You’re reading this means you are probably one of the many people seeking the fastest, most efficient ways to boost your metabolism this summer season. That’s why the writing team at sooperchef.pk has compiled the best science-backed nutrition tips to help you boost your fat-burning furnace and shred some pounds before the summer is over.

Add Protein to Your Diet

With every pound of muscle mass we have, the more calories we burn the course of the day—even while reading this blog! While hitting the gym, this is a sure-shot to make some gains, including sufficient protein in our diet will help us maintain muscle. Leading dietitians recommend consumption of 0.8 to one gram of protein per kilogram of body weight daily to ensure a fueled weight loss.

Start Your Day with Water

A great way to start stoking our metabolism early in the day is by going for two tall glasses of water upon waking up. According to one study, it is proven that partakers who drank about 17 ounces of water experienced a 30-percent enhancement in their metabolic rate. Furthermore, drinking approximately six cups of water a day can help you burn up an additional 17,400 calories throughout the year. That’s the equal of a five-pound weight loss! Not too scruffy.

Have a Cheat Meal

Craving your favorite deep fried chicken or burger from the fast food joint down the block? Go for it— according to science, taking a break from our diet can help in the acceleration of fat burn by increasing your metabolism. But it is essential that you keep your cheat meal scheduled. By carefully planning our next cheat meal, we know what we will be eating and can cut a few extra calories earlier in the day. This can also allow us to really choose a preferred food instead of unlawfully chomping down on surplus calories form something we don’t really enjoy.

Cut Out Refined Carbs

It’s a well-known fact that when we are on the verge of losing some weight, we should refrain from consuming bakery pastries and swap white bread for whole-grain for our sandwiches. But what is the reason behind these refined carbs going so harmful to our diets? Sugar causes spikes and plummets to our blood glucose, and switches our hunger on. Furthermore, if our body is unable to burn off all the sugar we consumed, it turns into fat, leading to weight gain and obesity.

Take Out the Sweetened Drinks

A study found out that habitually sips on carb-sweetened beverages can lead to an increase in postprandial (or post-meal) insulin response, causing a reduction in lipolysis (or fat breakdown) and fat oxidation processes. If you’re craving a little fizz or flavor with your meal, or just want something cold going down your throat then go for this refreshing drink here.Read more: Top Seven Signs of Diabetes That Are Not To Be Ignored

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