Will you end up gaining weight if for the last week all you've had is a lot of coffee because it kills your appetite and one small meal a day and you look skinnier?
You will not gain weight by doing this but... you will not lose weight quickly either. Your body will respond to this starvation by holding on to all the fat you have to survive. Also when you start eating right again your body will store it and be reluctant to let it go.
Yes and no. It's a much-loved and widely believed story that coffee is an appetite suppressant, and some people believe it helps them to lose weight. The truth is more nuanced: yes, drinking a cup of coffee can temporarily cause a loss of appetite by filling up your stomach, but the word to remember is "temporarily"-- it doesn't last very long, and drinking too much coffee can make a person anxious and jittery, due to…
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Caffeine in coffee is an appetite suppressant, like many stimulants. Caffeine is found in a lot of diet pills. However, the effect doesn't last very long, and more recent research suggests that the longer-term effects may in fact increase your appetite by increasing cortisol levels. So the Mayo Clinic discourages use of caffeine as a diet aid.
No, you don't have to. But you will have to buy ground coffee, which is not as fresh tasting as home-ground coffee. :) Right, home-ground coffee may be more tasteful than saleing ground coffee. Because Ground coffee deteriorates faster than roasted beans because of the greater surface area exposed to oxygen. If you are a coffee lover, you HAVE TO get a coffee grinder. In general you will notice the difference fast!