Boosting Metabolism For Weight Loss Secrets

January 7th, 2017 by
Boosting Metabolism for weight loss
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Can you really boost your metabolism to lose weight?

First, let’s have a basic understanding of what the metabolism is. It’s not a part of your body. The term refers to all the chemical processes in the body. These processes require calories. The faster the metabolic process, the more calories your body needs and burns. If we can speed up the process, we burn more calories faster.

According to, Dr. Atli Arnarson, it is possible to boost your metabolism.

He explains how in this article:

How to Get a Fast Metabolism

Your metabolism is the chemical engine that keeps you alive.

The speed at which it runs varies by individual. Those with a slow metabolism tend to have more leftover fuel (calories), which gets stored as fat.

On the other hand, those with a fast metabolism burn more calories and are less likely to accumulate a lot of fat.

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What if we follow the steps to boost our metabolism and combine that with counting calories? Some people debate on whether calorie counting really works or not. Simply put, it does.

You just need to approach it the right way and understand that not all calories are equal.

In the following post, Alina Petre breaks down how to make calorie counting effective:

Does Calorie Counting Work? A Critical Look

If you are confused about whether calorie counting is effective or not, then you are definitely not alone.

Some insist that counting calories is useful because they believe losing weight boils down to the concept of calories in vs calories out.

Others believe that calorie counting is outdated, doesn’t work and often leaves people heavier than when they started. Both sides claim their ideas are supported by science, which only makes matters more confusing.

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It’s clear you need a calorie deficit to lose weight. When we combine calorie counting, a faster metabolism, and some good ol’ exercise, you are rockin’ your way to a slimmer healthier you. The final boost to all this is making sure you eat the right food.

Don’t worry, this is easy too.

In this article, Elise Minton put together a great guide on the best foods for weight loss:

Best and Worst Foods for Weight Loss

The best foods for weight loss

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Fat is needed to sustain bodily functions, but what you eat dictates how fat cells swell. Want to lose weight? Here’s what you need to do.

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Remember, the most important part of all this is consistency. If you are serious about seeing results you must stick to it. You are making a change in your lifestyle. This isn’t about petty weight loss goals. Work for a healthier you!

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