Most of us aren’t strangers to caffeine. We count on our coffee to jump start the day or pour a great big cup of green tea when the afternoon slump sets in. But what about using caffeine to rev up a workout or help you lose weight? Is it a good idea? Does it even work?
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I spend a good deal of my time working out, but I am a believer in, “Weight is lost in the kitchen, not in the gym.” So when other women ask me for weight loss advice, I’ll ask them what they are currently eating.
Usually I get an answer that sounds like it was torn from a diet book:
- Oatmeal or some other whole-grain cereal for breakfast.
- Fruit snacks throughout the day.
- A salad for lunch.
- Chicken and vegetables with a carbohydrate for dinner.
On the surface this looks like a good healthy diet. However, when I ask them how much of these items they’re eating, they often have no idea.
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