Managing You’r Metabolism

What I'm Reading: Master Your Metabolism By Ji...
What I’m Reading: Master Your Metabolism By Jillian Michaels (Photo credit: puck90)

Many people like to blame their weight on their metabolism, Which is the rate at which the body burns calories. Diet and exercise will increase your metabolic rate,doing so will contribute to weight loss. But maintaining a lower weight will be an ongoing struggle because your metabolism doesn’t remain boosted without constant effort. whatever lifestyle changes you made to lose weight, you will have to continue in order to keep it off, People who are able to keep the weight off in general have to reinvent themselves. Your metabolism is built to resist rapid weight loss, which meant that if food ran out, your body could switch to survival mode by lowering metabolism. Boosting your metabolism through diet and exercise will provide quick weight-loss in the beginning, but as you lose weight your metabolism will actually begin to slow down.When you attempt to maintain or lose weight, your body is fighting back. It’s burning calories more efficiently, even more so when you exercise or do other activities like walking around.This is one of the reasons why people have great success in losing weight up to a certain point, but then suddenly stop seeing results. Their metabolism has slowed to match their new level of fitness; there is less body mass to fuel, so the metabolism doesn’t have to work as hard.Here’s a few ways you can overcome your metabolism lose weight, and keep it off.

 You need to eat even less as you lose weight because your body needs fewer calories to sustain itself. Or you could increase the intensity and duration of your workouts. Either strategy can help break a fitness plateau.                                                                                                                                                              Try different types of exercise to work new muscles Strength training is known to help keep your metabolism high, because muscle burns more calories at rest than fat does.

Complex carbohydrates should make up at least 50 percent of your daily diet, to  keep your body properly fueled.You can eat fewer carbohydrates and more lean protein for a few days the change could bump you off your plateau.Since it takes more calories for the body to convert protein into fuel than carbohydrates or fats.

Maintaining weight loss will be a long-term struggle.Over 75 percent of  the people struggling to lose weight will return to their previous levels of body weight within a few years. This is the result of combined metabolic, behavioral, endocrine, and autonomic nervous system changes that  favor the regain of lost weigh.This is why it is necessary to make long-term lifestyle changes to sustain weight loss.If your interested in a copy of the book  here’s a link

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