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KRALLEN1
Posts: 257
1/15/13 4:22 P

I am not saying I endorse him or that I even take the supplement. Women at work were talking about it and I was just curious what you all thought of it.



DIETITIANBECKY
Posts: 26,543
1/15/13 3:38 P

"Preliminary research" is showing that green coffee bean extract may be beneficial with weight loss. But this is preliminary research.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22291473

I won't coment on the endorsement choices of Dr. Oz.

Dietitian Becky

Edited by: DIETITIANBECKY at: 1/15/2013 (15:38)


MUZIKGAL21
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Posts: 150
1/15/13 2:19 P

I wouldn't believe everything you see and hear. I'd love to find a miracle drug, but there just isn't anything out there, unfortunately. For now, I'm just going to stick to the tried and true calorie counting... it may not be overnight success, but it's better than nothing.



ARMARTIN527
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1/15/13 1:38 P

I don't know too much about the product, but I did watch Lester Holt interview Dr. Oz last week, who basically called him out about his product endorsement - especially the green coffee bean. Dr. Oz pretty much owned up to his "selling out" and the products he endorsed in the past are bogus. He even said that he does not do product endorsements, so if his name's on something, it's bogus advertising. Maybe he's turning over a new leaf. So I would take any of his product recommendations with a grain of salt.



UNIDENT
Posts: 33,498
1/15/13 1:14 P

Dr Oz is a schill. Stop taking dietary advice from his show - he is a sellout and promotes harmful and useless supplements for pay.

The effect, if any, will be minimal, and you'd have to maintain "a balanced diet and regular exercise" anyway, so why not just do that and save your money?



JENMC14
Posts: 2,707
1/15/13 1:03 P

This subject has been covered a lot. You can do a search for a term at the top of the
message board. Most pele here don't endorse products endorsed by Dr. oz.



KRALLEN1
Posts: 257
1/15/13 12:53 P

Dr. Oz has a supplement out called Green coffee. Has anyone heard of this and does it work?



 
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