Research published in the journal Molecular Metabolism suggests that a single workout can boost your metabolism for a short period of time.
Research published in the US National Library of Medicine suggests that drinking 500 mL of water can temporarily increase your metabolic rate by about 30%.
If you're looking for a quick way to boost your metabolism, try adding more leafy greens to your plate.
Research published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition suggests that a vegetarian diet helps boost metabolism by reducing muscle mass.
Research published by BMC Endocrine Disorders suggests that regular short-burst exercise, such as sprints, can help boost metabolism.
Research published in the US National Library of Medicine suggests that consuming healthy amounts of protein can help with weight management and boost your metabolism.
Research from Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University suggests that fasting can boost your metabolism and produce antioxidants.
Newhouse tells the Texas A&M Health Center that eating breakfast on a daily basis can also help support your metabolism.
A study from Northwestern University suggests that exposure to blue light in the morning and evening can have a negative effect on your metabolism.
Research published in the US National Library of Medicine suggests that eating spicy foods can increase your metabolic rate.