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How to Raise Metabolism and Metabolic Rate to Burn More Calories and Lose Weight, Questions/Answers/FAQs

Raised Metabolism
Why Some People Seem to Be Able to Eat
Anything They Like Without Gaining Weight

Diet Information - What is Metabolic Rate - What is the Best Weight Loss Program?

Why can some people eat anything and not gain weight?
Because they have naturally faster metabolisms.
This means they burn up calories at a faster rate than normal.

Why do they have faster metabolisms?
We don't know, exactly. It may be due to hormones or genetics.

How can I speed up my own metabolism?
The only effective way to speed up your metabolism is to take regular exercise.
The harder you work, the faster your metabolic rate.

Will pills help?
Absolutely not!

Many pills that claim to be able to boost your metabolism are either

Dangerous side-effects
In America, some over-the-counter weight loss supplements contain thyroid extract from animals, or other substances that (supposedly) act like human thyroid hormones to speed up metabolism.

Reported side-effects of these products include:

  • Nervousness and tremors
  • Bulging eyes
  • Racing heart beat
  • Diarrhea
  • Excessive sweating
  • And worse!

If you want to lose weight, choose the best diet and take regular exercise.

Reprinted with kind permission of Weight Loss Diet Information 2005


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