Faster functioning of the metabolism, in practice means less fat accumulation, better functioning of the digestive system and overall improvement of health, therefore, many try to find ways to speed up their metabolism.
In addition to exercising and a certain dietary correction, as proven helpers and even by adding certain spices to your diet, you can speed up your metabolism.
The famous substance capsacin, is great for speeding up your metabolism. It is known that it generates additional heat in the body, but at the same time it raises the metabolic rate.
Scientific research has found that the use of hot peppers as a spice, the metabolism accelerates by about 5 percent, and is also found to increase fat oxidation by 16 percent, allowing the body to burn more fatty deposits.
Root also known as ginger, who has gained fame for its healing properties, is also a great ally on the way to accelerating metabolism. The gingerolent substance is the main gingerbread weapon, and this substance is very similar to the aforementioned capsacin.
Apart from the possibility of salads, ginger is very effective when placed in warm or hot water, the drinking of which accelerates the process of food processing.
The famous Indian mix of spices known as turmeric is an inevitable part of the kitchen of one of the most populous countries in the world. Curcumin is a component that works as an antioxidant and prevents the development of some of the most dangerous diseases of our time and thus accelerates metabolism.
Studies have shown that the consumption of turmeric can be directly related to reduced levels of insulin and leptin resistance, which is otherwise believed to regulate the process of fat accumulation in the body.
The famous cinnamon spice, not only has an interesting flavor, also helps in type 2 diabetes by lowering blood glucose, fighting with an increased triglyceride, cholesterol and high blood pressure.
In addition, it helps in the efficient processing of sugar, reducing the possibility of storing it in the form of fat.
Caraway (Carum Carvi)
Although it does not appear to be so familiar, the caraway is still widely used in kitchens around the world and its positive features indicate that it needs to be used more and more. Caraway also reduces “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides, and increases the level of “good” cholesterol.
The caraway temporarily accelerates the metabolism, as well as the peppers, and is one of the foods that stimulate the melting of fatty deposits and weight loss.