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Weight Loss Post 30 – How To Kick Start Your Metabolism

Our metabolisms are often blamed when we struggle with excess weight – especially post 30. However, don’t lose heart! You may significantly impact your metabolism with only a few changes to your food and workout routine.

You may jump-start your metabolism in a variety of ways, and the majority of them do not involve drastic dietary changes or strenuous exercise. What follows is a list of what we consider to be the best methods for getting your metabolism going.

Get Some Rest

During two weeks, the sleep patterns of 16 healthy men and women were studied by CU Boulder researchers. It was discovered that those who kept later hours ate more carbohydrates, less breakfast, and more supper. A second research, including 224 people from the University of Pennsylvania revealed the same thing: those who nibble late at night are more likely to eat high-calorie meals. The study also indicated that males tend to gain weight more quickly than women.

Have breakfast

No concrete data supports the claim that eating six small meals every two hours can boost your metabolism. But there are reasons to prioritize breakfast – doing so will stimulate your metabolism after it has been dormant for seven or eight hours while you slept.

In spite of the findings of a recent, tiny study on obese men and women that suggest breakfast doesn’t always contribute to weight reduction, a good morning meal can offer energy and help regulate hunger cravings while revving up your metabolism.

Remember to drink plenty of water

Dehydration can make you think you’re hungry, lower your performance in mental and physical tasks, and slow down your metabolism. Water-induced thermogenesis was validated in two investigations by the same researchers in 2003 and 2007; in the former, “normal” men and women participated, while in the latter, overweight or obese patients drank 500 ml (16 fl. oz.) of water and experienced an increase in energy expenditure).

Embrace High-Intensity Resistance Exercise

To put it another way: muscle burns more calories than fat does. Gaining muscular mass raises your resting metabolic rate. High-intensity interval resistance training (HIRT), or brief exercises with heavy weights, increased respondents’ resting energy expenditure (REE) by 23%, or 424 calories, in the 24 hours following the workout, according to research published in the Journal of Translational Medicine in 2012.


We get that it’s a job in and of itself to be able to leave work worries at the office. Finally, there are the difficulties of money and relationships. A rise in cortisol levels, brought on by stress, has been linked to increased appetite and slowed metabolism.

Eating sensibly will help you live longer

Crash diets, so-called “fat-burning meals,” stimulants like coffee and other supplements designed to speed up metabolism are not good strategies. Rapid weight reduction can be achieved by drastically reducing calorie intake; however, this approach often has unintended consequences such as muscle loss, exhaustion, and a slowed metabolism.

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