Contains about 20 mg of caffeine, about as much as cup of decaffeinated coffee. Decaffeinated to help avoid feeling jittery. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and non-GMO.
Some users have not experienced any of the benefits the product aims to provide, even with extended use. Makes some users jittery.
Flush fat from the liver with a fat-blocking enzyme. High levels of caffeine serve as appetite suppressant. Users report subtle effects and not heart-pounding/heart-racing bursts of energy, just an overall increase in energy and vitality.
Some users did not experience any of the desired effects. A few report broken pills upon arrival of shipment. Select users report constipation and headaches.
Decaffeinated to prevent the jitters while curbing your appetite. Less than 2% caffeine per serving. Coconut oil to benefit cholesterol levels. Svetol is one of the few products on the market that has been scientifically studied. Easy to swallow softgels.
Some people experienced little to no benefits from taking the product. Large pills can be difficult for some to swallow.
Rich with antioxidants. Vegetarian and fast dissolving. Made and packaged in the USA. No fillers, artificial flavors. Well priced.
Can cause dehydration. Some consumers did not experience any of the expected results.
Organic, non-GMO, vegan-friendly, with no additives, preservatives, gluten, or tree nuts. Designed to subtly produce more energy without being jittery.
Some users report a laxative effect. Others report a lack of expected energy boost. Some dislike the flavor it gives when mixed into drinks. Not certified to be organic.
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When coffee beans are roasted, the chlorogenic acid contained within is lost. This acid is thought to aid significantly in weight loss, acting as both an appetite suppressant and giving a boost of energy similar to that found in regular coffee. Each brand contains a varying amount of caffeine. Green coffee bean extracts are designed to harness that energy and deliver it in pill or powder form, providing an extra punch to your diet and exercise efforts. As with all supplements, statements of expected results are not guaranteed, and products are not reviewed or approved by the FDA. Always check with your doctor before starting any new supplement.
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