A Coffee Diet?

Mind you, We are not Advocating this Diet, but, we found this very interesting and thought that you would too.

The coffee diet incorporates coffee throughout the day to burn calories with each cup of coffee and it is purported to increase metabolic rate. As each person is different, there are possible risks to the health, especially when one adds coffee as a diet and then continues to drink their normal consumption.   However, keep in mind the health benefits based upon the natural constituents of coffee. The key to any diet is to balance the benefits and the negative aspects to lose weight in order to be successful.  You must know all of the potential effects of the diet and when in doubt, Ask Your Doctor.

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Weight Loss

The coffee diet causes weight loss because the caffeine in the coffee increases metabolic rates. Every cup of coffee added to the day results in more calories burned. According to the Mayo Clinic, coffee can act as an appetite suppressant as well, lowering caloric intake by reducing the urge to snack.

Health Benefits

The coffee diet suggests drinking coffee will help speed up weight loss. However, coffee in moderation has some health benefits over extreme amounts of coffee, which is not good for the body. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, coffee in moderation can help minimize the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Risks of Coffee

Coffee in moderation has some health benefits, but too much coffee results in health risks rather than benefits. According to the Mayo Clinic, 2 to 4 regular cups of coffee are generally safe and come with the health benefits, but more coffee than that can cause someone who’s sensitive to caffeine to experience increased heart rate, headaches, tremors, nervousness, anxiety and other symptoms. People with heart problems should not use the coffee diet to lose weight, as an increased heart rate can lead to heart attack in some individuals.

Dehydration and Water Loss

Coffee is shown to increase to remove water from the body, thus increasing the need to urinate. The coffee diet can result in water loss and dehydration if the dieter does not drink enough water to compensate for the water loss. Water loss can lead to temporary weight loss, but it only lasts for a short time. When on the coffee diet, an added glass of water with every cup of coffee will reduce the risk of dehydration.


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