How To Boost Your Metabolism

How To Boost Your Metabolism

I wanted to share with you today some ways in which you can increase your metabolic rate. Essentially, your metabolism is the rate your body uses’ steam.’ If you have a higher metabolism or’ metabolic rate’ than, for example,’ Billy Bob,’ that means your body is using more energy than Billy Bob’s to sustain itself.

One of the main factors that can decide how effective the weight loss journey is is having a super-duper rapid metabolism. We want you to build a body that is’ high maintenance’-that is, a body that burns every single day through a lot of energy. How do we get this done? I’m going to show you the way to boost your metabolism

There are several factors that will lead to a fast metabolism. I illustrated them in detail underneath…

Eat Often

Eating something every 2–3 hours of your waking day is necessary. Our whole digestive system has been designed to perform daily digestion of smaller portions.

Most of us have 2-3 times each day these days when we cram food down our throats and pack as much in as we can. You know this is true, mon. We feel’ stuffed’ when we do this, lethargic and it bogs down our digestive system, which slows down digestion and can also cause indigestion and reflux. Not a good mark. When we work’ with’ our body you’ll be healthier, happier and slimmer instead of against it. Eat about anything every 2-3 hours!:)

Eat Breakfast

You’re eating breakfast? How often would you say you eat breakfast a week? It’s important to eat breakfast.

You’ve just slept, the digestive system has been for 8, 10 or even 12 hours without any food to process! At this stage, you need some food, even if you’re not feeling like it. “But Daniel-I can’t eat coffee, I’m getting sick.” That’s an example of what I like to call an’ EXCUSE.’ Nonetheless, I understand that it can be difficult to get into the routine for many of you who don’t eat breakfast. Here’s a tip… eat something for you, no matter how small it may be. It might be a square of a salada biscuit, or a smalll celery stick, I don’t care too much about what you’ve got, but have something. This will often help to launch your metabolism for the day, but not too much to make you sick. If you don’t have coffee, until hours later, your metabolism will not be in full swing. Doing something just to get it going, is, therefore, a great idea. Once you’ve done this a couple of times, you’ll begin to notice that in the morning you start and feel hungry and then my friends, you’ve just formed a new habit:)

Regular Exercise & Workouts

I’m sure this isn’t news for you, but for weight loss, exercise is important. Nutrition sets the scene for successful weight loss, and it profits from exercise.

I’ve come to look at it this way. You’re going to want to train at least 4-5 days a week, but preferably 6-7 days a week. It should be about 20-60 minutes per day each time you work out, though this depends on the type of exercise you are doing and the strength. There is no clear evidence to suggest that your exercise routine allows you to have days of rest. For starters, this is a little different for an Olympic athlete, but “Days Off” is not appropriate for most people for all our goals and purposes and with the emphasis on burning body fat.

Keep Active

Hmm, the steep and exhausting stairs, or the simple and peaceful elevator? Let’s just try again

Elevator for lazy people, or stairs for active people? I am referring to attitude. Think of yourself as an active person, and seek ways to keep your daily life active. Don’t go for just the easiest option. And please don’t sit in your car and stalk people in the shopping centre walking to their cars, just so you can get a park right next to the entrance!! Take the opportunity to park further away and walk with thanks for it to the entrance, your waistline and your wellbeing:)

Eat Before Bed Time

Eating something light at bedtime can be a perfect BOOSTER

This will help keep your digestive system ticking away while you’re sleeping and you’re likely to find that you’re really hungry when you wake up-great for those who struggle to eat breakfasts. PS: As you sleep, the digestive system doesn’t stop, it slows down but still it doesn’t quit.

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