Advances in ISSN: 2378-3168 AOWMC

Obesity, Weight Management & Control
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Volume 3 Issue 3

Healthy weight loss by boosting metabolism -- not reducing calories!!!

Mohamed M Hassan
Hassan Chiropractic & Natural healing, USA
Received: October 15, 2015 | Published: October 26, 2015
Correspondence: Mohamed M Hassan, President at Hassan Chiropractic & Natural healing, USA, Email
Citation: Hassan MM. Healthy weight loss by boosting metabolism -- not reducing calories!!! Adv Obes Weight Manag Control. 2015;3(3):200. DOI: 10.15406/aowmc.2015.03.00057

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Boosting Metabolism is the way to lose weight–Not reducing Calories!! Metabolism is simply the amount of Energy, or Calories, your body needs to sustain itself. And the higher your metabolism is, the less likely you are to have excess body fat. In fact, increasing your body's metabolism is one very effective way to lose weight. –Boosting metabolism with proper nutrition and exercise

  1. Eat more Protein (needs more energy to digest) & Fibers–like vegetables and fruits (fibers uses more energy but not metabolized) –but it help eliminate the body waste products–using more energy to digest and metabolize for help the body to lose weight
  2. Exercise - especially muscle tone exercise – uses more energy to build muscle tone (help the body to lose weight -- by using more energy)
  3. Modify lifestyle–help the body lose weight (Calories)
  4. Treat any endocrine / metabolic disorder ( check with your physician)

(Note: Weight loss (is equal to)=losing more Calories)

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