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Posted on 10-02-2015
The number one thing you should consider when trying to burn calories is to make sure you don't starve yourself which will decrease you metabolism and increase fat storage. You should make sure you eat at least four meals a day of 300 calories per serving which keeps your blood sugar levels from spiking and keeps you from over eating. Coffee can boost your metabolism by as much as twelve percent, be careful of adding too much sugar or flavorings. Make sure you drink enough water, at least 48 ounces of cold water per day can burn as much as 50 calories per day. Scientists say it's because it takes that many calories to get cold water to body temperatures. Canadian researchers found that pesticides and pollutants are stored as fat so try to eat organic when possible as they contain less pesticides. Eating yogurt reduces fat absorption from other foods and can increase post meal calorie burn by as much as 35%. Also vitamin D which is found in many dairy products helps preserve fat burning muscle. Other good sources: tuna, tofu and cereal, and eggs. One of the most important things to include in your daily routine is exercise. You should try to exercise at least 3 times per week to increase metabolism and as an added benefit will increase your energy level. If that wasn't enough, regular exercise can reduce your chance of heart disease and high blood pressure. It also boosts high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or "good" cholesterol and decreases unhealthy triglycerides. In fact, regular exercise can help you prevent or manage a wide range of health problems, including stroke, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, depression, certain types of cancer and arthritis.
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