Foods To Increase Metabolism

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  1. April 21, 2011

    browneye


    what kind of foods increase metabolism?
    I am hypothyroid and i would like to know what kind of foods, vitamins, drinks, that would increase my metabolism. thanks

  2. April 28, 2011

    essentiallysolo


    there are no foods that increase metabolism, that is a myth.
    you can increase metabolism thru exercise, and then the metabolism is only increased while you exercise. And yes sleep deprivation will make you very tired.

  3. April 29, 2011

    papamoto22


    I just read that research has confirmed that it does, if only slightly.

    If I recall, its possibly better diet effect that it has is that it seems to reduce your appetite.

  4. April 29, 2011

    girl_fired_up


    What type of foods increase your metabolism?
    I have been feeling very lethargic lately. Thyroid is good and I eat healthy (vegetables, fruit, little meat, etc) but I have noticed my energy levels are low. How do I increase my metabolism and energy with natural products and/or methods? PS> I’m often sleep deprived. Might have a lot to do with it.

  5. April 30, 2011

    Stephanie


    You can look at my YA profile and where it says ” about me” there is a link for the best foods.

    ALthough… the quickest way to jump start your metabolism is to get out of bed and go for a quick run or walk, then start your day with food. At lunch take another walk after you get done eatting and then at dinner do you big work out before or depending on your night after you eat.

  6. Tips to maximize your metabolism

    Metabolism basically means the count of calories you burn per day. Repeatedly you might have read articles about accelerating the rate of metabolism. The most common are consuming highly nutritious food and performing workouts. If your metabolism rate is slower, it shows you are burning less calories. In order to increase the rate, you must follow the below tips:

    1) Do not observe fasting because you burn too many calories at once, which is really harmful to your body. In this process your muscles turn weak and you face dehydration rather than minimizing the fat content.

    2) Dine about 6-8 times a day by consuming nutritious items such as fruits and vegetables..

    3) A heavy breakfast is a key factor in increasing the rate of metabolism. Since you are awake for the whole day, the rate of metabolism is fast.

    4) There are many kinds of healthy fats available such as nuts, fish, olive oil, and flax oil. They can be substitutes for processed carbs.

    5) Consume less sugar so that the insulin production is regulated and you will thus burn calories easily.

    6) Eat about 1 gm of protein per pound because the excessive fat content will be drained away.

  7. Spicy foods / foods or meals with spicy sauce increase metabolism ?
    Sooo, does having spicy sauce or spicy food increase increase metabolism ?
    If so do have to feel the heat of the spicy-ness in your mouth ? or can you cool down your mouth ?

  8. I do not know I know iodine helps the thyroid so the metabolism Brisk walks lots of phisical activities such as running swimming might stimulate burning of calories and increase metabolism personally i woul talk to a nurse

  9. What foods increase your metabolism?
    As a recent college graduate, my metabolism took a huge hit due to irregular and less frequent meals, which were were usually junk food.

    I am looking for foods that speed up your metabolism that I could add to my current diet of 6 smaller portion meals a day, that I am pairing with my daily needed amount of water and exercise.

    Thanks!

  10. April 30, 2011

    hardrock


    Is it true that spicy foods increase your metabolism?
    Also, if so, does that mean adding some hot sauce to chili, making it even more spicy, will that help increase your metabolism as well?

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