- Caffeine's health benefits have long been enumerated
- An average adult can safely consume up to 400mg of caffeine daily
- Green coffee is low on caffeine
This can aptly be branded as one of the highlights of green coffee. The acid present in unroasted coffee beans has been attributed to facilitating weight loss and lowering blood pressure levels. It acts as a powerful antioxidant and helps in boosting metabolism.
Improved blood circulation
Green coffee consumption has been tied to enhancing metabolism. A cup of green coffee can go a long way in making you feel energized and revving up blood circulation.
Regular consumption of green coffee may help in slowing down the process of sugar absorption in small intestines which may aid fat loss.
Regular consumption of green coffee has also been tied to keeping a check on cholesterol levels.
Green coffee consumption may also slow down the rate of glucose release in the blood. "Have it before your meals and it helps in controlling the amount of glucose our body synthesizes," notes Dr. Rupali Datta, Chief Clinical Dietician at Fortis-Escorts Hospital in New Delhi.
What makes this such a versatile ingredient is its ability to blend with different items and take varying avatars. From cocktails, mocktails, to shakes, desserts and even ice creams - green coffee can easily be used in rustling up a range of delicacies and drinks.