Life Extension Launches CoffeeGenic Green Coffee Extract

February 21, 2012

The product contains a proportion of chlorogenic acid that inhibits the enzyme glucose-6-phosphatase-slowing the release and creation of excess glucose in the body.

Supplements brand Life Extension has introduced CoffeeGenic, a green coffee extract that the company says provides a proportion of chlorogenic acid that inhibits the enzyme glucose-6-phosphatase-slowing the release and creation of excess glucose in the body. The product can also support optimal fasting and postprandial glucose levels already within the normal range.

The company says that green coffee bean extract is found in unroasted coffee beans. Once purified and standardized, green coffee bean extract produces high levels of chlorogenic acid and other beneficial polyphenols that can suppress excess blood glucose levels. CoffeeGenic’s capsules are vegetarian and are produced using a patented extraction process that delivers a high proportion of chlorogenic acid for maximum potency.