Put These 3 Things in Your Coffee To Burn More Fat

Things like coffee and tea, even chocolate to some extent, energize us
because of the presence of some alkaloids and caffeine. They help in
calming the body while also energizing the nerves to pull through.

So, let’s take something you love, coffee, and tell you that it can help you get into better shape. Sounds too good to be true?


 

How does that help body weight

Caffeine is one of the many things contained in many professional
weight-loss formula. Thanks to its immunity-boosting abilities and
metabolism-inducing characters, espresso helps burn body fat far easier
and swifter than most other dietary supplements.

1. Organic coconut oil
When it comes to fat and oil — what’s healthy and what’s not — science
has greatly changed its opinion over the past few decades. Coconut oil
has garnered a lot of interest, becoming one of the most popular
superfoods recommended for raw and cooked consumption.

Yes, coconut oil is fat, but it’s a healthier version. While most other
fats contain long-chain fatty acids, coconut oil is comprised almost
entirely of medium-chain fatty acids, which metabolize differently.
Medium-chain fatty acids are sent to the liver by the digestive system
where they’re either converted to energy or ketone bodies. There are
also several studies that have observed fat loss and metabolic changes
in response to medium-chain triglycerides, which make up about 65
percent of coconut oil. Researchers have found medium-chain
triglycerides to increase metabolism, reduce appetite and calorie intake
and promote fat loss.

Therefore, adding coconut oil to your morning coffee can be very
beneficial for shedding excess weight. In one Malaysian study,
researchers found coconut oil to decrease body fat and waist
circumference without having to intentionally reduce calories. In
another Brazilian study that compared calorie-restricted diets,
researchers noted decreased abdominal fat in those who consumed coconut
oil. The bottom line is that coconut oil is a natural thermogenic,
meaning it increases your basal metabolic rate and energy. The result? A
more efficient, fat-burning cup of coffee.

2. Raw honey
Like processed sugar, honey is sweet. But unlike processed sugar, it’s a
natural sweetener rich in vitamin B6, folate, vitamin C, niacin and
riboflavin. It also contains numerous minerals including iron, calcium,
sodium, zinc, potassium and phosphorus. Eating honey may also help
increase the levels of “good” cholesterol in the body and reduce
cardiovascular strain, according to research published in The Scientific
World Journal. And when compared to dextrose and sucrose, honey also
lowers blood-sugar elevation in diabetics.

So, what happens when you add honey to your coffee? Normally, fat
remains as an unused resource in the body, adding bulk and weight. But
it’s thought that honey can activate this stored fat to provide energy
for your daily activities. That means you can lead a more active,
healthy life, which will further promote weight loss. For best results,
use raw honey.

3. Cinnamon
Cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties
that help fight infections and inflammation in the body. It also lowers
blood sugar levels in the body to help keep you feeling full longer,
which aids weight reduction.

Cinnamon boosts metabolism and helps prevent the accumulation of fat in
the body by supporting the conversion of sugar into energy. There are
two types of cinnamon — ceylon and cassia. But which one is best? While
both types come from the inner bark of the cinnamomum tree, cassia is
typically darker and has a much more pungent flavor. Ceylon, on the
other hand, is considered to be finer and more delicate because of its
sweeter taste. Although the two are similar, they have some very
distinct differences that could impact your health.

Cassia cinnamon is one of the largest sources of coumarin, which is
known to be toxin and can affect the liver. It is also a potential
carcinogenic. Ceylon cinnamon either does not contain coumarin or it
contains such trace amounts that it is undetectable. So, the best choice
is always ceylon cinnamon.

Recipe for success
Here’s how to incorporate these three natural ingredients into your
morning coffee to boost your metabolism. Just remember to keep it black:

Ingredients

  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 3/4 cup of coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup of raw honey

Instructions
1. Mix all ingredients together well until smooth. Store it in a covered container.

2. Each morning when you pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee, stir 1 to 2
teaspoons of the prepared mixture into your black coffee while it’s
still hot. Enjoy!

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