August 06, 2013 12:00 AM | by Dalia Hosny
Fat Burners: YAY or NAY?
Looking for the best way to burn your fats fast? Don't want to give the fats a chance to get into your body? Fat burners are known to be one of the methods you can shed away some kilos. Due to the continuous buzz over fat burners and their effectiveness, we decided to know more about them.
Fat burners have quite a few purposes such as, boosting your energy levels, shrinking your appetite and increasing your metabolism. In order to get the maximum impact of the fat burners, you need to keep a healthy diet along with continuous exercising otherwise you'll get disappointed.
Pros of Fat Burners:
Obviously one of its main pros is burning fats. The higher metabolism you have, the more you burn calories. It motivates you to do more effort at the gym so you can burn more calories. Also some fat burners help you control your appetite and urge towards food which makes you eat less. This will eventually make you lose weight overtime.
Cons of Fat Burners:
Some fat burners actually have upsetting results, for example, leaving your body in more fatigue than before. Ephedra is a component present in fat burners which if you exceed the amount you're supposed to take it might cause nervousness, sleeping problems, dizziness kidney stones or even depression. The trouble is in the amount. Moreover, you can't guarantee that fat burners can work effectively with your body. It works for some people while others notice no change. Some people also suffer from stomach irritation and diarrhea after the consumption of fat burners.
Most of the fat burners do the results they claim to do, yet consuming little amounts of fat burners is always better. As effective as they are, lets be realistic they wont melt fats like butter in a hot frying pan. It's necessary to workout along with taking a fat burner so they can sync together to achieve the best results. You must also consult a doctor before taking a fat burner in case you're suffering from heart or kidney disease.