Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract

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Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract by Creative Bioscience contains 50% chlorogenic acid and is manufactured in FDA and GMP approved facilities. Every batch we manufacture is quality tested TWICE, once by the lab and again by a 3rd party. This is to ensure the consistency of all active ingredients.

**Up-Date September 21, 2012**

-In the recent episode of the program, Dr. Oz suggested using 400 mg daily, containing 45% chlorogenic acid. That is a total of 180 mg of active chlorogenic acid. It was even suggested that as low as 200 mg daily at 45% might show some benefit.

-Our products suggested daily dosage is 800 mg. This puts the amount of chlorogenic acid (the necessary active ingredient) somewhere between 240 mg on the low end to 400 mg on the high end. As you can see, even the lowest possible dose is still 60 mg over the amount referred to by Dr. Oz on his recent program. This also exceeds the amount given to those on the clinical studies that has shown such promising results.

-Svetol© & GCA©(green coffee antioxidant) are two trademarked brand names for green coffee extract, among many, that contain chlorogenic acid at the appropriate levels. In order to eliminate confusion in the marketplace, Creative Bioscience initially opted for a blend/formulation that leans more towards the natural living category, as these are our roots.

-In the future, just to clear up this confusion,  Creative Bioscience will be producing Green Coffee Bean using GCA© as our supplier for the raw materials, although there is absolutely no difference in the product.

The bottom line is that whether you use our product today, in the future, or in the past, you can expect to see the great results that have been seen in clinical studies and that Creative Bioscience™ and our line of products have come to be known for and will continue to be. We simply do not compromise for quality!

Dr. Oz emphasized the importance of using only 100 per percent Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract with no additives. Supplements that include gelatin, maltodextrine, silica, microcrystalline cellulose or magnesium stearate along with Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract should be AVOIDED. The percentage of chlorogenic acid should also be considered as some supplements have a low percentage.


800mg Per Capsule

100% Pure Green Coffee Bean Extract

50% Chlorgenic Acid


Gelatin, Maltodextrine, Silica, Microcrystalline Cellulose or Magnesium Sterate

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Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract Product Description


If you think you’re off the hook because you already drink a cup of coffee (or 12) every morning (or every waking moment), think again. Taking green coffee bean extract tablets is very different from drinking boiled caffeinated coffee drinks. Caffeinated coffee drinks contain cafestol, which is responsible for the negative effects associated with consuming coffee as a stimulant. The extract from green coffee beans that is used to make the supplements is free of cafestol. So, you get only the natural antioxidant quality of the bean in your supplements.

Green coffee bean extract has also been linked with lowering high blood pressure, improving blood circulation, and safely reducing body mass in overweight adults. Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract slows the release of sugar in your body which helps give you sustainable energy throughout the day and also boosts your metabolism helping you burn fat. These two factors combined will allow you to manage your weight without an intense workout program or restrictive diet plan.

How Does It Work?


If Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract is so amazing, why aren’t daily coffee drinkers losing weight left and right? When roasting the coffee bean to bring out the flavor all of the chlorogenic acid is burned out. This cutting edge ingredient can only be extracted from unroasted beans. I suppose you could try and eat the unroasted green coffee beans whole, but I wouldn’t recommend it – they are extremely bitter. Each capsule of Creative Bioscience Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract contains 400 mg of chlorogenic acid for a 50% ratio.

Other Frequently Asked Questions

(If you don’t see yours, just ask us – we’ll respond promptly and then add it to the list)

Q: Where does Creative Bioscience manufacture its Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract?

A: At our FDA inspected and GMP approved facility in Utah.

Q: What is the ratio of Chlorogenic acid to other ingredients?

A: 50% Chlorogenic Acid (the fat fighter)

Q: Are there any side affects?

A: Because the stimulant is not caffeine based there are no side affects.

Q: How much caffeine is in Green Coffee Bean Pure?

A: Approx. 20 mg, typical cup of coffee has 100mg.

by Adam Collings


{ 27 comments… read them below or add one }

Shirley November 29, 2012 at 2:25 pm

According to my blood type (O), I am not suppose to drink coffee because of the acid. Does that mean that the Green Coffee Bean Extract would also bother me?


Laurie November 29, 2012 at 7:16 am

What is the problem with cellulose and other ingredients in the product? Does that mean it will not be effective? it still has the 50% chlorogenic acids.


Roni November 27, 2012 at 8:16 am

Is it possible to lose a pound a day taking the Green Coffee Bean along with the Ketone Plus?


Tammy November 22, 2012 at 10:45 am

I would like a photo of Other Ingredients please, you do no show the label so that people can see what it is that you are selling. Thank you


mehul November 17, 2012 at 9:07 am

You said your capsule contains about 20mg caffeine, but for green coffee extract the amount of caffeine is 10% the weight, so 800mg (your dose) would contain 80mg caffeine. Can you explain?


Nikita November 6, 2012 at 3:12 am

2 months back, I started exercising (Cardio)…then 1.5 months back I stuck upon your product and started using it…. I noticed I lost weight but wasnt sure whether it was cardio or the green coffee bean. A month back, I stopped cardio but continued the coffee bean and now, I have put on more weight than what I started with 2 months back. Has the 1.5 months green coffee bean not worked? I bought 3 bottles and I am disappointed….

Has anyone had this experience?


Lorna September 25, 2012 at 3:12 pm

I purchased your product from and noticed that your pamphlet in the box indicates a weight loss of 1lb per day. Based on my BMI i should lose 45lbs, I have not noticed any side effects and have been losing weight, do you think I could take this product for 12 weeks instead of 8 weeks. I am thinking of reordering. I eat an average of 1200-1500 calories per day with minimal excercise.


Sharon Fischer September 21, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Dr. Oz. says take 400 mg 2x daily–800mg total You say take 800mg 2xdaily-1600 mg. Which is correct?


Adam September 24, 2012 at 8:56 am

They are actually both correct. Dr. Oz recommends 400mg of the active ingredient, chlorogenic acid. Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract has 400mg of chlorogenic acid, of which Dr. Oz recommends you take twice daily.


Ashleigh August 31, 2012 at 8:02 pm

Many green coffee bean extract manufacturers are offering 800mg of green coffee been extract per one capsule. Do you offer this concentration as well? thank you


Adam September 3, 2012 at 9:23 am

We don’t just offer 800mg, it is our standard PER CAPSULE. If you read what Dr. Oz recommended he was very clear on what the supplement should have – 50% chlorogenic acid, 800mg per capsule. But he was even more clear on what it should NOT have, which are; Gelatin, Maltodextrine, Silica, Microcrystalline Cellulose or Magnesium Sterate. Finally, and most people don’t remember or pay attention but he also recommended the supplement come in a veggie cap. Our Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract hits the mark 100% on all these base line recommendations.


Tevia August 31, 2012 at 3:26 pm

The booklet inside the box says that you are able to take it at night. Which would work better, before meals or while you’re sleeping? If you took it at night, would you be able to take the daily dose and not do it before meals?


Adam September 3, 2012 at 9:16 am

The instructions would have you take 1 pill 30 minutes before breakfast and 1 capsule 30 minutes before dinner.


William Beverly August 27, 2012 at 11:17 pm

Your Website Information does not tell me enough about your product. Does the package contain a nutrition label and if so, what does it say? Please confirm that these products result from an FDA inspected manufacturing facility. What are the purity and quality ratings? What is the chlorogenic acid content and how consistent is it?


Adam August 28, 2012 at 1:08 pm


In order to more effectively answer this question I have sent you a direct email AND up-dated the content of this page to better answer those very questions.


kisha August 25, 2012 at 6:15 pm

How long does it take for the capsule to start working? Are their and type of food or drink restrictions?


Adam August 27, 2012 at 3:37 pm

The Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract will start to show results within the first couple weeks of use. Though the FDA recommends not using it for periods exceeding 8 weeks and you should consult a physician before doing so, studies conducted have shown that people lost an average of 17 pounds in 12 weeks.

While there isn’t a required diet protocol, we certainly recommend our 1200 calorie Creative Bioscience Diet and the recommended foods that accompany it for maximum results.


Jan August 25, 2012 at 9:04 am

The label says to not consume caffeine from other sources such as coffee or soft drinks. Why? Does having a cup of coffee interfere with the dieting process?


Adam August 27, 2012 at 3:37 pm

As with any supplement containing caffeine, the FDA requires warning labels suggesting not to use caffeine from any other substance. With Green Coffee Bean Extract, while it does have some caffeine, our daily dosage is about the equivalent to 1/5 a cup of coffee. The caffeine in roasted coffee is extracted when the beans are roasted.

Caffeine sensitive customers should consult a physician before use. But Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract has very little caffeine and we have had many clients report the use of the product with many of our other product containing caffeine as well as with coffee, tea, soft drinks, etc.


Jan August 21, 2012 at 4:29 pm

But what is the percentage of the total chlorogenic acids in each capsule, 50% or above?


Adam August 22, 2012 at 8:25 am

Each capsule contains 50% chlorogenic acids, or 400mg.


Jan August 21, 2012 at 3:45 pm

What is the total chlorogenic acids NLT percentage in each capsule?


Adam August 21, 2012 at 4:11 pm

The ratio of chlorogenic acid to caffeine is 20:1, which is standard for legitimate manufacturers. Additionally our product provides more value because its formulated to allow consumption morning and night.


Patty August 12, 2012 at 6:54 pm

Can you take green coffee bean extract indefinitely ? I have lost the weight I want to and now take the green coffee bean extract to maintain my weight. I take it before lunch and before dinner. is that ok ? Does it have effects with vitamins ?


Adam August 13, 2012 at 10:05 am

We don’t know of any negative effects of taking Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract for an extended period of time. You will just want to be careful that you are indeed maintaining a healthy weight and not going below it. It is always recommended to speak to your healthcare professional for any lifestyle changes and to determine a healthy BMI for you.


Mic August 6, 2012 at 8:52 am

Hi, I have taken about 1/2 the bottle and I’m experiencing some digestion issues. I quit the coffee and they stopped. Perhaps 800 2x/day is too much for me…any thoughts as to what might cause this reaction?


Adam August 10, 2012 at 8:48 am

I’m sorry that you are having trouble. The active ingredient in the Green Coffee Bean Pure Extract is Chlorogenic Acid. Our product contains the recommended daily dosage. You could try reducing to one capsule a day, but you would then be receiving less than the clinically suggested amount. We have had no prior reports of this side effect to date. You may want to check with your physician to see if something else is going on. Are you taking any other supplements, diet aids or medications?


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