Don’t we all want to shed those extra kilos super fast and get back into shape? We follow strict diets and starve ourselves but that doesn’t really help with the process does it?

Metabolism is the process through which our body helps convert the calories into energy and burn excess calories resulting in losing weight as well.

Skipping meals and starving ourselves actually slows down the metabolic rate resulting in slowing down of the actual weight loss journey.


Here are four easy tips and tricks to incorporate into your daily life to help you boost your metabolism and help you stay healthy and fit.


Let’s be honest, don’t we all need a big mug of coffee as soon as we are out of bed to help us wake up and kick start our day.

The good news is that coffee is actually very good to increase your metabolism rate and also helps reduce physical exertion. In fact, studies show that a normal amount of caffeine consumption can help you increase your metabolic rate by 3 to 11% but always remember, an excess of everything is bad.

Too much consumption of caffeine can cause insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks etc and hamper with your health. After a period of time, our body gets used to the cycle and it would stop showing results, to help with that you can take breaks of a week or two in between and then continue with the cycle.



While trying to lose weight we are often told to eat less but the thing is if you eat too little it will actually slow down your metabolic rate as your body will go into survival mode because your body will not have enough energy to work normally so it will start storing the calories instead of burning it and that will automatically slow down the metabolic rate.

Eating 4-6 portion controlled well-balanced meals every 3-4 hours throughout the day gives adequate nutrition to the body and helps you to maintain the resting metabolic rate in order to burn the calories.

Try avoiding skipping meals because it can end up in eating too much at once in the next sitting which also slows down the metabolism rate of your body. In order to keep your metabolism rate strong always remember to eat a certain amount of calories a day and maintain a healthy and a balanced diet.



Did you know drinking cold water can actually help you lose weight faster? Yes, it's true. Starting your day with a cold glass of water can actually help boost up your metabolism.

This is because when you consume cold water, your body starts working a lot faster to bring it down to normal body temperature. This helps in burning calories and further resulting in increasing your metabolism rate.

In fact, you burn eight more calories for every glass of cold water as compared to a glass of water at room temperature. This is a great tip for people with a slow metabolism rate or even trying to lose a bit of weight.



If you are a gym freak and what to lose those extra kilograms fast a High-Intensity Interval Training is just the way to go about it. It is one of the best workouts to help increase your metabolism rate enabling your body burn more and more fat as you rest.

The best part about HIIT workouts is that you still keep burning those calories even after you are done with the workout. This happens because it triggers a certain reaction called EPOC meaning Excess Pose Exercise Oxygen Consumption.

Muscles are more metabolically active than fat and by increasing muscles, you help in increasing the metabolism. Weight training basically helps you to retain the muscles and reduces muscle drop which can happen during weight loss.

This adds lean muscle tissue which further increases your resting metabolic rate resulting in burning more calories throughout the day.


CONCLUSION: Making such minor changes in your daily routine can help you to boost your metabolism and also significantly help you in losing weight.


Do let us know if these tips and tricks helped you in any way and don't forget to share and comment below for any queries. Don't hesitate to share your valuable feedback with us.


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