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Question: I have a question about fat burners. I do cardio workouts 5-6 days a week and am still not seeing the weight loss I would like. I have been looking at some of the fat burners on the market but am wondering if this is a good practice to start. My concern is "Will my metabolism become dependent on these products and cease to work without them once I start"?
Answer: I think what you meant to ask is, "Will my metabolism be lowered upon discontinuing use of the fat burners?" Your metabolism definitely will not cease to work. If that happened, you would cease to exist. This is a very good question if you meant the former, which I'm sure you did. It's also one that I don't have an answer to. I don't think any research has been done that proves one way or another the effects of using metabolism boosters after cessation of use.
However, the best practice with all supplements that have a stimulatory effect is to use them on a cycling basis. This way, your body will never become dependent on them. You will also ensure that you never adapt to them and your body quits responding to them. If you use a fat burner for 6 weeks, then don't take one for the next 4-6 weeks.
I think what happens in my case is that I get used to my metabolism while using the fat burners. When my metabolism goes back to it's normal rate, I do put on a little extra fat. I don't think my metabolism has slown down to any degree after I cease using a fat burner. However, it does seem much slower than while on the stimulatory product. A way to combat this is to eat a little less carbohydrates when coming off the fat burner.
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