A study reveals what the morning cup of coffee does to the body’s ability to burn fat

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She said: It is not clear if consuming more caffeine will enhance the benefits

A new study has found that having a cup of coffee in the morning can help stimulate the metabolism process.

And the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition published a study that proved that caffeine increases the body’s ability to burn fat during exercise.

The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Granada in Spain on 15 healthy athletes between the ages of 25 and 39 while taking an exercise test.

Before the test, take options between a placebo or 3 mg of caffeine per kilogram of body weight, in the form of a colorless, unflavored powder.

The researchers found that the participants were able to burn 11-13% of fat during exercise after consuming caffeine, compared to a placebo, according to Sputnik Arabic.

The study found this may be especially helpful in the morning, when metabolism is a little slower than in the afternoon.

It is not clear from this study whether consuming more caffeine would enhance the benefits; The average dose was about 240 mg of caffeine, which is equivalent to two eight-ounce cups of coffee.

The study also doesn’t show how caffeine might affect people who actually enjoy a cup of coffee every day. Because the volunteers did not drink coffee or other sources of caffeine regularly before the study; However, there is evidence that regular caffeine users develop tolerance over time and perceive milder effects as a result.

However; Too much caffeine can lead to dangerous side effects such as heart palpitations, difficulty breathing and anxiety.

A study reveals what a morning cup of coffee does to the body’s ability to burn fats

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A new study has found that having a cup of coffee in the morning can help stimulate the metabolism process.

And the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition published a study that proved that caffeine increases the body’s ability to burn fat during exercise.

The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Granada in Spain on 15 healthy athletes between the ages of 25 and 39 while taking an exercise test.

Before the test, take options between a placebo or 3 mg of caffeine per kilogram of body weight, in the form of a colorless, unflavored powder.

The researchers found that the participants were able to burn 11-13% of fat during exercise after consuming caffeine, compared to a placebo, according to “Sputnik Arabic”.

The study found this may be especially helpful in the morning, when metabolism is a little slower than in the afternoon.

It is not clear from this study whether consuming more caffeine would enhance the benefits; The average dose was about 240 mg of caffeine, which is equivalent to two eight-ounce cups of coffee.

The study also doesn’t show how caffeine might affect people who actually enjoy a cup of coffee every day. Because the volunteers did not drink coffee or other sources of caffeine regularly before the study; However, there is evidence that regular caffeine users develop tolerance over time and perceive milder effects as a result.

However; Too much caffeine can lead to dangerous side effects such as heart palpitations, difficulty breathing and anxiety.

April 04, 2021 – Shaaban 22, 1442

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She said: It is not clear if consuming more caffeine will enhance the benefits

A new study has found that having a cup of coffee in the morning can help stimulate the metabolism process.

And the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition published a study that proved that caffeine increases the body’s ability to burn fat during exercise.

The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Granada in Spain on 15 healthy athletes between the ages of 25 and 39 while taking an exercise test.

Before the test, take options between a placebo or 3 mg of caffeine per kilogram of body weight, in the form of a colorless, unflavored powder.

The researchers found that the participants were able to burn 11-13% of fat during exercise after consuming caffeine, compared to a placebo, according to “Sputnik Arabic”.

The study found this may be especially helpful in the morning, when metabolism is a little slower than in the afternoon.

It is not clear from this study whether consuming more caffeine would enhance the benefits; The average dose was about 240 mg of caffeine, which is equivalent to two eight-ounce cups of coffee.

The study also doesn’t show how caffeine might affect people who actually enjoy a cup of coffee every day. Because the volunteers did not drink coffee or other sources of caffeine regularly before the study; However, there is evidence that regular caffeine users develop tolerance over time and perceive milder effects as a result.

However; Too much caffeine can lead to dangerous side effects such as heart palpitations, difficulty breathing and anxiety.





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