Coffee

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  1. Toots

    Toots Gold Member

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    Anyone know how important the giving up coffee thing is? Can it really affect weight loss that much? Could be the deal breaker as am total and utter ADDICT :eek:

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    I don't know about TF, but coffee (Black, no sugar) is allowed on LL and CD, so it's probably not a Ketosis issue.

    Maybe it's to take you away from your usual habits to help you break the bad ones?
     
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    Toots, TF think that too much caffeine interferes with the fat-burning process that takes place in the liver, which slows down the conversion of fat to energy.

    I dont touch coffee myself but am a pepsi max freak. Personally, I would just see how you go, maybe cut down one cup a day you shouldnt really notice it that much. It may not effect your weight losses at all and although you wouldnt be following the TF plan 100% it depends how much that matters to you

    If the rest of the plan agrees with you it would be a shame not to give it a go cos of the coffee. Try a week with coffee and see what the results are like. Hope things sort themselves out
     
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    Thanks

    Still on the 3 cups of caffeinated coffee.

    Am wiped out though - it's only 20 past 8 and I am falling asleep

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