Fat Burners

Fat Burners

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FAT BURNERS supplements that increase fat metabolism.

FAT burners are a fitness supplement designed to increase metabolism, increase energy, and reduce appetite and by doing so increase the number of calories you burn. This over time can translate into weight loss.

 This guide is to help you know the facts about fat BURNERS, what to look for and what to avoid, and how to make them work for you.

FAT burners can help support fat loss by enhancing metabolism, maintaining healthy appetite, and minimizing cravings. They can also optimize workout potential by increasing energy and focus.*

Fact is, FAT burners  work, but they aren’t as magical as some might make them out to be. They’ll definitely help you lose fat and look great,especially if you a little chubby but it requires more effort than just swallowing a pill.

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How fat burners can help you lose those extra pounds.

Fat Burners can signal certain hormones like epinephrine to break down fats and make them ready for the body to use as a fuel source.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the most common ingredients in fat burners that have been backed up by research to aid in fat loss.

Short for Conjugated Linoleic Acid, CLA is actually a polyunsaturated fat commonly found in meat sources, especially grass fed cows. CLA is one of the most studied substances in the world and many researchers have found it to have fat loss properties.

 Green tea   has long been known for its fat burning qualities, especially when paired with exercise.

It also is an excellent source of cancer-fighting antioxidants, making green tea an amazing health food.Recent research has found that black pepper may reduce the development of new fat cells, helping individuals stay lean.

An amino acid, L-Carnitine Tartrate has been found to help the body use fat as a source of energy as well as possibly increasing exercise performance.

Green coffee bean extract is one of the most popular weight loss supplements and for good reason. It has some promising research behind it plus, like green tea,  it’s a source of antioxidants. Chlorogenic acid is the substance found in green coffee bean that gives its weight loss effects, so be sure the coffee extract is 50% Chlorogenic acid.

Thermodiamine comes from an exotic fruit found in China and may increase the body’s thermal temperature to help burn more calories. It also acts as an appetite suppressant.

This weight loss supplement, found in a tropical fruit, has become increasingly popular in the past year. Don’t get too excited though. Most studies have only found it has a moderate effect on weight loss.

Caffeine acts as a stimulant and increases epinephrine and norepinephrine in the body.

These “flight or fight” hormones also signal the breakdown of fatty acids and release into the bloodstream, making them available as fuel sources. Caffeine also acts as a mild appetite suppressant.

The term ‘FAT BURNERS‘ is used to describe nutrition supplements that are claimed to acutely increase fat metabolism or energy expenditure, impair fat absorption, increase weight loss, increase fat oxidation during exercise, or somehow cause long-term adaptations that promote fat metabolism.

Often, these supplements contain a number of ingredients, each with its own proposed mechanism of action and it is often claimed that the combination of these substances will have additive effects.

The list of supplements that are claimed to increase or improve fat metabolism is long.

The most popular supplements include caffeine, carnitine, green tea, conjugated linoleic acid, forskolin, chromium, kelp and fucoxanthin. In this review the evidence for some of these supplements is briefly summarized.

Based on the available literature, caffeine and green tea have data to back up its fat metabolism-enhancing properties. For many other supplements, although some show some promise, evidence is lacking. The list of supplements is industry-driven and is likely to grow at a rate that is not matched by a similar increase in scientific underpinning.