Diets Prevention

Why Coffee Affects Metabolism

Researchers have discovered that the amount of caffeine in one standard cup of coffee triggers activation of brown adipose tissue and greater energy burn.

Researchers found the caffeine in one standard cup of coffee stimulated brown fat activity, burning more energy and potentially improving insulin sensitivity. These activities may help improve weight management.

Daily coffee drinkers also enjoy greater metabolism of fatty acids and a downregulation of the endocannabinoid system, which regulates cognition, immunity, sleep and appetite, having the opposite effect in the body than the ingestion of cannabis.

Your body has white fat and brown fat cells; the white cells may be programmed to brown cells when the programming is not naturally suppressed by a special protein. Conversion of white to brown fat is known as “beige” or “brite” fat. Read more…

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