5. The holy water
Everyone has already heard it: You should drink between two and three liters of water a day so that your metabolism and kidneys can work properly. The more water you drink, the better your metabolism works. Cold water in particular is of great advantage, as the body needs energy here to warm the liquid back up to body temperature. It is important that you only drink water and do not add any flavor enhancers.
Water is important for the entire body because humans are mostly made up of water. Heart and bone function depend on water, as it contains a lot of calcium, iron and magnesium.
6. Protein for more muscles
Protein-rich foods include eggs, legumes, nuts, dairy products and meat. These give the body a lot of energy. This leads to a thermal effect that burns the calories faster during digestion. The intestines take longer to digest the food. That is why the metabolism is so boosted. The muscle mass increases, so that at the same time more fat is burned. You feel much fuller at the end of the day.
Proteins transport substances that are vital for the body. The proteins are formed from certain amino acids, which ensure that muscle mass is maintained and built up and also get the hormones going. Proteins are also needed for cell regeneration.
7. Dangerous chili peppers
Chili peppers contain the chemical substance capsaicin, which stimulates the metabolism. Chili burns the calories in the body. Fat metabolism works like crazy, as does energy expenditure, as heat production in the body is increased. Ten milligrams of the chili pepper alone are enough to lose weight successfully.
Chili also reduces appetite and even improves insulin sensitivity. The carbohydrates are inhibited, which is a wonderful effect. A chili pepper is high in vitamin C, iron, vitamin B6, magnesium, vitamin B12, vitamin D and calcium. Chili is therefore very healthy, but many people reject it because they cannot tolerate it well.
8. Crunchy legumes
Lentils, beans and peas are legumes that do not go down well with everyone, as they often cause bloating because they have a very high thermal effect. They are high in protein and therefore offer the intestines a lot of work. Legumes fill you up and require more energy to digest. Beans, peas, and lentils are high in fiber, which the gut can even use as prebiotics. This means an unbreakable food component that promotes the growth of bacteria in the so-called large intestine.
These healthy bacteria are important for ideal fat metabolism and blood sugar regulation. Legumes contain a lot of vitamin B1, folate, magnesium, zinc, iron and vitamin B6.
9. Stimulating coffee
Coffee has a high caffeine content and makes you jittery. Therefore, the metabolism is also stimulated. Coffee also promotes fat metabolism. Most lean people drink a lot of coffee. However, this does not always have to be the case, since each metabolism absorbs the ingredients differently. As a rule, however, coffee can help with a diet.
Coffee beans contain a lot of iron, vitamin B6, magnesium, vitamin C, calcium, vitamin B12 and vitamin D. In small amounts, coffee is very healthy. Of course, one should not drink too much of it, because that would damage the heart. Those who drink coffee suffer less from depression, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.