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5 of the Most Effective Tricks for Improving Metabolism

You may already know that metabolism is the chemical processes that happen within living organisms to sustain their life. SO, why exactly do we need better metabolism? Because better metabolism means faster and healthier weight loss. The tricks you will find here are the result of “interrogating” people with high metabolism to find out their secrets!

1- Since metabolism is the process in which calories are burnt to provide your body with the energy it needs for daily activities, you need then to know the exact number of calories your body needs daily. This way you can look for a healthy diet that allows you to lose weight without feeling drained or regaining the lost weight when you stop the diet.

2- Decide on a daily number of calories that suit your movement. Ok, so how much do you move around daily? Do you exercise often? What is your daily calorie burn rate? All of these are important questions, and their answers are also an element you should consider when choosing a diet to follow.

3- Routinze your workout. Why do you need to make a routine of working out as if it was brushing your teeth or showering daily? Because it is just as important. Workout increases the speed of your metabolism and guarantees that even on days when something happens that prevents you from working out, you will still burn the same number of calories.

4- Lifting weights should be an essential part of your exercise. Muscles burn up to 10 times the amount of calories fat can burn. So to really speed up your metabolism, exercising your muscles is a must.

5- Contrary to common belief, having a 150 calorie snack before sleep improves your metabolism. Remember that it is merely a 150 calories. So concentrate on low calorie snacks, like skimmed milk, yogurt, cottage cheese. Also remember that this is right ONLY if you are exercising regularly (which you mostly are doing since you are reading this article).

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