The more efficient your metabolism is, the more food you will burn as energy instead of storing it as fat. If you want to give your metabolism a jump start as part of your new Phentermine 37.5 mg regimen, put these secrets into practice.
Make Interval Training A Habit
Interval training, or switching between intense workouts and rest periods, gets your metabolism working.
“This places a high metabolic demand on the body, burns lots of calories in a short amount of time, produces a high post-workout calorie burn, and helps to improve one’s fitness level,” says personal trainer Kathleen Trotter. “Plus, intervals are a fantastic workout regardless of your fitness level; you adapt the interval intensity to fit your current capacity.”
Take More Supplements
Use supplements to boost your metabolism.
“First thing in the morning, I take cayenne to increase circulation,” notes certified personal trainer Jeff Miller. “After a big meal, I take some vegetarian digestive enzymes. Before bed, I take plant-based vitamin D, magnesium, and some liquid herbs such as astragalus and echinacea. After I’ve been sick, I’ll take a bulb of organic garlic and eat it by itself. When I’m done training, I like to drink wheatgrass or spirulina.”
Start The Day With Cardio
Make cardio workouts part of your morning routine to help your metabolism work for you all day long.
“Do it before eating breakfast,” says New York City-based fitness expert Reggie Chambers. “It can even be a low-intensity walk on the treadmill.”
You’ll also get that endorphin boost that helps you feel good for the rest of the day.
Don’t Forget To Eat
You still need to eat to keep your metabolism active.
“Not eating enough throughout the day can make your metabolism sluggish,” says nutritionist Amy Shapiro. “By the time you eat dinner, instead of immediately using that food for energy, your body is aggressively storing it as fat, just in case it will be deprived again.”