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By Vanessa Camozzi on January 9, 2022
As we get older our bodies naturally decrease in muscle mass while the amount of fat stored increases, which in turn slows down our baseline metabolic rate. This can result in a range of issues from constipation and fatigue to stress-induced sugar cravings. So try and step away from the cookies.
This article will show you seven ways to lose fat at mid-life. Studies have proven that diets high in sugar can decrease the metabolization of serotonin in the body, slowing down the body’s metabolic rate.
When you enter mid-life it takes a lot more exercise and effort than it did when you were in your 20s and early 30s to stay fit+healthy. The good news is that now you are older and wiser, and quite frankly more concerned with taking care of your body and hopefully doing all the right things to stay fit. Gone are the days of silly diet fads (hello South Beach Diet and Atkins) or taking diet pills that claimed would make you skinny in one week.
For women, estrogen levels begin to decline as a woman begins perimenopause so women start losing muscle mass and storing more fat. Our eating habits, hormones, and activity levels all begin to change as we get older —so you have to work smarter and harder.
Cacao —The monounsaturated fats (MUFAs) present in dark chocolate is known to boost metabolism which stimulates the body to burn calories faster. Try choosing a chocolate high in cacao 60% or more. The good news is that chocolate in small quantities is a great food to enjoy and feel guilt free while eating.
Blueberries— Metabolism Boosting Powers: Berries, such as blueberries and strawberries, are low in calories and high in fiber, a key factor in weight control.
Flax Seeds—Full of monounsaturated fats (MUFAs) just like cacao, flax seeds are the perfect seed to help flatten the tummy.
Avocados— include plenty of healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats to help boost your metabolism and keep hunger at bay.
Chili Peppers— also called Capsaicin: Found in hot peppers (including chilis and cayenne powder), capsaicin can boost metabolism as well as suppress your appetite, at least slightly.
Apple Cider Vinegar— In addition to its appetite-suppressing effects, apple cider vinegar has also been shown to slow the rate at which food leaves your stomach.
Tomato—This fruit is plump with antioxidants, one of the most significant being - lycopene. According to experts, lycopene may rev up metabolism naturally.
Greek Yogurt (no sugar if possible)— Eating Greek yogurt, as part of a balanced diet that includes enough protein, fibrous carbohydrates, and healthful fats may aid weight loss and boost metabolism.
Cinnamon— This spice naturally boosts your metabolism, improves digestion and helps regulate blood sugar levels.
Sweet Potato— Consuming sweet potato helps rehydrate your cells and boost metabolic activity in the body.
Garlic—We love garlic because it's responsible for boosting energy levels that burn all the calories, keeping you fitter. It is known to boost your metabolism, further helping you lose weight.
Beans a.k.a.—Legumes are also high in arginine, an amino acid that may increase the number of carbs and fat your body can burn for energy.
Warm lemon water—Drinking warm lemon water in the mornings can increase feelings of fullness and boost metabolism slightly, which can help with weight loss.
Coffee— One of the few substances known to help mobilize fats from your fat tissues and increase metabolism.
Tumeric — Most of turmeric’s health properties can be attributed to curcumin, a compound that has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It's said to hold promise for weight loss but again this needs to be studied more. We still added it to the list because inflammation is super important, so include this in your diet.
Grapefruit— This beloved fruit boasts naringenin. This antioxidant has been found to help your body use insulin more effectively. That helps keep your blood sugar in check and boosts calorie burn.
Try doing this first in the morning first when you wake up. It’s important to do this before you eat anything! (Do this before your morning cup of coffee.)
Warm-up some water in a kettle or microwave water in a mug (use filtered water) Squeeze one-quarter of a lemon into your mug. Add one tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar. If you absolutely need to because it’s too bitter, you can add in a small amount of honey. It’s better not to add any kind of sugar though but whatever makes it better for you, just do that. You can also sprinkle in some cinnamon.
Do this every single morning and your pooch (the lower part of your belly) will start to go down. Does anybody name their pooch? We call ours "Winnie" the name just seems fitting.
These are a few other things you can try to boost your metabolism that we recommend. *NONE OF THESE SUPPLEMENTS OR PRODUCTS WILL WORK IF YOU DON’T FOLLOW ALONG WITH A HEALTHY DIET AND EXERCISE.
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