How To Rev Up Your Metabolism:

Mar 10, 2019 | Summer

Your metabolism rate determines how fast you burn calories, and that can influence how fast you lose weight – and how easily you can gain it.
After age 25, metabolism naturally slows by 5% every decade. So if you eat as much in your 40s as you did in your 20s, you're going to add extra pounds – especially if you exercise less and lose muscle.
Avoid starvation levels!
Calorie cutting is important if you need to lose weight, but reducing your intake to starvation levels also puts your body in conservation mode, slowing down metabolism. So rather than speeding up weight loss, starvation ultimately slows it. And that's why it's so easy to regain lost weight when you start eating normally: Your metabolism tends to stay slow.
Water !
Dehydration can lead to a 2% drop in the number of calories burned, so drink at least eight glasses of water throughout each day, and even more when you sweat a lot.
Alcohol !
Watch the alcohol. Besides adding empty calories to your diet, processing alcohol diverts the liver from burning fat.
Calcium !
Also consider milk and other dairy choices for their calcium, a mineral involved in fat metabolism. Dairy also delivers whey and casein – proteins that help build and preserve muscle. Remember that the more muscle you have, the more calories it takes to maintain it.
Get enough sleep !
Finally, keep the hormones that regulate hunger and fullness on an even keel by getting enough sleep – at least seven hours a night. Otherwise, you might find yourself craving sugary, fatty and starchy foods. Plus if you're sleep-deprived on a regular basis, your body may not burn calories efficiently.
Strength training!
Strength training can help regulate your blood flow and heart rate, speed up your metabolism ,clear up brain fog, and boost your mood.After consistently maintaining a regular strength training program the body increases its lean muscle mass and increases your daily metabolic rate. Overall strength training can be beneficial and increase your metabolism.
Stress causes your level of the hormone cortisol to risewhich can harm your metabolism. Increased cortisol levels can cause you to overeat, and when you overeat, you can gain weight. Weight gain causes your metabolism to slow. To counteract stress, avoid people and situations that cause your stress level to spike whenever possible and adopt a stress busting exercise routine that will also help you maintain your weight.

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