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Balance your Metabolism

Key to a disease free healthy life lies in how much metabolically active you are.And here comes the expertise of Dr Kalpana Jain OBESITY AND METABOLIC EXPERT  who help their patients to improve their metabolism and thus reverse diabetes ,obesity, pcos etc and have sustained effects for rest of the life. She has vast knowledge on managing your weight and metabolism.


Fat-burning ingredients like protein, spicy peppers and green tea have been proven to bump up metabolism. Eat some form of these foods, especially protein, at every meal. Protein is especially important: It takes more calories to digest than other foods and also helps the body build fat-burning lean muscle tissue. Water also helps you to lose weight and keep it off. It increases your metabolism and helps  you to feel fill up before meals.

If you drink black coffee and eat spicy foods, you may benefit, but the strongest effects can be seen with quality supplements. Lack of sleep is linked to a major increase in the risk of obesity. This may partly be caused by the negative effects of sleep deprivation on metabolism. Lack of sleep has also been linked to increased blood sugar levels and insulin resistance, both of which are linked to a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. It’s also been shown to affect levels of ghrelin, the hunger hormone, and leptin, a hormone that controls fullness. This could explain why many people who are sleep-deprived often feel hungry and may have difficulty losing weight when weight loss is their goal.

Dr. kalpana further explains more on how to control their eating habits, maintain regular physical exercises and improve their metabolism. Following a nutritious, well-rounded eating plan and getting plenty of physical activity is the best way to support a metabolism with health-promoting benefits. Other tips listed above may also be beneficial, such as staying well hydrated, enjoying coffee or tea in moderation, and getting plenty of sleep.

Making small lifestyle changes and incorporating these tips into your routine can help increase your metabolism. Having a higher metabolism can help you lose weight and keep it off, if that is your goal, while also giving you more energy.