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Boost Your Metabolism: Train Your Body to Do the Hard Work

Updated on October 19, 2014

Where Do We Want to Get Back To?

Throughput our adult life we spend so much time trying to tweak and reprogram the natural workings of our bodies that the functions that inherently come natural to our bodies begin to get lazy and stop doing what they were designed to do.

With this constant interference we do not engage the strengths that our bodies are naturally endowed with.

Metabolism...Our Built In Furnace

What I am referring to is that our bodies are naturally engineered to consume, digest and use wholesome and fresh produce with all the natural nutrition and enzymes that our bodies require.

This is a crucial operation of our metabolism.

With a constant diet of fast foods, processed foods and food combinations that deter our natural systems, we cause our bodies to slow down or degenerate the natural systems and store excess fat which should in fact be consumed by our body’s natural mechanisms.

Get Back to Basics

The tweaks we constantly make are the fluctuations between junk food and health fads, short term dieting and erratic fitness regimes. Back in the old days survival required our forefathers to obtain that which the land provided, which was always natural, unprocessed, healthy and easily digested by the human body; linked to this was that a lot of physical activity was incorporated into getting that which the land provided with the additional impact of the physical activity stimulating our bodies natural mechanisms.

As food options becomes more convenient and less natural we need to check what approach we are taking with regards to nutrition and thereby using to fuel our bodies.

Eat Right Feel Right

Having a disciplined eating regime, where we have frequent and smaller meals throughout the day alerts our bodies’ metabolism functions to the fact that there is a new system in place and that they need to be alert and active all the time. By getting this in order our metabolism gets started on a path into hyper drive mode where our metabolism accelerates with each meal.

The other fundamental aspect of this principle is that we need to ensure that the meals consist of the right foods, foods that will be stimulating to all of our senses as well as stimulating to our metabolism.

Linking the previous 2 aspects with regular exercise and a progressively active lifestyle will even further enhance our body’s natural metabolic capabilities and accelerate the rate with which our bodies burn energy.

Getting the formula right will take persistent and dedication but the end result is that we reprogram our bodies or train our bodies into doing the hard work when our metabolism rates are increased we will burn through energy more efficiently and rapidly leading to higher energy levels and decreased excess fat content.


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