Metabolism is nothing more than a set of processes by which our body process the calories we eat. Lifestyle, age, genetics, diet and exercise are some of the factors that can influence our metabolism.
Metabolism is different from person to person, but there are still some tricks that can speed it up, with minor changes in lifestyle and diet. Here are some tips that can help you:
- Thermogenic foods (Pepper, Coffee, Green Tea, Ginger, Cinnamon): these are foods that have the ability to increase body temperature, by increasing basal metabolism. They normally contain compounds such as catechins, capsaicin or caffeine, proven thermogenic substances. In addition to these foods, the inclusion of protein, fiber and foods rich in omega 3 are crucial to keep the metabolism accelerated.
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- Habits that improve metabolism: there are small changes in our daily life that can make a difference in improving basal metabolism, such as: always starting the day with breakfast; don’t skip meals throughout the day, eating several times; drink cold water; have a good night's rest (sleep 6 to 8 am / night); control stress levels; don’t snack at night.
- Changes in lifestyle: starts the practice of physical exercise, because the increase in muscle and consequent loss of fat, ensure that the metabolism accelerates. In this case, strength exercises are very important for the lean mass (muscle) to increase.
- Supplements: are products that contain potent active ingredients that accelerate the metabolism and stimulate the body to burn more fat, in a shorter period of time, thus having a greater production of energy.
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Main benefits of CARNITINE 3000:
- Transformation of fat into energy;
- Fat reduction through oxidation;
- Increased energy metabolism;
- Better sports performance and aerobic capacity.
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By Adriana Martins, Nutritionist
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