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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Strategies for faster fat burning

When it comes to planning the menu, so that it is both dietary, yet healthy, yet helps your metabolism, there are many different strategies for feeding. Some experts, nutritionists advise to include in your diet green tea, chilli and caffeine that increase metabolism. The real secret to creating a diet in which to burn more fat, however, lies in a balanced menu.

Here are five tips on how to eat to boost metabolism and at the same time to feel full.


1. Bet on the proteins

The digestion of the proteins takes more time and energy to the body, leading to an increased rate of thermogenesis. This may help to promote weight loss, as the speed of said thermogenesis dictates how many calories will be used in this day of operation of the body.


Furthermore proteins help build muscle mass, which causes the body to use more calories during the whole day. In terms of food intake, it means that each of your meal should contain lean protein like white meat, turkey and fish.

2. Do not remove milk products from your diet

Dairy products are often reduced to a minimum in some diets, since most of them contain fat. Actually dairy can help promote weight loss. Although the reasons for this are not entirely clear, the researchers noted that the increased intake of calcium and vitamin D, may be associated with it. Researchers found that three servings of milk, cheese, yogurt
per day lead to a better metabolism.

3. Snack oatmeal and quinoa

Study in 2008 found that obese adults who eat whole grains lose significantly more fat from study participants who took the same calories, but do not consume whole grains. In addition, these foods contain a lot of fiber, leaving the person feeling full.

  

4. Do not remove all the fats from your diet

If you want to go on a diet to improve your metabolism, it will probably avoid all foods that contain fat.

But it should not! Studies have found that so-called "mediterranian" diet, which contains considerable amounts of healthy monounsaturated fats such as olive oil, actually result in a greater weight loss than the mode with a low fat content. Healthy fats are necessary for the processing of nutrients and also act filling.


5. Increase your fiber intake

No matter if you get them from fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains - fiber are key to maintaining a healthy metabolism. Like proteins, fibers are digested more difficult, leading to a better metabolism.