If you want to lose those extra pounds of fat, there is already a way to stimulate your metabolism without changing the amount of food you usually eat.
A recent study showed the five key steps that can help you lose weight, here we tell you what they are:
1 START THE DAY RIGHT.
Eat breakfast every day adding a serving of protein: 3 eggs, peanut butter on grain bread or a protein shake, are some dishes you can take as an example.
2 ALWAYS INCLUDE PROTEIN.
Increase protein servings in all your meals.
3 ADD SNACKS.
Be frequent and eat your regular meals daily: BREAKFAST, lunch and dinner with two snacks during the day.
4 DON'T GO TO SLEEP WITH A VERY FULL STOMACH.
Try to eat dinner 2-3 hours before going to bed.
5 MAKE A CUP OF TEA.
Drink 1 to 2 cups of green tea every day. Let a tea bag steep for 5 minutes in hot water and enjoy!
These five tips have something in common: thermogenesis, which is the creation of heat in your body. When you increase thermogenesis in your body you are helping to accelerate the work of your metabolism.
As you can see, this phenomenon has nothing to do with the number of calories you consume, but rather has an effect on various systems designed to keep your body healthy.
REMEMBER THAT THE MORE CONSTANT YOU ARE IN YOUR DIET, YOU WILL GET BETTER AND FASTER RESULTS.
These results will not only be reflected in your body, you will also feel more energetic and much healthier internally.
Being aware of what you are doing to your body is all the difference between a healthy and happy life versus a life at the doctor.
THAT IS WHY IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU REMEMBER THAT TO LOSE FAT YOU MUST TAKE CARE:
1. The time and how often you eat.
2. The composition of your food: the role of protein is very important as it controls your appetite, increases calorie burn and reduces fat in your stomach.
3. Drink green tea: helps increase fat burning.
Blood sugar spikes often occur in those with diabetes, as their body cannot process glucose properly. Many factors can cause your blood sugar to rise other than the types of foods you eat. The types of drinks we consume, the medications we take, and our physical condition all affect blood sugar levels.