Research Results On Crucial Green Fu Ingredients

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According to internal research by Green-Fu and backed by findings from Australian Healthy Food Magazine, Green-Fu's two key ingredients, Moringa and Chlorogenic Acid (from Green Coffee Bean Extract), when combined in special ratios with our other natural Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids possess a stronger but much safer fat burning and antioxidant effect. This is particularly so, in comparison to established antioxidants for example green tea, garcinia cambogia, grape seed or raspberry extracts.

One of the main compounds accounting for Green-Fu's many overall health benefits is a compound called Chlorogenic Acid. It neutralizes free radicals and addresses the problem of hydroxyl radicals, both of which may result in cellular degeneration if left unchecked.

Chlorogenic acid can also help regulate metabolism. When compared to synthetic weight reduction products, green tea based fat loss and other marketed weight management compounds, Green-Fu's natural ingredients are two times more effective in absorbing oxygen free radicals.

An advantage of consuming a natural weight loss product like Green-Fu, is that adverse reactions to ingesting synthetic or Hydroxycitric products is totally avoided.

The Chlorogenic Acid as found in non-roasted coffee, has been found to boost metabolism by changing the way in which glucose is taken up in the bloodstream by the body.

Green-Fu contains beneficial organic caffeic acids. These give an improvement to vitality, mental clarity and an energy boost just like regular boiled coffee does, but unlike boiled coffee, Green-Fu's Green Coffee Bean Extract contains no cafestol. Cafestol often is also a source of harmful diterpenes. Green-Fu's absence of this harmful diterpene, or its relative, kahweol, is great news to our customers.

Regular intake of Green-Fu assists you to decrease concentrations of the 'bad' cholesterol, LDL, to levels that over a lifetime might decrease the odds of coronary heart disease by up to 20%.

Additionally, whenever liver enzyme levels are elevated, this is an indicator of stress on the liver. Since harmful diterpenes have a direct effect on the measured levels of liver enzymes, intake of Green-Fu with its natural compounds assists to regulate harmful diterpenes and thus reduce stress on the liver.

Other health benefits of Green-Fu include:

Intake of Chlorogenic Acids cause an improvement in the potency of pain medication, particularly for migraine medications.

Green-Fu cuts down on risk of diabetes.

Green-Fu's Green Coffee Bean Extracts and Moringa, enables the body to get rid of a higher proportion of lipids (fats) and carbohydrates, compared to other weight reduction Chlorogenic Acid products.

Green-Fu's natural plant proteins prevents rampant muscle fatigue in athletes and bodybuilders.

Green-Fu may in fact support liver health for some people. Those at high risk of developing liver disease because of drinking an excessive amount of alcohol may be less likely to suffer liver damage if they supplement their dietary plan with a daily dose of Green-Fu. Researchers are presently attributing this benefit to the caffeic acids in Green Coffee Bean Extracts and Chlorogenic Acid that are a part of Green-Fu's natural ingredients.

Unlike boiled coffee or other coffee products which contain dangerous levels of Caffeine (and that is claimed to leach calcium from the bones), Green-Fu contains generous concentrations of Moringa. Moringa is actually a great source of calcium for both youngsters and adults. Anybody who ingests Green-Fu is therefore protected from calcium leach that regular Chlorogenic Acid based fat loss products may have.

In the developing world, the Moringa in Green-Fu is a highly prescribed solution for combating child malnutrition and general mineral deficiency in people of all ages. The Moringa in Green-Fu is a superb source of natural plant based proteins, minerals, amino acids. Green-Fu contains vital nutrients (and calcium), essential for muscle as well as bone development.

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Guozhi Liu Says:

That’s great..Thanks Amber for all this information, because I normally taking Chinese Green tea from last few years, which helps me a lot to reduce my mental depresses and after these information ,I think it enthusiasts me a lot .

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