You're probably aware that green tea has antioxidants, but did you know that green coffee does, too? Unroasted coffee beans that are still green contain antioxidants and chlorogenic acid that's been linked to weight loss. To try these benefits for yourself, steep your own green coffee extract or take a powdered green coffee supplement. Remember to talk with your doctor before adding green coffee to your diet, especially if you're on medication.
Purchase green coffee beans. Look for high-quality beans that are wet-processed. This means they weren't dried with the fruit left on which can lead to mold growth. If you can, buy beans that were machine-hulled which removes the husks.[1]
You can purchase green coffee beans online or ask your local coffee roaster to put aside some unroasted beans for you to purchase.
Rinse 1 cup of green coffee beans and put them in a pot. Put 1 cup (170 g) of green coffee beans into a fine mesh strainer and place it under the sink. Rinse the beans briefly and then transfer them to a pot on the stove.[2]
Avoid rubbing the beans vigorously because they'll lose the papery chaff that contains antioxidants.
Add 3 cups (710 ml) of water and bring the water to a boil. Pour in filtered or spring water and put the lid on the pot. Turn the burner to high and heat the beans until the water begins to boil.[3]
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