As Good As It Gets: The Green Coffee Bean Extract Edge
I like it when my friends convert to a healthy lifestyle. That means we can enjoy each other's' companies longer. I also like it when they encourage me to do the same thing for the sake of my own longevity and well-being. Well, I wouldn't complain about that. Unfortunately, some friends don't strictly adhere to the exercise and diet plan they had committed to. They will stick with it for a good one week, but will eventually fall off. This sort of "relapse" has happened to a lot of people I know. I'm sure you also have a lot of people within your circle who have been through the same predicament, or maybe you have actually experienced it. Relapsing to the previous state or habit shows how powerful temptation is. The smell of deep fried fast food goodies, the sight of a sugar-bombed chocolate cake, the call of that cream-filled cinnamon bun; unhealthy foods may creep in once or twice a week in your menu but never let it be an unconscious habit.
Drinking instant coffee is the worst unconscious habit of all. All people on the go are guilty of this. The media as a "healthy" norm likewise, glorify drinking instant coffee. Health gurus had never considered instant coffee as a drink that's beneficial for one's health. It is loaded with artificial sweeteners and the ingredient used to make the concoction creamy is sourced from oil-based lactose or genetically modified milk.
Real sugar sourced from the cane plant is rather pricey. To save on costs, ready-to-drink coffee manufacturers use aspartame as a sugar replacement. Aspartame is a chemically manufactured sugar substitute, which has a lot of negative side effects on a person's health if consumed excessively: side effects include anemia and a sudden surge in the body's glucose level. Before you feign off from drinking coffee forever, let me tell you that there is a healthy alternative.
Green coffee bean extract has actually been around for quite some time now. Most organic food stores have this on stock. This green coffee came from unroasted robusta coffee cherries that did not go through heat processing; hence, the tea-like color and aroma. Green coffee bean extract may look like tea, but it gives to the same "kick" that coffee does and more.
Green coffee bean extract fights free radicals and other cellular inconsistencies that cause facial skin to wrinkle at a young age. It also improves the body's metabolic rate that allows you to shed off those unwanted pounds. Since green coffee bean extract is all-natural, it will never aggravate the current status of diabetics. In fact, green coffee bean extract is most beneficial for diabetics as it helps stabilize the glucose count on a cellular level.
If you want to drink a cup of joe, I suggest you rush over to an organic foods store in your area. Remember, you are in control of your health. Never let a television ad, with a Hollywood celebrity, tell it to you otherwise.