge how well the formula works in real life. Just because science says a formula should work does not mean it will be effective, though it is a good indication.
- Green Coffee 800 contains chromium and green tea – proven weight loss ingredients.
- Contains EGCG and caffeine.
- Sold online.
- All ingredients are listed in the product description.
- No clinical studies supporting weight loss claims.
- There is no coffee in Green Coffee 800.
- The price is much higher than other green tea supplements.
- Contains calcium but no magnesium – could cause constipation.
- No mention of how the green tea tastes.
Green Coffee 800 contains some pretty impressive ingredients and none of the ingredients have negative side effects. While the formula may not contain as much green tea as we would like, this supplement is not bad compared to the hundreds or thousands of dangerous supplements on the market.