Dr. Mehmet Oz produced evidence that the Green Coffee Extract supplement he called a “miracle” actually works, although many crtics believe it is just a hoax.
The whole Green Coffee Bean Extract revolution began with a study published in the Journal of Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity, which was carried out on 8 men and 8 women in India. The product was supplied by an American Food Science company.
After 22 weeks, or about five months, the researchers found that, on average, participants lost more than 17 pounds…without any modification to caloric intake or physical activity.
Now come on let’s be honest : 8 men and 8 women. That’s all! A serious study simply cannot be based on only 8 men and 8 women. And what led an American supplier of beans to get involved with a small mysterious study involving 16 people in India?
Following the criticism he received, Dr. Oz produced his own evidence based on his own study. With a group of 100 female volunteers, Oz tested the pill and said he found women who took the extract lost an average of two pounds in two weeks. Women who took a placebo lost an average of one pound during those two weeks.
With Green Coffee Extract – women lost 2 lbs. per 2 weeks.
With No Green Coffee Extract – women lost 1 lb. per 2 weeks.
Conclusion: I guess just participating in a study on weight loss makes you lose weight!
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