Coffee is a really interesting drink, loved by many people – and despite its some danger to people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, it still has some useful properties. In particular, today experts from the University of Nottingham released a report on their recent study on the analysis of how coffee can affect weight loss – they noticed that the consumption of this drink in no small measure stimulates the activity of the so-called brown fat, which is one of two types of fat in the human body – whose function is to burn calories.
He does this in order to produce heat for the body – thus, the more active the cells of brown fat, the more calories the body burns and the more heat it receives. Such an interesting effect on coffee consumption was noticed some time after the corresponding experiment, in which several volunteers took part, all without uniform diseases of a critical nature.
It turned out that drinking coffee actually activates cinnamon fat, which in turn continues to burn calories vigorously – however, experts note the fact that they are not yet sure whether it is caffeine. Since coffee possesses inside itself some other substances, the current focus of researchers also shifts to them – and therefore they want to conduct some additional tests and experiments in order to finally confirm or refute their conjecture regarding coffee.
Because if they succeed in actually proving the involvement of caffeine in the revitalization of brown fat cells – and as a result in the loss of a systematic look – then most likely in the future we will be able to see a wider variety of coffee drinks. Nevertheless, it is worth while waiting for additional tests to be sure that coffee as such can be useful in effective weight loss.