Can Coffee Extract Prevent Obesity? Here's The Fact
Obesity has become a widely discussed phenomenon among many people. From public figures to the general public, many have been trying to shed excess weight because they feel their body weight is not ideal. For instance, rapper Saykoji decided to go on a diet to lose weight. There is also a man from Bali who embarked on a diet and exercise program, resulting in significant weight loss.
The main cause of obesity is often attributed to the consumption of sugary foods. Data from Bridge Market Research reveals that the sweet food market is projected to grow from 2022 to 2029. The sweet spread market was valued at USD 10.01 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 12.88 billion by 2029, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 3.20 percent during the forecast period from 2022 to 2029.
Meanwhile, data from healthyfoodamerica.org indicates that over half of Americans, specifically 58 percent, exceed the recommended sugar consumption standards set by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which is 10 percent. This can pose health risks if not controlled, especially on a personal level.
One of the ways to address this issue is by consuming coffee. In this context, we are referring to coffee derived from coffee bean extract, which has the potential to prevent obesity and diabetes mellitus. This is because of the presence of Chlorogenic acid, which is found in high concentrations in coffee beans and has recently been identified as a selective inhibitor of glucose production in the liver. It has been observed that raw coffee beans have a higher concentration of chlorogenic acid compared to roasted coffee beans.
Furthermore, coffee has been shown to slow down gastrointestinal motility (gastric emptying and peristalsis), and coffee bean extract is believed to delay fat absorption. The impact of coffee bean extract on fat absorption was assessed by administering a single dose of olive oil to mice. The results showed that coffee bean extract and caffeine significantly reduce serum triglyceride levels, while chlorogenic acid does not affect serum triglyceride levels. Coffee bean extract, along with its caffeine content, suppresses fat absorption.
In summary, coffee bean extract can be a choice or solution to prevent obesity. Here is a formulation that can be used to help prevent obesity: sugar, fish collagen tripeptide, psyllium husk, inulin, strawberry juice, maltodextrin, coffee extract, caramel color, caramel flavor, Ethyl Maltol, Sweet Modulation, Coffee Bean Extract-P, Red rice Extract.
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