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BEST NATURAL METHOD TO RESET YOUR METABOLISM

Here are the 5 pillars to focus on when it comes to naturally rebooting your metabolism:

  • Exercising, including using weights & doing higher-intensity workouts at least 2x a week
  • Eating a balanced, low-sugar, whole-foods-based diet that includes protein at every meal — and eating at regular times throughout the day
  • Sleeping 7-8 hours every night
  • Being more active in general — not only does this burn more calories, but it also “primes” your body to release more fat-burning enzymes
  • Have an outlet for your stress — whether it’s meditation, exercise, hobbies, or talking it out with a friend

THEN… once you get your habits squared away, you can start adding a few “extras” to give you a little boost:

  • Be diligent about drinking at least 8-10 glasses of water a day
  • Add spicy foods to your weekly rotation
  • Drink a moderate amount (1-2 cups) of unsweetened coffee or green/oolong tea a day 
  • Get your vitamin D levels checked because low levels are linked to less energy and a slower metabolism.

Naturally resetting your metabolism is like doing a “reset” on your health and fitness, from the inside out!

I hope this info helps you move closer to your goals. 🚀

Lyonel Lumarque

www.GetLyonStrong.com

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LYONEL LUMARQUE

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