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Natural Process' Green Coffee Bean Extract Promises Safe, Effective Weight Loss Without Stimulants or Unhealthy Additives
Date:6/20/2013

NEW ORLEANS, June 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Natural Process™, a leading provider of all-natural and effective weight loss and dietary supplements, has added Green Coffee Bean Extract to its product line. One of the main components of green coffee beans, chlorogenic acid, has been shown to provide a whole host of metabolic benefits, including weight loss. More information about this new product is available here.

Before coffee beans are roasted for use in making coffee, they are firm, green and chock-full of antioxidants. The roasting process actually destroys many of these nutrients, including chlorogenic acid, which is the main ingredient of Natural Process™ Green Coffee Bean Extract. As a metabolic booster, chlorogenic acid lowers blood sugar levels and increase the body's capacity to burn fat. Unlike some other supplements making similar claims, this natural compound is completely safe and non-stimulant. The caffeine content of Green Coffee Bean Extract is virtually nil.

"We are always on the lookout for the next breakthrough, all-natural weight loss supplement. We take pride in offering weight management solutions that are free of harsh, artificial chemicals. Green Coffee Bean Extract definitely fits the bill," explains David Johnson, president of Natural Process™.

Johnson added: "People who take this supplement don't even need to change their normal routines to see meaningful weight loss. Many people report losing 1 to 2 pounds each week, almost immediately. The active ingredient, chlorogenic acid, works by inhibiting the release of glucose from the liver. As the body's metabolism ramps up, more fat is burned for instant energy rather than stored away in tissue. In a classic snowball effect, higher metabolism results in increased energy, w
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