The natural power of pure green coffee

Pure Green Coffee

Pure Green Coffee Products are made from natural coffee beans, left pure and unroasted to lock in the active ingredients.

Green coffee – that’s coffee in its pure, unroasted form – contains high levels of a natural compound called chlorogenic acid, which is believed to help boost the metabolism, improve circulation and contain a high amount of antioxidants.

Green coffee beans are unroasted seeds of the plant Coffea Arabica. During roasting, all of the natural antioxidants present in the coffee beans, that are beneficial for our health are removed. Pure green coffee beans do not go through the
same process, they are kept in their most natural form.

At Pure Green Coffee Company, we set out to develop a range of green coffee
products that retain all of the natural benefits of green coffee.We’ve got Green Coffee, Cappuccino Green Coffee, Body Scrubs, Body Masks and Face & Body Washes.

Health benefits of natural green coffee beans.

1. Rich in antioxidants
A number of recent studies have confirmed that raw and unprocessed green coffee
beans contain 100% pure Chlorogenic Acid (CGA), which has strong antioxidant
properties.

2. Helps boost the metabolism
The Chlorogenic acid present in green coffee beans is also known as a metabolism booster. It increases the Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) of our body, which has an effect on excessive release of glucose from the liver into the blood. With this lack of glucose, our body starts burning the stored fat cells, in order to fulfill its glucose requirement.

3. Helps improve circulation
High blood pressure could lead to several fatal diseases like stroke, heart failure, chronic renal failure, etc. But researchers have found the presence of a very active ingredient in green coffee beans that imposes a positive impact on our blood vessels by preventing platelets from getting clustered. As a result, our arteries are less likely to harden and blood circulation throughout our body is improved.

4. Has anti-diabetic benefits
Green unroasted coffee beans may have multiple benefits for people with or at
risk of type 2 diabetes, according to new research which shows that an extract from these beans can help lower blood glucose levels, as well as reduce weight.

A study from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania observed that participants
who consumed green coffee extract over a period of 22 weeks lost about 10% of their body weight. At the end of the study, the tests showed that the green coffee extract was successful in lowering the level of blood sugar in each participant.

Pure Green Coffee skincare
Our Pure Green Coffee is full of antioxidants and has great hydration properties, so we collaborated with Agata Podczaska, ‘Happymore’ owner, to create a collection of natural skincare products that make the most of green coffee’s ability to help the skin retain moisture, leaving it feeling softer and smoother.

As well as green coffee extract from the rainforests of Brazil, Agata helped us source a range of carefully chosen, high-quality ingredients designed to really nurture your skin. The results not only make your skin feel and smell fantastic, but all our products are also 100% vegan, wheat and gluten-free,
and contain no SLES or parabens.

All are dermatologically tested and cruelty-free, too, because that’s important.We have a range of body scrubs to refresh the body and mind, face & body washes in Mighty Mint and Awesome Orange, plus our face & body mask are perfect for cleansing and regenerating.

That’s the story so far, but we have plans to launch lots more green coffee products in the near future.

Coming soon in 2019 will be our new, environmentally friendly, green coffee shampoo bars. Full of beneficial natural ingredients to help stimulate hair growth and leave your hair and scalp in great condition


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Feature article taken from inside Thrive Magazine Winter issue 2018. To grab your copy head over to: thrive-magazine.co.uk/themagazine