11 Tips To Boost Your Metabolism

These 11 tips will help boost your metabolism and burn more fat.


Your metabolism slows down overnight while you sleep. Eating a good breakfast first thing in the morning wakes up your metabolism and prepares it for the rest of the day.

Vitamin D

Sunlight is great for your health. It can also boost your metabolism. High Vitamin D levels are linked to healthy metabolism levels. The best way to get Vitamin D is by getting into the sun!

Eat All Your Meals

Skipping meals to cut calories actually can slow down your metabolism. Eating three meals and two snacks per day helps your metabolism run smoothly.

Eat a large breakfast, a medium sized lunch, and a small dinner.

Eat Clean

Eating fruits, vegetables, protein, and whole grains is very good for you. Processed foods are hard for the body to digest and they make your metabolism sluggish.


Regular movement allows your metabolism to function at max efficiency. This doesn’t mean you have to hit the gym multiple times a day. Choosing to take the stairs or walking that extra few blocks will make all the difference. Getting a short workout in first thing in the morning,


Protein is a superfood for the metabolism. Instead of eating carb-heavy snacks, which digest quickly and leave you hungry, stick with protein-based snacks.


People who had 1500 milligrams of calcium a day gained less fat than those who didn’t.

Epsom Salt Bath

Add about one or two mugs of Epsom salts to a hot bath. Epsom salts are an ancient remedy for drawing toxins out of your body. Taking one or two Epsom salt baths a week can help speed weight loss.

Cold Shower

Cold showers in the morning can shock your metabolic system and help it move into a higher gear.

Stay Hydrated

Water is a cornerstones of health. Stay hydrated all day to support your metabolism.


Lack of sleep causes a spike in the stress hormone cortisol, this disturbs blood sugar and is proven to lead to weight gain.

Ariana Marisol is a contributing staff writer for REALfarmacy.com. She is an avid nature enthusiast, gardener, photographer, writer, hiker, dreamer, and lover of all things sustainable, wild, and free. Ariana strives to bring people closer to their true source, Mother Nature. She graduated The Evergreen State College with an undergraduate degree focusing on Sustainable Design and Environmental Science.

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