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For Me a Repeat of Reminders : Boosting my Metabolism

Saturday, February 12, 2011

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I wrote a blog about this same subject.
Deja vu: the experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before
reminder - an experience that causes you to remember something.

If you are like me looking for ways to increase your metabolism join me in considering the following suggestions.
My metabolism has slowed down as I age. Men are "fat" burning machine even while resting. But women we have to work so much harder. Their are some people that genetically they have no issues with their metabolism. So I was reading an article that has provided me with suggestions on what I could do. So I thought their are many of my SparkPeople friends that would love to read what I found out.

1. Build muscle. emoticon
2. Aerobic exercise emoticon
3. Drink more water. emoticon
4. Ice cold beverages emoticon
5. Eat more often small meal or snack on healthy treats emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
6. Spice up your meals
I love hot peppers and red pepper flakes added to many dishes.
7. Eat more protein. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

8. Drink Black coffee
That is because you take in more calories than we burn , when we include cream, sugar,
or flavored syrups.

9. Drink green tea.

10 Avoid Crash Diets

What about yourselves do you have any favorite ways to boost your metabolism? You may already be incorporating them into your our lives . Alexia
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    Thanks for the reminder. Green tea???
    3574 days ago
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    Great ideas. I also really boost up my fiber intake. Keeps me fuller longer!
    3580 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2036709
    emoticon great ideas and sensible too.
    3583 days ago
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