Does putting coconut oil in your coffee help you lose weight?

Does putting coconut oil in your coffee help you lose weight?

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  1. Definitely not. To lose weight you must have a caloric deficit… you can still drink coffee with coconut oil , however this is a high calories drink….. If you have a good control of your calories intake than is perfect…. you can drink it, otherwise can sabotage your weight loss objective. If you are following a Keto Diet, than eating fats and reducing carbs ..will make you lose weight….but you still need to be in a 500 calories deficit .
    The Calorie Deficit Sweet Spot
    The easiest way to ensure you eat fewer calories than you burn is, of course, to eat very little. If you have an apple for breakfast, a small salad for lunch, a piece of toast for dinner and nothing else, you can be pretty sure you’re maintaining a calorie deficit. But you’ll also be miserable with hunger and a lack of energy.
    The optimal calorie deficit is large enough to stimulate steady fat loss, but not so large that you’re always hungry and lethargic. Avoiding a calorie deficit that is too large is even more important for athletes, who need to keep their muscles well-fueled for training. The calorie deficit “sweet spot” for athletes is 300 to 500 calories per day.
    The key is to be active….. if you do not go to the gym , you should at least walk and do 10.000 steps per day.
    Do the Math
    Your ultimate goal is to figure out exactly how many calories to eat daily to lose weight without being hungry and lethargic and without sabotaging your training. To do that you need to figure out how many calories you burn each day and then subtract your target deficit of 300 to 500 calories from that number.
    There are two components to your total calories burned daily: calories burned at rest and calories burned during workouts.
    To begin, add up the total number of hours you train in a typical week and divide that number by seven to yield the average number of hours you train daily. For example, if you train seven hours per week on average, it works out to one hour per day. Next, multiply this number by your body weight in pounds and the average number of calories you burn per pound of body weight per hour of training. The average number of calories you burn per hour of training is influenced by your speed. Use this table to get the appropriate multiplier.
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  2. In what world one of the most calorie-dense foods helps lose weight?
    Probably in one with giant bipedal beavers tenderly carrying their children in their arms and high-speed spherical amphibians that rolled along the beaches of the moon’s vast and bountiful rivers and lakes…
    It’s 862 calories, goddammit…
    We should probably thank keto extremists for that.
    They started with butter in coffee (makes no sense whatsoever and has no impact on fat loss other than a negative one) and now people think everything that has fat in it will boost fat loss.
    No, coconut oil will not help you lose weight.
    If anything it will compromise it.

    Does putting coconut oil in your coffee help you lose weight?

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  3. lolololol….no. Coconut oil is just going to be extra calories that you consume. If you are in a calorie deficit while still drinking coffee with coconut oil, then it doesn’t matter what you put in your coffee. However, you think coconut oil is going to help burn a bunch of extra calories throughout the day and you don’t make sure you’re still eating less than you burn, Then you’re going to put on weight.

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  4. No. As the science comes in on this, it’s proving more long-term risk than the short term gains are worth. It’s a saturated fat, and in order to get the “miracle effects” promoted by its adherents you need to consume more than double the recommended daily amount of the saturated fat. Ask a cardio guy about saturated fats and your arteries/heart

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