Boosts your metabolism
The process of producing energy by breaking down the food is called as metabolism. A good metabolic rate is essential for a healthy lifestyle.You can boost your metabolic rate naturally in different ways.
If you want to increase the metabolism in your body, avoid all high processed fatty foods. Drink green tea instead of coffee to increase the the metabolic rate.
Caffeine content reduces the metabolic rate but green tea use will be helpful in burning more calories. Consume metabolism booster foods like Apples, Oranges, Carrots, Nut milk, Seed milk, Avocado, Spinach, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Pineapple, Grapefruit, Cauliflower, Cabbage, papaya, Lettuce, Mangoes, green and leafy vegetables.
Spicy foods also simulate some metabolic boosting hormones, but it is not suitable for people with heartburn. Never skip breakfast. Try to eat as… Continue reading
A workout routine plan
The key to fitness is working out consistently with a proper plan or routine. You have to pay special attention to follow proper form while doing exercise and should maintain a balanced diet. You can try the following daily routine for desired results.
Key points to remember:
Do I need water during my workout?
Most of the people are unaware about the fact that water is essential while working out. Hydrating your body is important even before and after the workouts. Dehydration can put you in danger.
You will lose water through the sweat and even through breath while working out. If you are dehydrated you will not be able to do the workouts effectively.
You will feel uncoordinated, dizzy, and lightheaded and it also leads to muscle cramps. The primary sign of dehydration is feeling thirsty. If you still continue the exercises without hydrating can lead to heat stroke.
More importantly you will be end up with getting admitted in a hospital. Now let’s think about the amount of water you should drink before, while training and after the workouts. It depends on body size, sweating rate, intensity of exercises,… Continue reading