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Naturally Boost Metabolism

 

Rev your engines and naturally boost your metabolism. Your metabolism is the unsung champion working tirelessly within you. This fascinating, fiery force is constantly converting food into energy, blazing through calories, and keeping you energized throughout the day. Explore how to give your metabolism a turbo boost with some surprising tips and tricks. Say goodbye to sluggishness and embrace the thrill of a revved-up metabolism.

Metabolism helps to provide you with long-lasting energy on a cellular level, making it possible for you to think, digest, move, and perform maximally, basically everything you need to do to thrive as a functioning human being. As you age, your metabolism naturally slows down, and this is where complications arise. If your metabolism isn’t functioning properly, you’re at higher risk of developing diseases like diabetes and low immunity.

Metabolism is boosted based on the energy provided by good quality food. Quality, clean food in = higher metabolic rate. Eating regular meals throughout the day keeps your metabolic rate stabilized and therefore will provide you with sustained energy throughout the day. Here are some foods that naturally boost your metabolism:

Greens

The high fiber content of dark leafy greens like spinach, kale, collards, and Swiss chard, increases your metabolism and fat-burning abilities. Sunwarrior has several varieties of ways to get your greens. Get straight-up greens with Sunwarrior’s Supergreens. Get protein and greens with Warrior Blend+ Greens. Get collagen and greens with Beauty Greens Collagen Booster.  And for the ultimate metabolism booster, manage weight and boost your metabolism with Thermogreens. Make smoothies, add to recipes,  or add a scoop to your favorite beverage.

Almonds

Almonds are the fatty acids that raise your metabolism, eat ¼ cup of almonds as a snack but don’t overdo it!

Beans

Protein and fiber are the two building blocks of metabolism, and therefore, beans provide an excellent source of both in a small amount. Add them to salads or make your own bean dips.

Berries

All fruit, due to their carbohydrate and fiber content are great for boosting metabolism and are a high source of antioxidants, important for healing post-workout.

MCT Oil

Although high in fat, it is the medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil that are easily converted into energy and therefore boosts your metabolism and brain power! Sunwarrior’s MCT Oil puts energy and endurance in your exercise.  It fuels your brain with high energy MCT-derived ketones and stimulates metabolic function for keto-friendly weight management. 

Celery

Although celery doesn’t have many calories, it is actually a metabolism-boosting powerhouse! It is loaded with water, which is crucial for better metabolism that stimulates digestion upon chewing.  Pair celery with the protein and healthy fat boost of nut butter and sprinkle with chia seeds.

Dark Chocolate

raw cacao is one of the best food sources of magnesium, which supports your blood sugar levels and stimulates fat-burning, thus increasing your metabolism. Make a homemade raw cacao smoothie with organic peanut butter for an energizing afternoon treat.

Apple Cider Vinegar

There is a reason why drinking lemon juice or apple cider vinegar first thing in the morning has become a trend. When taken before a meal, it boosts your stomach acid, and with more stomach acid means better digestion and assimilation of the nutrients. That’s why apple cider vinegar is one of the ingredients in metabolic-boosting Thermogreens and in weight management system Protein + Mushrooms.

Cinnamon

not only does cinnamon curb your cravings for sweets by balancing your blood sugar, it helps your body burn more calories throughout the day when taken in the morning. Try adding ¼ teaspoon to your smoothie or chia seed pudding to get your metabolism revved up!

Water

Hydration is key for boosting your metabolism. Our bodies are made up of over 70% water and if we are dehydrated even in the slightest, our metabolism starts to slow down. Don’t know how much water to drink per day? Drink ½ your bodyweight in ounces of water for the ideal amount for your body.

Exercise

Boosting your metabolism naturally with exercise means using more than one muscle group at a time. This is where compound exercises come in. Basically, a compound exercise is any exercise that involves the use of more than one major muscle group at a time. An example of a compound exercise would be: deadlifts, squats, pull-ups, and leg press. These exercises are fat-burning and muscle-building, which naturally boost your metabolism even when you’re not working out.

Integrate some of these foods and tips and you will turn your body into an energy burning machine!

 

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