Does this ‘Citrus Espresso’, also known as Snap Weight Loss Recipe, really work?
All the videos recorded on social media are not safe. No food can burn your body fat, that’s for sure and only exercise can burn the extra calories.
This recipe, of course, has no side effects, but it may not work.
According to the scientific perspective that is not possible, meanwhile, there is no confirmation for it. But there is another point, that is, this slimming coffee also contains L-carnitine, which is good for weight loss.
The reason for this is that this element removes more calories when you exercise. Many celebrities and athletes use this to stay in shape, but this never melts all the fat.
However, this type of calorie burning is indistinguishable. According to Dr. Mayur Ranchordas, exercise physiologist and sports nutritionist at Sheffield Hallam:
“It’s the biggest load of nonsense. From a scientific perspective, there are no foods that can burn fat, that’s not possible. These are just marketing videos to sell products. There is no evidence that if you followed through with your lifestyle and drank this drink, you lose weight.”
There are no shortcuts when it comes to losing the extra fat you may have accumulated over the past few months. Everything we see on TikTok and other social media apps is a way to trick us into thinking there is a shortcut.