Burn calories without strenuous exercise

Often effective methods that you can add to your daily routine, to reach your goal faster.

 Eat more protein

Did you know that you can burn calories without completely moving?

The body works to burn calories every day through its internal processes that keep you alive. This is called the main metabolic rate ( BMR) Who is trying to burn most of the calories you eat during this day.

A few simple differences in your diet keep this process at its peak, which will help you burn more fat. For example, towards eating protein, the body works harder to digest it, in contrast to carbohydrates and fats. This is why your body will burn more calories when you add it to your protein meals. Add to that the ability of the protein to provide you with a feeling of fullness, which means reducing the chance of eating extra snacks during the day. Eat at least 1 gram of protein for every 1 pound of body weight (equivalent to 0.45 kilograms).

 Have green tea

Have a cup of green tea before exercising, as this will help break down fats faster.

In a new study that spanned over 12 weeks, the team that used to drink 4-5 cups of green tea every day in addition to exercising for 25 minutes lost an extra two pounds of fat at a moderate rate (equivalent to 0.91 kilograms), compared to the team that did not.

This does not mean that you are compelled to add green tea drinking to your daily habits. But consuming green tea actually helped burn more calories during this day among school participants, in addition to raising the rate of oxidation and burning of fats. School education was suggested in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

British researchers indicate that green tea has been able to upgrade the effectiveness of insulin and the body’s sensitivity to it, in addition to glucose tolerance, which helps the body to store calories in the form of muscle instead of fat.

 Take fish oil

There are many benefits to eating fish oil. As it helps to lose weight without the need to exaggerate the time of sports training, in addition to improving the health of the heart and reducing the possibility of arthritis or the growth of cancer cells.

At that time, a number of participants in a French study lost an extra 2 pounds (0.91 kilograms) of fat when they consumed fish oil at a rate of 6 grams every day for only 3 weeks.

At that time, a group of Australian scientists recently discovered that consuming fish oil while maintaining exercise may add to your body's fat-burning rate during training.

 Try intermittent fasting

In a recent study, a group of mice managed to maintain a fit body, despite feeding them a group of meals that are high in fat and calories. Whereas the other group gained more weight by feeding them with the same group of meals, and the difference lies in setting specific times for feeding the first group and not specifying the time for the other. Extending the time between meals seeks to raise insulin sensitivity and burn more fat.

 Eat your biggest meal after exercising

Your body requires carbohydrates and starches after a heavy workout to restore glucose stores and maintain muscle. This is the same time when metabolism levels and insulin sensitivity are at their highest levels.

That's why enjoy eating your bigger meal during the day after you exercise, and cut back on your other portion sizes to avoid storing unwanted fats.

 Drink water as soon as you wake up

The body is in a dehydrated state towards you waking from sleep. Dehydration cripples the loss of fats because the metabolism process slows down towards your body's loss of fluids. The good thing about this is that you can return the subjects to normal by drinking water as soon as you wake up from the hibernation. One of the Hungarian studies in the Journal of Metabolism and Clinical Endocrinology suggests that drinking two cups of water adds to the metabolism rate by 30% after 30-40 minutes.