Green Coffee Power
FUNCTIONS: HYDRATION, ANTI AGING, ANTI INFLAMMATORY, ANTI OXIDANT , WEIGHT LOSS
The history of coffee dates back to thousand of years and it is said that the effect of the coffee plant was first recognized in Ethiopia in the 15th century. Coffee beans are the seeds of a tree or a berry called ‘’cherry’’ and they are usually hand-picked. In order to grow they need of warm and humid climates; Africa, South Asia, Southern and Central America are today’s largest producers of coffee beans.
Before they are refined, roasted and ground, coffee beans are green. The green coffee powder extracted from immature, ‘’raw’’ coffee beans is one of the most popular nutritional supplements contributing to significant weight loss.
WHAT CAN GREEN COFFEE POWDER DO FOR SKIN & OVERALL HEALTH
It contains an antioxidant called Chlorogenic Acid (CGA) which is believed to be responsible for promoting weight loss. It is also rich in fatty acids.
Reduces levels ‘’bad cholesterol’’ and boosts your metabolism.
Reduces the amount of fat absorbed from diet and helps natural weight loss.
Decreases the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
The anti-inflammatory properties of CGA sooth acne-prone skin and fight redness.
Helps your body get rid of toxins naturally.
Moisturises, nurtures and energises dull skin.
Encourages hair growth and fights baldness.
HOW TO USE
Face: Mix 1 tablespoon of green coffee powder with one tablespoon of water, leave for 15 minutes and rinse off. If you have extra dry skin replace water with olive oil and then remove with an organic cotton pad.
Hair: Mix two tablespoons of green coffee powder with one tablespoon of olive oil and honey. Apply the paste into your hair, leave for 15-30 minutes and then wash thoroughly. Use once per week for soft and silky hair.
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