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Great News for Caffeine Lovers (goodbye fat)

It’s funny to me, that for years, caffeine was demonized by the health industry.

Yes, most people drink caffeine in some form, but there’s always been this underlying antagonism against caffeine.

Mainly, people figure that since it’s technically a drug, it must be bad for us.

While an argument against overconsumption of caffeine can certainly be made, the truth is more and more evidence shows that consuming caffeine is actually a boon to health.

Take a recent animal study as a growing body of proof that caffeine can positively affect your health.

How Caffeine Consumption Helped Prevent Weight Gain and Improved Fat Loss

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign wanted to test how caffeine intake influenced body fat composition.

So they gave rats a “normal American diet” filled with tons of fat and tons of sugar for 28 days and then split them into 2 groups.

One group of rats received a caffeine extract from mate tea and the other got an extract from decaf mate tea. The amount of caffeine they received would have been equivalent to 4 cups of coffee a day for a human.

Over the course of the study the researchers observed that the rats who consumed caffeine extract “gained 16% less weight and 22% less body fat than those that consumed decaffeinated mate”.

They then repeated the study with synthetic caffeine as well as caffeine extracted from coffee and discovered similar results.

So what was it about the caffeine that helped the rats resist adding weight and body fat?

When the scientists studied the rat’s cells they discovered that caffeine influenced how certain genes expressed themselves.

When caffeine was present it “downregulated genes that code for fatty acid synthase (FASN), an enzyme that helps produce long-chain fatty acids, and lipoprotein lipase (LPL), an enzyme with a key role in breaking down triglycerides”.

Regardless of the type of caffeine, the downregulation of these gene types was consistent and resulted in lipid buildup in fat cells to decrease anywhere from 20–41%.

Basically that means caffeine caused the rats bodies to resist holding onto fat, regardless of what they are eating and how much they exercise.

This is yet another reason you may want to consider adding more caffeine into your diet.

Drink More Coffee - But Not the Bad Kind

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Talk soon,
caffeine, coffee, Fat loss