Take thermogenic can be harmful to health if consumed in excess, harming heart, liver and kidneys, in addition to increasing the risk of strokes, causing mood swings, among other complications.
The use of high doses of thermogenic may cause:
- Tachycardia (fast heartbeat);
- High blood pressure (high blood pressure);
- Stroke (stroke);
- Mood swings;
- Shortness of breath;
- Renal insufficiency;
- Liver problems;
- Pulmonary complications;
- Cardiac insufficiency.
Thermogenics are used to boost metabolism and accelerate weight loss, increasing body temperature. In Brazil, thermogenics marketed legally are based on caffeine, with high doses of this stimulant.
THE amphetamine and the febrina They are also stimulants used in thermogenics, but prohibited, are much more aggressive to the body.
Taking thermogenic diet?
Take thermogenic do not lose weight. A major problem with these products is the promise that they lose weight and burn localized fat.
Thus, the person consumes high doses of thermogenic to potentiate the effect and that's where the danger to health.
It is known that caffeine, for example, improves performance during physical exercise, but it will not make a person lose weight or lose localized fat.
There is no easy, effortless weight loss. It's needed control the power supply and associate physical activity to diet, whenever possible.
What are thermogenic foods?
Thermogenic foods make the body burn more calories while being digested, raising the internal temperature of the body, which can increase metabolism and promote loss of body fat.
The principle is the same as for thermogenic products, but without the high doses of the substances used in supplements, that can health.
Some examples of thermogenic foods and yours thermogenic substances:
- Coconut oil (lauric acid and monolauril);
- Red pepper (capsaicin);
- Ginger (gingerol);
- Green tea (catechins);
- Cinnamon (cinnamic aldehyde);
- Garlic (allicin).
These foods may potentiate weight loss, provided that they are consumed in correct doses and are part of a Balanced diet, with low calories, preferably associated with physical exercises.
For more information on the use of thermogenics, see endocrinologist. For a food plan that fits your needs, see a nutritionist.