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15 Foods That Will Set Your Metabolism On Fire

15. Avocado


Avocados are great for giving your metabolism the kick-start it needs thanks to oleic acid, which is a compound in healthy monounsaturated fats. According to research, this can actually trigger your body to stop hunger and target belly fat. Sign us up! We’re all for some guacamole and fat burning! You can also change up eating avocados and make healthy avocado smoothies


14. Tempeh

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If you’re looking to support your metabolism, tempeh is a great food to add into your daily diet. Thanks to being high in riboflavin and niacin, these vitamins activate enzymes that assist your metabolism in functioning. Not only will this help control hunger, but it’s also known to nourish the skin and eyes as well.


13. Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds are all the rage in the health food world these days and for good reason. They’re high in fiber, omega-3s, and protein, which is a trifecta for speeding up your metabolism and increasing fat burning. Simply adding them to a smoothie or even a pudding for dessert can be an easy way to incorporate chia seeds into your diet and reap the fat burning results. Buying bulk chia seeds will help you when prepping for your smoothies and will provide less hurdles when putting your ingredients together. Sometimes it’s hard getting the ingredients for a healthy smoothie. If you are looking for convenience at a low price, consider getting your smoothies as a monthly subscription.

12. Asparagus

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Asparagus is a low-caloric, nutrient-dense vegetable, packed with vitamins and minerals that help curb hunger and promote weight loss. If you’re looking to give your metabolism a boost and jump start your weight loss, we suggest adding a serving of this into your daily food intake.

11. Spicy Peppers

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Whether it’s a jalapeno or the more dangerous habanero, spicy peppers are known for giving your metabolism a healthy kick! Due to containing a high dose of capsaicin, peppers assist in increasing your circulation, curbing your appetite, and burning fat. Some studies have revealed that eating peppers before a meal can increase your metabolic rate up to a whopping 25 percent!

10. Purified Water

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While drinking water may seem like a no-brainer, studies have shown that it helps speed up your metabolism and it increases the rate you burn fat. One study conducted in Germany found that not only did drinking half your body weight in water assist with fat burning but it also improved digestive function as well.

9. Green Tea

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Research has found that green tea is an excellent help in losing weight and improving the way your metabolism functions. Thanks to its high dose of antioxidants, which help eliminate free radicals, not to mention its modest level of caffeine content, green tea is an excellent addition to any diet, especially for those looking to shed some pounds.

8. Beans

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According to nutrition experts, both protein and fiber are essential to boosting your metabolism. Beans are the perfect choice for turning your body into a fat-burning furnace, thanks to its high protein levels. Nutritionists say boosting your protein intake naturally triggers your body to burn more calories because of the lengthy digestion process. Just remember that beans tend to be the “magical fruit,” so make sure to eat them in moderation.

7. Bone Broth

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Nutritionist and author, Sara Vance goes into detail about the benefits of bone broth in her book, “The Perfect Metabolism Plan.” Due to high levels of protein, collagen, and minerals in the broth, it improves digestion and helps with assimilating nutrients. Better digestion equals faster metabolism, so start drinking that broth!

6. Salmon

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Rich in omega-3s and fatty acid chains, salmon is an excellent source of protein that can give your metabolism a kick in the pants. Research shows that a protein-rich diet is a perfect solution to transforming your body, improving digestion, and increasing your metabolic rate. However, we recommend avoiding farmed salmon; make sure it is organic and caught in the wild.

5. Chocolate

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Now, before you reach for a Hershey’s bar, when we say chocolate is good for fat burning we are talking about dark chocolate (AKA raw cacao). It’s an excellent source of magnesium and the fat-burning hormone adiponectin will spike your metabolism and get you shedding pounds and inches in no time.

4. Celery

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While many people think of celery as a useless vegetable that is basically water, research has found it’s a great low-caloric food that can stimulate digestion and help burn fat due to its extremely high fiber content. Plus, it’s really good with peanut butter, which is high in protein, so try that as a snack instead of reaching for the chips.



3. Apple Cider Vinegar

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There have been several schools of thought that apple cider vinegar can help boost your metabolism and improve digestion. Known as a “California Kicker,” drinking a shot of apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, and cayenne pepper has been found to increase the metabolism and improve fat-burning. Just be aware, it packs a punch in the flavor department.

2. Cinnamon

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Research has found that spices can help boost the metabolism, and cinnamon is considered to be the best among them according to experts. Thanks to cinnamon’s thermogenic properties, your body will automatically burn more calories during the day if you add it to your diet. It’s suggested that you add ¼ of a teaspoon of cinnamon to your daily diet.

1. Coconut Oil

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While it may seem odd to consume fats, such as oil, to help increase your metabolism and lose weight, there are actually good fats that help burn fat (as strange as it may sound). Coconut oil is high in medium-chain fatty acids, which are easily converted by the body into energy. Research also suggests that coconut oil supports the thyroid gland, which is an essential part of a healthy metabolism.