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9 Easy Ways To Boost Your Metabolism & Attain A Healthy Body
 
1. Include foods with high protein in your daily meals. Did you know, protein causes a rise in TEF that is responsible to increase metabolic rate by 15–30%.

1. Include foods with high protein in your daily meals. Did you know, protein causes a rise in TEF that is responsible to increase metabolic rate by 15–30%.

2. Drinking plenty of water can result in an increased metabolic rate.  Drinking around 17 ounces or 0.5 litres of water per day can increase metabolism by 10–30%

2. Drinking plenty of water can result in an increased metabolic rate. Drinking around 17 ounces or 0.5 litres of water per day can increase metabolism by 10–30%

3. Building muscle can help increase the metabolic rate of the body.

3. Building muscle can help increase the metabolic rate of the body.

4. Sitting at one place for long durations of time can reduce metabolism. Include short walking sessions in your routine.  An afternoon of standing up at work can burn an extra 174 calories.

4. Sitting at one place for long durations of time can reduce metabolism. Include short walking sessions in your routine. An afternoon of standing up at work can burn an extra 174 calories.

5. Replace your normal cup of tea with green tea or oolong tea.  Green tea and oolong tea can increase metabolism by 4–5%.

5. Replace your normal cup of tea with green tea or oolong tea. Green tea and oolong tea can increase metabolism by 4–5%.

6. Eating spicy food can be beneficial for boosting your metabolism and help you maintain a healthy weight. Peppers contain a substance called capsaicin that can boost your metabolism.

6. Eating spicy food can be beneficial for boosting your metabolism and help you maintain a healthy weight. Peppers contain a substance called capsaicin that can boost your metabolism.

7. Lack of sleep can disrupt your appetite-regulating hormones which directly affects the metabolic rate.  The lack of sleep is linked to a major increase in the risk of obesity and low metabolism.

7. Lack of sleep can disrupt your appetite-regulating hormones which directly affects the metabolic rate. The lack of sleep is linked to a major increase in the risk of obesity and low metabolism.

8. Drinking coffee can significantly increase your metabolism.  The caffeine in coffee can boost metabolism by 3–11%. However, it

8. Drinking coffee can significantly increase your metabolism. The caffeine in coffee can boost metabolism by 3–11%. However, it's probably a good idea not to overdo the coffee.

9. Replace other cooking fats with coconut oil to boost your metabolism slightly. Medium-chain fats are known to increase your metabolism more than the long-chain fats found in foods like butter.

9. Replace other cooking fats with coconut oil to boost your metabolism slightly. Medium-chain fats are known to increase your metabolism more than the long-chain fats found in foods like butter.

 
 
 
 
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