1. Eat regularly and don’t diet
Frequent diets will drive our body into starvation mode. It reduces its activity and therefore the number of calories it will burn. Therefore, eat regularly but limit your food ingestion to 3 times per day.
2. Eat Plenty of Protein at Every Meal
Eating food can increase your metabolism which is called the THERMIC EFFECT of food. This is due to the fact that additional calories are required to digest, absorb and process the nutrients.
3. Drink more water
Water ingestion may also have an effect on increased thermogenesis and thus will burn additional calories. In addition, drinking water will increase satiety.
4. Sleep sufficiently
Lack of sleep will decrease the fullness hormone leptin as well as increase the hunger hormone ghrelin. Sleep deprivation is also linked to raised insulin resistance.
5. Keep on moving
If you have a sedentary job, try to get up frequently, take the stairs instead of the elevator, walk rather than take your car.
6. Ingest foods that boost your metabolism
Last but not least, there are some foods that might help you to strengthen your metabolism. Spice up your meals with PEPPERS containing the substance CAPSAICIN.
GINGER as well as APPLE CIDER VINEGAR also seem to boost your metabolism.