Boost Metabolism

Here is the list of 10 foods that are known to help give your metabolism a boost. Add these foods to your daily diet, and watch yourself grow fitter and drop those extra pounds off.

1. Hot Pepper

Hot PepperEating hot pepper speeds up your metabolism by 25%. It helps the fat burn faster and makes you more fit.

2. Whole Grains: Oatmeal and Brown Rice

OatmealWhole grains contain nutrients and complex carbohydrates which help accelerate your metabolism by stabilizing insulin level.

3. Broccoli

BroccoliBroccoli is an important source of calcium which accelerates your metabolism besides being rich in vitamin C, vitamin K iron and potassium. 

4. Cabbage Soup

Cabbage SoupCabbage soup consumption has been shown to be linked to lower obesity. Intake of soup helps reduce the intake of solid food and hence helps in burning the fat more quickly.

5. Coffee and Green Tea

Coffee and Green TeaThese two possess a significant amount of antioxidants which help lower blood sugar level, burn extra fat and reduce the sign of cellulite. 

6. Apples and Pears

Apple and PearThese two fruits contain low calories which can boost your metabolism. This is supported by numerous studies which show that regular consumers of apples and pears lose more weight than those who don’t eat them.

7. Spices

SpicesIt has been proved that people who consume spices like black pepper, mustard seeds, garlic powder can burn up to 1000 more calories than people who don’t consume them.

8. Citrus Fruits

Citrus FruitsFruits like oranges, grapes and lemons not only burn our fat but also help in regulating insulin level as they contain a high proportion of Vitamin C.

9. Foods High in Calcium

Foods High in CalciumMany studies have proved that people who consume calcium between 1200 to 1300 milligrams per day lose twice as much weight than their counterparts who don’t. Raw Milk and Broccoli are the good options.

10. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 Fatty AcidsThese fatty acids are mostly found in fish, nuts, seeds and hemp seed oil. These foods slow down the formation of leptin, a natural chemical which slows down our metabolism, hence leading to an increase in metabolism.

by:
Staff Writer