Reignite Your Metabolism
4 Amazing Metabolism-Boosting Foods for Weight Loss
We all know that having a healthy metabolism is key to burning calories and . But did you also know that there are certain foods you can eat that will rev your metabolism right up? Our registered dietician came up with this list of great foods, drinks and supplements that will help give your metabolism a kick start. You'll be burning extra calories in no time!
Researchers have discovered that catechins, which are found in green and oolong teas, can really get your metabolism going. In one study, women who had just one large cup of oolong tea a day burned up to 10% more calories. Other studies have shown that drinking 3 or 4 cups of oolong or green tea daily can help you burn an extra 50 to 70 calories.
2. Ice-cold foods and beverages
Your body burns more calories while digesting very cold beverages and foods, and research has found that drinking 5 or 6 ice-cold glasses of water can burn off 10 calories a day. That may not seem like much, but over the course of a year it equals about a pound of effortless weight loss.
3. Lean protein
Your body uses more energy to digest protein-rich foods like skinless chicken, fish, eggs, beans and lowfat dairy than it does to digest carbohydrates. Protein also helps build and maintain muscle mass. (The more muscle you have, the higher your metabolism.)
Multiple studies have shown that capsaicin, a compound in hot red peppers, can give your metabolism a temporary bump.
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