Foods that Boost Metabolism

If we can Boost our Metabolism we can SUCCEED at Weight Loss!

Wonderful Water

Though it might seem obvious, drinking water is one of the best things you can do for your metabolism. By choosing to drink water throughout the day you avoid getting unneeded liquid calories from soft drinks, boxed juice and other high sugar beverages. Drinking water allows the vital components for your body to function efficiently.

Green Goodness

You have probably heard your whole life that you need to eat your vegetables, but did you know that eating green vegetables like broccoli and spinach is one of the fastest ways to boost your metabolism. Green, leafy vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals which your body uses in order to convert food to energy. Plus veggies are full of healthy fiber that leads to a healthy digestive track that enables nutrients to be absorbed more efficiently thus helping to increase your metabolism.

Wholesome Whole Grains

Whole grains are also packed with fiber and minerals. Whole grains take longer for your body to break down into sugar. Eating whole grains instead of processed starches, like white bread, helps keep your blood sugar stable throughout the day. By choosing more whole grains your energy levels will not drop off as quickly which allows you to be more active and this promotes a higher metabolism.

The Surprising World of Sprouts

These may come as a surprise to many, but sprouted grains, legumes and seeds are nature’s little powerhouses of nutrients. Sprouts are loaded with vitamins, minerals and enzymes that promote high energy levels, good digestion and balanced nutrition which all lead to higher metabolism.

Grapefruit is a Great Fruit

You may have heard the hype surrounding grapefruit; well grapefruit can help boost your metabolism. But so can other citrus fruit. Grapefruit like all citrus fruit is loaded with vitamin C which helps your body convert food to energy. Grapefruit is also low in calories and high in fiber which helps to stabilize your blood sugar. While grapefruit as a fruit is good for you, leave processed grapefruit juice alone. Grapefruit juice does provide vitamin c and other nutrients but remember by giving up the fruit you are giving up the fiber.

The Joys of Fresh Vegetable Juice

As a general rules you should limit how much juice you drink. Try replacing the juice with cold water. If you still want to drink juice opt for a serving of freshly juiced fruit and vegetable. You can make these juices at home with a simple juicer from the appliance section of most major department stores. It might surprise you how good a cup of spinach, carrot and apple juice can taste. Vegetable juice is mainly low in calories but high in nutrient. How much kale or cabbage can you eat in three minutes? With juicing you can get all the vitamins and minerals from a plate of cabbage in a small glass. Mixing vegetable juices with a little fresh fruit juices really improves the taste.

All of these we know about I’m sure but I just thought it helps if we keep these in the forefront of our mind when thinking about boosting our metabolism.

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