Fat burners are often touted as the “quick” way to get the body you want without much effort. But what many don't realize is that these supplements can also cause you to urinate more often. This is because when your body breaks down fat cells for energy, one of the by-products of this process is the water that is extracted from the body when you urinate or sweat. The combination of ingredients in fat burners can also lead to a loss of calcium.
To compensate for this, some people take additional calcium compounds, but these manufactured replacements can overload the intestines and interfere with the natural absorption of zinc and iron, which affects oxygen transport and the proper breakdown of carbohydrates. This can make your workouts more difficult, so it's best to avoid taking fat burners if you're training hard. Men tend to experience faster fat loss early on, while women have more fat mass and are likely to burn body fat for longer, leading to increased urination in the long term. Additionally, green tea has been shown to increase fat oxidation, which can limit your ability to use stored fat to boost your workouts.
Supplementing with certain fat burners can be an effective way to eliminate fat and lose body weight. However, it's important to be aware of the potential side effects that come with taking these supplements.