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A study published this week in the journal Scientific Reports shows that drinking coffee can help people cope with obesity and diabetes. This is because coffee can stimulate the "brown fat" that helps generate body heat by burning calories. (Brown oil is one of the two types of fat found in humans, the other is white fat that helps to conserve excess calories.) "Brown oil works differently from other body fat and produces heat by burning sugar. and fat, often in response to cold. Increasing its activity improves blood glucose control as well as improves lipid levels in the blood, and extra calories burn weight loss help, "says Michael Simmonds, a professor at the University of Nottingham's Medical School. declaration. "But until now no one has found an acceptable way to stimulate his activity in humans."
Symonds notes that this is "the first study among people to show that something like a cup of coffee can have a direct effect on our brown fat works." The potential consequences of our results are quite large as obesity is a major concern for society's health, and we also have an increasing epidemic of diabetes and brown fats could potentially be part of the solution to dealing with them. "
is not the only thing that can stimulate brown fat production: Exercise and Deep Sleep can also, as Dr. David Agus, Professor of Medicine and Engineering at the University of Southern California, Keck Faculty of Medicine and Witherbear Engineering School explained when discussing the Good Morning America study. It is obviously not a panacea for our obesity problems Most Americans say they are already drinking coffee and more than one third are considered obese Symonds tells MarketWatch that "everything is related to the overall energy balance," so people who eat too much or are inactive, for example, will "counteract any stimulate is coffee brown fat [from]. "
To determine that coffee stimulates brown fat, researchers used thermal imaging to look brown fat in the body. They think that caffeine in coffee may be the cause of the stimulation of brown fats. Symonds tells MarketWatch that he believes that coffee stimulates brown oil by stimulating our nervous system.
This is not the only study that suggests that coffee can be beneficial to your health. A 205 study published in Circulation magazine found that coffee drinking was associated with an 8% -1