Winning at Weight Loss

May 11, 2021

Article shared from: https://aeryonwellness.com/weight-loss-metabolism/

Woman in kitchen, slicing a pear.With our pants fitting a little snug, it’s safe to say many of us are feeling the weight of the CoVID 15lbs.

However, in the game of weight loss we often focus on cutting calories, but did you know the higher your metabolism, the more calories you burn and the easier it is to maintain your weight or get rid of unwanted body fat.

Now do I have your attention??

Protein rich foods such as meat, fish, eggs, dairy, legumes, nuts and seeds, could help increase your metabolism for a few hours, by requiring more energy to digest them, this also keeps you fuller, thus preventing overeating.

In addition protein assists the body in the creation and maintenance of lean muscle tissue. Studies have shown that muscle burns roughly 50 times more than fat. Which is all the more reason to incorporate daily resistance exercises in your weight loss plan.

Foods rich in iron, zinc and selenium like meat, seafood, legumes, nuts and seeds promote the proper function of your thyroid, which helps maintain a healthy metabolism.

Then capsaicin, a compound found in chili peppers, may help slightly increase metabolism and fat oxidation. Recently, a review of 20 research studies reports that capsaicin can help your body burn around 50 extra calories per day and may even have appetite-reducing properties.

Then lets not forget water. Drinking enough water is a great way to stay hydrated and may boost metabolism by 24-30%.

While certain foods can increase your metabolic rate, we must remember that there are many important parts to a healthy metabolism such as exercise, sleep and stress support.  Just remember its all fun and games until your metabolism slows down.

Dont know where to start? Click here to access the "Lose the Excuses" meal plans along with helpful resources and supplement recommendations such as Lose it, to help you in your weight loss journey.

About the Löse It Product

Löse It works by promoting estrogen metabolism and a healthy balance of estrogen in the body, while supporting fat loss through increased thermogenesis and calorie burning. Unlike other fat burners that only boost thermogenesis, Lose it works to balance out the female hormonal system and unlock estrogen’s hold on your fat-burning potential.

How does Löse It work?

Lose it metabolism support works by promoting estrogen metabolism and a healthy balance of estrogen in the body, while supporting fat loss through increased thermogenesis and calorie burning. Unlike other fat burners that only boost thermogenesis, Lose it works to balance out the female hormonal system and unlock estrogen’s hold on your fat-burning potential.

What is Löse It made of?

Löse It is a scientifically backed, all-natural formula that works to promote a healthy endocrine (hormonal) system by balancing estrogen in the body and stimulating the metabolism to burn off excess fat.

By using ingredients like Indol-3-carbinol, Red Pepper Extract, L-Carnitine, Vitamin B12, Olive Leaf, Caffeine and Green Tea this herbal support supplement can promote weight loss, balance hormones, suppress appetite and enhance your workouts.

Is Löse It right for me?

If you find yourself at a weight loss plateau, suffering from low energy, experiencing estrogen dominance weight gain in your stomach and mid section or needing that extra motivation to get through your workouts, Lose It will provide you the relief you need. The Lose it Metabolism Support Supplement can also be used alongside Water B Gone for the ultimate weight loss stack.

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