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13 Easy Ways to Burn Fat All Day (And 12 Don’t Include Exercise)

13 Easy Ways to Burn Fat All Day
Everyone has met someone who seems to have the perfect metabolism. Regardless of what they eat or how often they exercise, they maintain a slim waist and always seem to have plenty of energy. Of course, you cannot change the genetics you were born with or what your natural metabolism is like.

However, with these 13 tips, you can boost your metabolism and burn more fat all day long.

1. EAT FREQUENTLY
No more skipping meals to try to save calories! In fact, you may want to increase how much you eat. Getting three meals and two snacks per day helps your metabolism runs smoothly all day long, while going long periods without food may actually slow your metabolism down.

2. EAT CLEAN
Fruits, vegetables, protein, and whole grains should make up the vast majority of your diet. Processed foods are difficult for your body to digest and they may make your metabolism sluggish.

3. EAT FIRST THING IN THE MORNING
Metabolism slows down overnight while you are sleeping, not eating, and not being active. Eating a good breakfast right away lets your metabolism know that you are up and moving, so it should be too.

4. VITAMIN D
Sunlight does tons of good things for your health. It can also help your metabolism stay speedy. High vitamin D levels are linked to healthy metabolism levels, and the best way to get vitamin D is by getting into the sun.

5. GET PERIODIC EXERCISE
Regular movement keeps your metabolism functioning at max efficiency. This does not mean hitting the gym multiple times per day. Just taking the stairs or taking a quick walk break around the office is enough.

6. MAKE SURE YOUR SNACKS HAVE PROTEIN
Protein is a superfood for your metabolism. Instead of carb-heavy snacks, which may digest quickly and leave you hungry for more, stick with protein-based snacks.

7. SHORT, FREQUENT WORKOUTS
You do not need to spend an hour or more in the gym to get the effects of a workout. Short HIIT workouts are fantastic for your metabolism and your fat-burning ability. Try to get a workout in first thing in the morning to kick your metabolism into high gear.

8. FILL UP ON CALCIUM
Hitting your calcium intake everyday has been demonstrated to support metabolism. Your body needs calcium to process the vitamin D you’re getting from the sun.

9. EAT LIKE A EUROPEAN
This means eating a large breakfast, a medium-sized lunch, and a small dinner. This means that your body isn’t trying to digest a huge meal when your metabolism is least active—at night.

10. EPSOM SALT BATH
A nightly Epsom salt bath can draw out toxins and kick up your metabolism. Just add one cup of Epsom salts to your bath.

11. COLD SHOWER
A cold shower early in the morning can shock your metabolic system and help it move into high gear.

12. STAY HYDRATED
Water is one of the cornerstones of your health. Make sure you are staying hydrated all day long to support your metabolism.

13. GET ENOUGH SLEEP
Metabolism suffers when your sleep suffers. Getting at least seven to nine hours of sleep per night preps your metabolism for the day ahead.

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