Friday, July 07 2017
Eat fiber and protein-filled meals. Check.
Drink green tea; add ginger, capsaicin and other anti-inflammatory and metabolism-enhancing spices to meals. Check.
Drink plenty of water. Check.
Get at least 30 minutes of exercise daily. Check.
Incorporate interval training into workouts. Check.
Strength train. Check.
Make an effort to move more (take stairs instead of the elevator, walk to the water cooler, etc.) throughout the day. Check.
These lifestyle habits help keep the body’s metabolism at top speed, but it is also important to ensure that the foods you’re consuming aren’t having the opposite effect. Poor dietary choices can affect hormones, inflammation and gut bacteria, all of which can negatively impact your metabolism and cause fat gain.