Green Coffee Vs Green Tea for Weight Loss?

Feb 11, 2023 | Lysulin News

There’s been rather a stir since green coffee came onto the scene in late 2012, making supplements packed with natural chlorogenic acid some of the best selling dietary aids in Europe and the States, but how exactly do they compare with green tea products for weight loss.

Green Coffee Ingredients

Green coffee dietary supplements are essentially capsules that include no more than roughly 3 ingredients.

Chlorogenic acid is what’s present in the bean in abundance before it’s roasted where it loses up to 95% of this anti-oxidant acid.

Whether your dietary capsule contains Svetol which is a product on its own that contains a mixture of chlorogenic acids from various plants, and/or CGA (chlorogenic acid), the overwhelming volume of the capsule will consist of chlorogenic acid.

The remaining few percent is a mixture of vegetable oil, vitamins and sometimes caffeine, but no way on a par with what you find a cup of coffee.

Green Tea Ingredients

Alternatively, it’s the catechins in green tea that are a herbal extract form the Camellia Sinensis – green tea leaves, that are what is mostly present in the tea bag, which makes up a cup of specially modified green tea for weight loss.

Additional ingredients may include Pu-erh tea extracts which increase blood circulation, White tea extracts that contain a polyphenol that helps keep your arteries healthy and vitamins and minerals from Oolong tea which provide a number of different health benefits.

Green Coffee Benefits

Due to green coffee capsules consisting mainly of the beans chlorogenic acid, this is obviously where its benefits lie.

Chlorogenic Acid (CGA)

1. It restricts the absorption of high glucose foods:

When rich glucose carbs and fats enter the blood system through digestion they are very hard to break down. The green coffee beans chlorogenic acid prevents normal glucose volumes breaking down meaning they then pass on through and out in your stool.

2. Releases fatty acids from fat stores by increasing your metabolism:

This is an obvious and repetitive claim by so many weight loss supplements, but in essence, chlorogenic acids really do increase your current rate of metabolism as it has been clinically proven to increase fatty acid oxidation and when tested in laboratories, it improves lipid metabolism on high-fat diet-induced-mice.

3. It stimulates fat absorption in the liver:

By improving lipid metabolism, it lowers triglyceride levels in the liver. Triglyceride is laymen’s terms is a concoction of three different fatty acids and glycerol, all harmful to your health and contribute heavily to weight gain.

Green Tea Benefits

Green tea benefits are quite different to the effect chlorogenic acid has on the digestion of high glucose foods and the build up of fat stores and glucose levels in the blood.

It’s the catechins in green tea that are the anti-oxidants that have for some time been sought after by people pursuing health benefits.

Green Tea Catechins (GTC)

1. GTC anti-oxidant benefits:

The scavenging effect of lipid free radicals or free radicals are one of GTC anti-oxidant qualities. By eliminating lipid-derived free radicals you are essentially instructing your body to lose weight.

It is observed that GTC are 50 times stronger than almost any other catechin extract as they are preserved much better in the green tea leaf than other plants.

2. GTC anti-carcinogen benefits:

Green tea’s anti-carcinogenic qualities are intriguing. In recent studies as late as 2012, more compelling evidence supports the fact that GTC block the cell cycle of cancer cells, and inhibit certain cancers such as prostatic cancer.

3. GTC anti-inflammatory benefits:

Most notably effective as an oral hygiene, its anti-inflammatory benefits may also help treat a wide range of inflammatory characteristics and diseases such as diabetes 2.

Green tea should be taken between meals so the body is not deprived from absorbing all its iron minerals.

Bottom line:

Green coffee’s chlorogenic acid and green tea catechins or CGA and GTC display different synergistic qualities which are both essential for weight loss.

However, as listed below when pointing out their key benefits, a conclusion could well be drawn that while green tea provides some crucial anti-oxidant, anti-carcinogenic and anti-inflammatory health benefits – if you want to just strictly just lose weight through the most effective means, then chlorogenic acid derived from the green coffee bean is the more comprehensive supplement for burning fat stores.

(GTC) Green tea key benefits:

  • Lowers lipid levels in the blood
  • Blocks the cell cycle of cancer cells
  • Helps treat obesity related anti-inflammatory diseases

(CGA) Green coffee key benefits:

  • Restricts the absorption of high glucose foods when being digested
  • Releases fatty acids from fat stores through increased metabolism
  • Stimulates fat absorption in the liver

Source by Richard R Michaels