Boosting Your Metabolism For Dummies

Boosting Your Metabolism For Dummies

Rachel Berman

Language: English

Pages: 336

ISBN: 1118491572

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The easy way to boost your metabolism and lose weight... for good!

People often wonder why their dieting and exercise efforts seem to result in little or no weight loss. Some people may have to work hard to simply maintain their current weight. With such a dilemma, they may blame their woes on a "slow metabolism".  Unfortunately, there is no miracle diet that works for everyone because everyone has a unique body type and traits which impact their metabolic rate. Boosting Your Metabolism For Dummies helps you identify why your efforts have failed in the past and determine how to shift your unique metabolism into high gear by eating specific foods and performing particular exercises. Transform your mind and body for good with what Boosting Your Metabolism For Dummies offers:

An explanation of common misconceptions about metabolism

How to calculate and influence one's metabolic rate

How to get in the right mindset and embark on the path to lifestyle change

How to navigate the grocery store for metabolism boosting foods and 40+ quick and easy recipes

Meal planning tips and smart strategies for eating out

Metabolism boosting workouts

Tips to get family onto the healthy metabolism wagon

If you're looking for a fun and easy-to-understand guide that shows you how to put your metabolism to work, increase overall health, and get the body you've always wanted, Boosting Your Metabolism For Dummies has you covered.

The Daniel Cure: The Daniel Fast Way to Vibrant Health

TIME Secrets of Living Longer

Fast Beach Diet: The Super-Fast 6-Week Programme to Get You in Shape for Summer

The Metabolism-Boosting Diet: Burn Fat, Balance Hormones and Lose Weight for Life


















317-572-4002. Some of the people who helped bring this book to market include the following: Acquisitions, Editorial, and Vertical Websites Editor: Corbin Collins Acquisitions Editor: Tracy Boggier Assistant Editor: David Lutton Editorial Program Coordinator: Joe Niesen Technical Editor: Susan Male Smith Recipe Tester: Emily Nolan Senior Editorial Manager: Jennifer Ehrlich Editorial Manager: Carmen Krikorian Editorial Assistant: Rachelle Amick Art Coordinator: Alicia B. South

drugs/toxins 27 Brain Controlling thought, memory, motor actions, senses, every action that regulates the body 19 Heart Pumping oxygen-rich blood to all cells 7 Kidneys Filtering system 10 Skeletal muscle Moving the body 18 Other organs Performing all other internal functions 19 Several scientific terms can tell you the amount of calories you’re burning at rest. I use resting metabolic rate, or RMR. Although RMR accounts for the majority of calories your body burns, another

What you’re able to fit into your weekly exercise calendar will vary based on your work and family schedule. Make your own realistic schedule and write it down so you’re more likely to stick to it. Table 11-4 gives you a sample for how to spread out your workouts. Table 11-4 Sample Week of Exercise Day Activity Time (min.) Sunday Rest your muscles Monday Strength/aerobic Upper body resistance/weights 30, jog 30 Tuesday Cardio blast Interval cardio 30 Wednesday Lower body strength

track, no matter how many times you’ve tried and failed. Acknowledging that success isn’t a straight line and that you need to learn from your mistakes is a part of the process. That’s why I like to think of every experience as just that — a way to learn and improve upon for next time. You can’t undo the progress you’ve made. Each experience you have better equips you to handle a situation the next time. Eventually, healthy habits become second nature to you. The strategies in this section can

bargained for. When choosing small plates with a table, put in a request for ceviches, grilled meats, and veggies. Salads: Although you may be getting a dose of vegetables with a salad, you may also be getting the caloric equivalent of a hamburger. At Applebee’s, for example, the Grilled Shrimp and Spinach Salad clocks in at over 1,000 calories — which is about the equivalent of their Steak and Riblets Combo. Items to watch for and exclude from salads include creamy dressings, croutons, cheese,

Download sample