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Title: Caffeine - Effect On Weight Loss And Exercise

Effect On Weight Loss And Exercise
Caffeine Effects
  • Boosting Your Metabolism
  • Giving You An Energy Boost
  • Increasing fat oxidation
  • Increasing energy expenditure
  • Enhancing exercise performance

  • Caffeine - commonly consumed as psychoactive
    substance in the world.
  • Fat-burning supplements 
  • One of the few substances known to help mobilize
    fats from your fat tissues and increase
  • Caffeine works by blocking an inhibitory
    neurotransmitter called adenosine

Can Caffeine Help You Lose Weight?
  • By Boosting Your Metabolism
  • Ingesting caffeine jumpstarts the process of
  • By Giving You An Energy Boost
  • It increases alertness and wards off drowsiness

Coffee - Mobilize Fat From Fat Tissue
Stimulates the nervous system
Increase in the levels of hormone epinephrine/
Leads to break down of fats and release into blood
Caffeine may stimulate thermogenesis
Enhances Fat Oxidation
leads to a rise in the levels of the hormone
norepinephrine and the messenger molecule cyclic
adenosine monophosphate (cAMP)
Coffee - Increase Your Metabolic Rate
caffeine increased fat burning
Caffeine can increase RMR by 311, with larger
doses having a greater effect
Caffeine and weight gain
Consuming caffeine throughout the day - weight
gain, because caffeine affects cravings for food
Caffeine raises the stress hormone cortisol,
which tells your body to increase its energy
Caffeine also contributes to insulin resistance,
when glucose and insulin build up in the blood. 
How Caffeine Affects Your Workout ?   
  • Caffeine functions as a stimulant.

Heart rate
Blood flow
Studies using colas, energy drinks, or a sports
drink with caffeine added, all show a positive
effect on exercise performance. The most
interesting thing is that some of these have
provided quite low amounts of caffeine, as low as
1.5-2 mg/kg and there is still an effect.
Caffeine can increase endurance, and make your
workouts feel easier.
Caffeine can increase endurance up to 30 as
well as improve your speed by 2-5 .
With caffeine, your bodys muscle consumption of
glycogen (stored energy during exercise)
decreases, which forces you to use fat reserves
as energy and results in delayed muscle fatigue
Timing matters before a long workout is best.
Coffee and enhance performance when consumed
15-30 min before exercise. It may improve
exercise performance by 1112, on average 
By blocking adenosine, caffeine increases the
firing of neurons and release of
neurotransmitters like dopamine and
norepinephrine. This, in turn, makes you feel
more energized and awake
Supports Peak Physical Performance
  • Caffeine could act as an ergogenic aid a
    compound that improves physical performance.
  • Increase exercise enjoyment, decrease perceived
    exertion and fatigue, and also make you feel more
    focused and energetic

Slow metabolizers Fast metabolizers
300 mg/day of caffeine Increased risk of heart attack by 36 Decrease heart attack risk by 22
100 mg/day caffeine for pregnant women Increased risk of recurrent pregnancy loss or reduced fertility No increased risk of recurrent pregnancy loss or miscarriages
Weight loss and exercise Increased appetite and may result in weight gain boost your metabolism, increasing fat burning
blood pressure Increased risk of high blood pressure (hypertension) fast metabolizers actually had lower blood pressure after drinking coffee
digestive disorders can trigger diarrhea, gas, and heartburn Less chances for digestive disorders
cortisol spikes adrenal fatigue and other hormone problems Less fatigue and increased endurance
blood sugar insulin balance. Heart rate (36),Type 2 Diabetes , Anxiety decreased diabetes risk
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