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Green Coffee Mixed With Medications

Green Coffee Mixed With Medications

Green Coffee Is All Natural Making It Safe To Use With Medication

There are many people who want to shed those excess pounds but need help doing so and may consider taking green coffee along with medication.  With thousands of weight loss supplements and diet pills promising results it can be difficult to know which one to choose, especially if you have additional health concerns besides being overweight (or maybe even due to being overweight).  Green Coffee Bean Extract prevents your body from absorbing sugars from foods and increases your metabolism so you burn more calories than you are taking in resulting in weight loss without having to change your diet or exercise, however combining Green Coffee Bean Extract with diet and exercise will enhance results.  Chlorogenic Acid is extracted from coffee beans before they are roasted.  Which is why drinking coffee does not have the same affect as taking the extract. When a coffee bean is roasted most of the chlorogenic acid is lost.   The Green Coffee Bean Extract is taken with a large glass of water 30 minutes before your largest meals for the day (one capsule twice daily).  Average weight loss without changing diet and exercise is 10 lbs in 30 to 45 days. Of course, many dieters lose weight even faster especially when combined with a healthy diet and exercise.  Green Coffee Bean extract is all natural with no reported side affects which is why, in most cases, it is safe to take if you are taking medication or have medical concerns such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol etc.

 Green Coffee Can Be Taken With Your Medication

Green Coffee Bean extract will not interfere with any medication that you may be on, it is all natural and there are no side affects associated with it.  However, because the Chlorogenic Acid is extracted from coffee beans prior to roasting it does have some natural caffeine. Each capsule contains roughly 20mg of caffeine (less than 1/5 a cup of coffee) so if you are sensitive to caffeine it may not be appropriate for you.  As with all weight loss supplements it is always recommended to consult your physician prior to dieting especially if on medication, to ensure it is appropriate for you.  Also, some medications may need to be adjusted as you lose weight, for instance as your weight comes down so too can your cholesterol, blood pressure and blood glucose levels, which may affect your medication dose or whether or not you even need to be on medication. Click here for other Green Coffee safety information. What medications are you most concerned about taking along side with Green Coffee Bean?

Information in this site is provided for informational purposes only. It is not meant to substitute for any medical advice, provided by your physician or other medical professional. you should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your physician or health care provider. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. *Results not typical, individual results may vary.
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