What is Metabolism and How does It Work 


To reduce obesity or to lose body weight is a difficult task, in which you have to put your bravado.  Often many people say that even if they eat anything, they do not gain weight.  Conversely, there are some people, who complain that if they drink even a little more water, then their weight starts increasing.
 In both these cases, one thing is common, due to which people gain weight and obesity is not reduced.  There is a term called metabolism, which is responsible for the internal actions occurring in our body for weight loss and increase.  It is also believed that the lethargy of metabolism increases the likelihood of obesity, tiredness, diabetes, more BP.

Metabolism in the body affects the weight, so those who want to lose weight should look at the metabolism. How metabolism affects weight loss. Useful tips to speed up the metabolism.
Metabolism is the level of energy expenditure, which the body uses to support basic body functions. Thus, metabolism consists of three parts, which include physical activity (20%), the effect of heat from food, called TEF (10%) and basic metabolic rate (70%).

What is metabolism?

 Metabolism is a chemical process by which energy is distributed in our body.  This means that the energy we need to live life is determined by metabolism.  That is, how much energy our body is consuming in doing some work is determined by metabolism.  In this process, calories are consumed (burning).

 What is the game behind metabolism behind obesity
 As our age increases, our body's metabolism rate slows down and in this condition, obesity begins to increase easily in people.  Its time limit is around 40 years in males and around 50 years in females.  Even children who eat processed food outside, their metabolism slows down due to which they start gaining weight.  Fast food and junk food are not considered good in any condition.

How to speed up metabolism

Here are some ways to help increase metabolism:

  1. Eat breakfast is to start the mechanism of metabolism.
  2.  Exercise regularly – at least 30-60 minutes a day, or go for a 20-minute walk 3 times a day.
  3. Include in your diet of foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (fatty marine fish), vitamin B6, chromium, iodine, calcium and fiber (fruits and vegetables) – all of these substances accelerate metabolism.
  4. Eat cheese, tuna, nuts and other sources of protein – it accelerates the metabolism and burns calories.
  5. Drink plenty of fluids. All reactions in the body occur in water, so the shortage of water slows all metabolic processes in the body.
  6.  Get enough sleep. Deep and long sleep contributes to the development of growth hormone in the body and renewal of brain cells. Both of these processes accelerate metabolism.
  7. By drinking less water, metabolism slows down, so do not let the amount of water decrease.
  8. Instead of keeping a long gap between the two mines, they kept eating something at intervals of two-three hours.
  9. Your metabolism increases after a few hours after drinking green tea.