Efficacy of popular herbal supplements on fat metabolism and energy expenditure during exercise

Ahmad Alkhatib

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Neither exercise alone nor diets alone are able to provide optimal weight loss and health outcomes mainly due to poor long-term compliance. Increasing energy expenditure is considered an essential factor for weight loss, reducing energy intake or absorption, and increase the exercise related effectiveness for weight loss and potentially several metabolic health outcomes, particularly when energy is expended from fat fuel energy sources. It is, therefore, unsurprising that popularity of several commercially available slimming aids, especially herbal plant supplements have been marketed for their efficacy, especially to increase EE and weight reduction. Consumption of these supplements has been reported in both obese and non-obese individuals who desire to lose weight, reduce or control body fat. Popular herbal plant supplements that have been reported in the scientific literature include caffeine and capsaicin supplements, Ayurvedic preparations and herbal tea consumption, resulting in various degrees of thermogenic effectiveness, especially in increasing resting energy expenditure and resting metabolic rate. With the exception of caffeine, limited research has investigated the exercise dependent EE and fat utilization during exercise, induced by these thermogenic supplements. During exercise fat metabolism increases several folds, and the least is known about the efficacy of herbal thermogenic aids at different exercise conditions. Recent research has shown promising effects of popular herbal teas such as Green tea, which contains several active polyphenolic catchins and Yerba Mate which is rich in caffeoyl derivatives, and both play an interesting role in elevating fatty acid oxidation and increasing energy expenditure at rest and during exercise.
Original languageEnglish
Pages23
Number of pages1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2015
Event248th OMICS International conference on Sports medicine adn Fitness - Chicago, United States
Duration: 23 Mar 201525 Mar 2015

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Conference248th OMICS International conference on Sports medicine adn Fitness
CountryUnited States
CityChicago
Period23/03/1525/03/15

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Energy Metabolism
Weight Loss
Fats
Caffeine
Ilex paraguariensis
Literature
Basal Metabolism
Capsaicin
Health
Tea
Energy Intake
Research
Compliance
Adipose Tissue
Fatty Acids
Diet
Weights and Measures
Herbal Teas

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Alkhatib, A. (2015). Efficacy of popular herbal supplements on fat metabolism and energy expenditure during exercise. 23. Abstract from 248th OMICS International conference on Sports medicine adn Fitness, Chicago, United States. https://doi.org/10.4172/2161-0673.S1.001
Alkhatib, Ahmad. / Efficacy of popular herbal supplements on fat metabolism and energy expenditure during exercise. Abstract from 248th OMICS International conference on Sports medicine adn Fitness, Chicago, United States.1 p.
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Alkhatib, A 2015, 'Efficacy of popular herbal supplements on fat metabolism and energy expenditure during exercise', 248th OMICS International conference on Sports medicine adn Fitness, Chicago, United States, 23/03/15 - 25/03/15 pp. 23. https://doi.org/10.4172/2161-0673.S1.001

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2015. 23 Abstract from 248th OMICS International conference on Sports medicine adn Fitness, Chicago, United States.

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