With the premier of the Dr. Oz Show yesterday, everyone is talking about the Green Coffee Bean Extract results from the Green Coffee Bean Project. Now they weren’t spectacular, but what Dr. Oz warned about after that segment was more interesting. He warned about all the companies out there selling Green Coffee Bean Extract that might not be exactly what he recommended. What did he recommend?
- At least 45% Chlorogenic Acid
- Svetol® on the Bottle
- GCA® of the Bottle
Which, is Better? Svetol® or GCA® Green Coffee Bean?
There really is no difference between the two. They are both trademarks of the 45% Chlorogenic Acid green coffee. What makes them different than a lot of the supplements out there is that they use the clinically studied dose…which is 45% Chlorogenic Acid. So really, you would be safe with either the Svetol® or the GCA® version of this supplement. You can be rest assured that you are getting the correct dosage.
So What if My Bottle Doesn’t Say Svetol® or GCA®
As long as your green coffee bean supplement says at least 45% Chlorogenic Acid on the bottle, then you have the clinically studied amount and will get the same effects from taking it that you would from Svetol® or GCA®. There is no difference except the trademark. Now if your bottle says nothing about Chlorogenic Acid, I would call the company you purchased it from and demand to know how much Chlorogenic Acid is in the product.
Where to Buy Svetol® or GCA®