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Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology, answeredThe green coffee bean supplement has only around 20 mg of caffeine per serving, whereas your daily cup of coffee has over 100 mg (and your “venti drip” has as much as 400 mg). Green coffee bean is not a stimulant; it doesn’t make you jittery and nervous and raise your heart rate like roasted coffee or ephedra. In fact, the green coffee bean has actually been shown in some studies to help lower blood pressure -- while still boosting metabolism.
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Caroline Apovian, MD, Nutrition & Dietetics, answered
Green coffee bean extract shows some promise as a weight-loss aid -- but will it leave you wired and unable to sleep? In this video, nutrition and weight management specialist Dr. Caroline Apovian discusses the caffeine content of this supplement.