Everyone likes to drink coffee. But have you heard of green coffee beans?
We will introduce you to the effects of these beans in more detail.
Green coffee is not colored green. This type of coffee is just raw, unroasted coffee beans. In contrast to normal coffee, where the beans are roasted and ground, with green coffee the unroasted coffee beans are used to prepare the coffee directly from them. This means that green coffee differs from the roasted variant both in color and in taste.
Green coffee is less of a luxury item
Green coffee is less of a pleasure and more of a remedy. The taste is more reminiscent of green tea and should only be drunk in moderation. Particularly noteworthy is the chlorogenic acid it contains. It is a polyphenol, which has antioxidant properties and is said to help with weight loss. The consumption of green coffee should also stop the appetite and cravings for sweets.
Green coffee also contains 18 different amino acids that control important metabolic processes in the body. In addition, green coffee has a very high proportion of fats (lipids), which in turn are involved in lowering the cholesterol level. At the same time, green coffee contains plenty of antioxidants that can slow down the aging process.
How to make green coffee:
If you are wondering how to prepare the green cousin of coffee, follow the instructions below:
- Take 3 tablespoons of green coffee beans and boil them with half a liter of water
- Let the mixture simmer for around 15 minutes and steep for another half an hour
- Strain the green coffee well through a sieve and let the coffee cool down to the desired temperature