How To Turn Your Body From Fat Storing to Fat Burning Mode
Many people complain about how even though they have an exercise regime, they can’t lose weight. The reality is that our bodies are complex and sometimes even the best intentions can’t help us get over the problems we’re facing.
If you’re not losing weight or increasing it further, then there’s something seriously wrong that needs to be addressed.
Here are the some ways to turn your body from fat storing to fat burning mode:
The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped organ located in the base of your neck. It releases hormones that control metabolism the way your body uses energy. If you notice a digestive change, that’s probably because your thyroid organ is not functioning properly. This can be caused by too much stress and no rest. Check it with your doctor to get everything working properly.
The lives has many responsibilities and when it starts bearing the weight of unwanted toxins, the problems start. When the liver’s function decreases, it starts to affect the body. This can lead to many terrible effects, but it mainly impacts the body’s metabolism. Go on a liver detox and you’ll notice a major change in your weight. Avoid sweets and liquor.
When you pick muscle up, the metabolism increases. If you have been doing only cardio, consider doing weights and changing your exercise regime.
The adrenal glands also known as suprarenal glands are endocrine glands that produce a variety of hormones including adrenaline and the steroids aldosterone and cortisol. They are found above the kidneys. When the adrenal organs are put into excessive focus, they stop working properly. Stress can really influence on the adrenal organs and that’s why it’s important to relieve stress so that your organs can work properly.
There are many things that can affect your body’s functionality. You need to recognize them and put an end to it. Reset your body and make sure you get enough rest. Your body works best when it’s in peace.
Reduce your calories gradually
Jumping straight into a low-calorie diet is a shock to your system. When you go cold turkey, your body has no idea what’s going on so as a protective measure it clings onto your fat stores. Instead, ease your body into the diet by cutting your calories gradually.
Eat small meals more often
In simple terms, eating spurs your metabolism the process by which your body turns food into energy. Eating more often, then, may kick your metabolism into a higher gear more times per day. But, you must make sure that eating more often does not also mean eating more; it’s essential that you reduce your overall average daily calories.
Burning fat is all about keeping your metabolism churning. And when you’ve been snoozing all night, it’s safe to guess that your metabolism has been snoozing too. So get up, brush your teeth, and eat breakfast. The more protein-packed and substantial, the better.
Drink plenty of water
Not only is adequate water consumption great for your skin, hair, and internal organs, it may also help you lose weight. Drinking water may, according to some research, on its own cause your metabolism to spike. And, at the very least, drinking water before a meal can help fill you up.
Break up your workouts
Your metabolism spikes after every bout of physical activity. So if you can break up your hour workout into two half-hour chunks, you’ll get two spikes instead of one. Your body burns calories at a higher-rate after a workout sometimes for several hours after, and if you rejuvenate it later in the day, you’ll further enhance the effect.
Pair strength training with your cardio
Doing cardio is great for you, but doing cardio and lifting weights is even better for burning fat. If you want the most bang for your buck, you should do both.
Start a workout with strength training, then aerobic exercise
If you’re doing both cardio and lifting weights, it’s ideal if you do weights first and then do cardio in other words, “firm then burn!” Doing so helps keep your post-workout metabolism up for longer perhaps even all day.
Try interval training
This type of exercise routine can help you break up your workout without actually stopping your workout session. Interval training involves you going at an easy pace for a duration of time, and then going all out. You can also adjust the duration and pauses between the cycling back and forth. This can burn more calories and potentially increase your metabolism.
Give crosstraining a go
Whatever your workout is whether it’s a 15 minute walk with the dog or a 10K through the park your body gets used to it. You can actually burn fewer calories when your body is familiar with the level and type of exertion it’s experiencing. So to keep your body a bit off guard, try crosstraining. Consider it a good excuse to pick up that hobby you’ve been eying.
Stay off the scale if it helps your motivation
When you lose fat, you don’t necessarily lose muscle and muscle weighs more than fat. So consider that number on the scale arbitrary it’s much more about how you look and feel.
Find ways to reduce your stress
People under excess stress tend to make less healthy food choices, and they may also burn fat more slowly. Excessive stress is bad for your skin, it’s bad for your sleep, it’s bad for relationships it’s just bad overall. So find a healthy way to get rid of it! You’ll feel better no matter how much it helps you in losing body fat.
Get enough sleep
While everyone’s needs vary, plan to aim for around 7-9 hours a night. You may think that sleep would be counterproductive in losing fat, but properly rested bodies tend to process carbs more efficiently.
Get active in small ways
Even the slightest amount of activity is better than none at all. Studies show that fidgeters, on average, weigh less. Non-fidgeters are even more likely to store calories as fat. So in addition to cleaning the house, walking the dog, and parking on the far side of the parking lot, find time to fidget, if that’s your kind of thing!