If you want to have a strong healthy core, it is important to combine your abdominal workout exercises with a healthy diet. Here I would like to address the ways you can enhance your metabolism efficiently and proactively.
How to Burn Excess Fat
Starting with a rigorous exercise is beneficial. It burns calories, boosts your energy and metabolism. But let’s go beyond the obvious – beyond the things you’ve heard a million times. What are other areas of your life you can focus on to aid in your weight loss?
Catch Enough Zz’s… But Not Too Much
Health professionals recommend 8 hours of sleep per night. Too much or too little sleep will affect your metabolism – and lower your energy level, what will impede your drive to exercise and be active.
Address the Stress
If you tend to put off your abdominal workout exercises and nervously snack, losing weight can be a huge challenge. Studies have shown a link between stress and increased fat storage in the abdominal area. Cortisol, a steroid hormone that initiates fat storage, is released during periods of prolonged stress. You need to find ways to lower your stress level during the day. Many people find benefits in meditating, taking regular walks, or reading.
In addition to managing your stress on a daily basis, you can also control cortisol secretions with proper doses of vitamin C. Get a healthy intake of foods like red or green bell peppers, guava, brussels sprouts, kiwi, grapefruit, cantaloupe, and of course oranges.
Start On Soy
Apparently soy promotes weight loss more than dairy milk does. Just avoid products made with isolated soy protein.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Found in salmon, flaxseed, and walnuts, Omega-3 oils have numerous health benefits. Studies show that these oils increase metabolism, reduce inflammation, and boost heart health.
The Most Important Tip Of All
DON’T starve yourself. You need to eat for good physical and mental health. Dieting is all about finding a healthy balance and lifestyle for lifelong results.