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Food and Metabolism
By Terje Ellingsen

Which food should you eat and which drinks should you drink to increase your metabolism and thus increase your weight loss? Is there a connection between food and metabolism? Actually there are many types of food and drinks that increase your metabolic activity. We will describe a few foods that surely could be incorporated in a fat burning diet. Why not start with them?

Green Tea has proven to increase metabolism. This has been showed in quite a few studies now, and most conclusions are that this drink seems to raise metabolic rates with fat loss as a result. It also contains significant antioxidant components, which protects you from heart disease, stroke and even cancer. Add this to is a metabolism boost, and you'll get real value for your money.

We all know that lean muscle mass increases metabolism. The more muscles the higher metabolic rate. Protein builds your muscles. If you add about 5 grams of protein per pound of your body weight, you'll cover your daily need for protein. There is a drink that your should consume less of if you want increased metabolism. Research has showed that alcohol may suppress your body’s ability to metabolize fat. When drinking alcohol, your body metabolises fat more slowly than without when having a meal. So slow down your alcohol intake.

These were only a few tips of what to eat and drink to increase you metabolism. Start here and follow more tips later.

Terje Brooks Ellingsen is a writer and internet marketer. He runs the website 11-Weight-Loss.net. Terje enjoys to give advice and help people with fat burning diets like negative calorie food and high protein diets.

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