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High Dose Caffeine Restores Insulin Sensitivity and Limits Total as Well as Visceral Fat Gain Due to High Sugar Diets

  A decade ago, the medical community though coffee would dehydrate you, would make you insulin resistant and would increase your risk of heart disease. Recent studies show that coffee does not negatively affect your hydration status (Killer. 2014), that higher coffee consumption is associated with reduced diabetes risk and increasing your coffee consumption can …
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Fat-Blocker Effect of Tea Catechins Confirmed (?) in Man – Sign. Abdominal Fat Loss (5-8%) in 12 Weeks W/Out Diet

  From Suppversity   It is one thing to have in-vitro and rodent data that green tea can inhibit the digestion of dietary fat (reported previously in the SuppVersity Facebook News); it is another thing, however, to have a human study like the one Makoto Kobayashi and colleagues are about to publish in the peer-reviewed …