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    Does coffee speed up your metabolism?
    elham71 posted:
    Is it true that coffee cup helps in metabolism and how much is the amount that must be addressed in the specific note that the increase in coffee drinking leads to damages?
    This is what I read in this site Fargo give me more information if you have an idea Does Coffee Speed Up Your Metabolism & What Are Its Long-Term Effects?
    brunosbud responded:
    Caffeine is a drug and like all drugs, you'll eventually build an immunity over prolonged exposure. In addition, just 1 out of 3 drink coffee, black. Once you've added cream and sugar, you've wiped out any "metabolic" benefits that coffee may provide in terms of weight loss. I add cream and sugar to my coffee but I know how stupid that is...

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