Why do eggs top our list? Are avocados really that good for you, or are they just a fad? Want to know the truth behind green tea? What about nuts and seeds? We'll be discussing all of this AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
Eggs – 00:23
Nuts and Seeds – 01:38
Spicy Foods – 02:30
Water – 03:41
Avocados – 04:46
Green Tea – 06:01
Protein is an important nutrient to help boost your metabolism. Eggs are packed with protein, and have the added advantage of being low on fat and calories.
2. Nuts and Seeds
Nuts and seeds are good for when you want something on the go. You can just pop them into your mouth whenever you feel hungry. Not only does that keep your metabolism working, you also get fewer hunger pangs between meals.
3. Spicy Foods
Spices are another food source which can help kick your metabolism into overdrive. Results from a study showed spices such as ginger, black pepper and mustard can raise your metabolic resting rate. This is the rate at which your body burns calories, while it’s busy resting.
It’s pretty obvious that water is essential for your body. Not only is it necessary to keep you hydrated, but water can also help with weight loss, as well as boosting your metabolism.
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