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5 Tips to boost a sluggish metabolism

5 tips to boost a sluggish metabolism

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Here's Today's Tip... Boost your metabolism.

Do you feel like your metabolism runs at a snail’s pace -- especially as you’ve gotten older? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, research shows that metabolism slows down about 2 - 4% every passing decade after the age of 20. It’s no wonder the battle of the bulge only gets harder with age.

That’s why we wanted to share 5 tips to boost a sluggish metabolism and burn more fat with you today.

#1 - Fasted cardio. It’s no secret that one of the keys to boosting metabolism is to move more, and while it’s a great idea to be active throughout the day, when you exercise first thing in the morning before you eat, you can really tap into your body fat stores. The key is keeping the intensity low. Take the dog for a walk, do some yoga, or take an easy bike ride.

#2 - Drink some green tea. Before you do your morning exercise, enjoy a cup of green tea. It’s loaded with polyphenols (namely EGCG), and it also contains caffeine, which both help boost metabolism and increase fat burning. As an added bonus, green tea contains theanine, which helps take the edge off the caffeine and promotes a calm sense of focus and wellbeing.

#3 - Cool off. Research shows that cold exposure -- such as a cold shower or bath -- can significantly increase the activity of brown fat, which is a special type of fat that boosts metabolism and increases fat burning. Try taking a contrast shower where you alternate 10 seconds hot with 20 seconds cold, repeated 10 times.

#4 - Lift weights. Get this: we lose, on average, as much as 8% of our lean muscle each passing decade after we turn 30. Considering that muscle is so metabolically active, it’s no wonder metabolic rate drops so noticeably as we get older. The best way to build and maintain your calorie-burning muscle is to lift weights. Shoot for 3 times a week, and make sure to train all your major muscle groups each workout.

#5 Power up with protein. The second-best way to protect and preserve your calorie-burning muscle and metabolism is to make sure you’re eating enough protein. As an added bonus, high-protein foods also boost metabolism by as much as 30%. Shoot for about 0.7 grams of protein per pound per day.

Now you might be asking, what are the BEST fat-burning high protein foods? 

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