Foods That Slow Down Your Metabolism

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Foods That Slow Down Your Metabolism

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Metabolism plays a vital role in keeping you healthy, slim and fit. Eat good foods have a great impact on the metabolism but knowing about the foods that slow it down is very important. Low metabolism also triggers problem like indigestion, slow down fat burning capability and also disrupt hormones.

Here are below-mentioned foods that ruin your metabolism and weight loss efforts.

Donuts
Donuts has large amount sugar which is really bad for the metabolism. Moreover, the donuts are often deep fry in oil which is enough to slow down your metabolism. Instead, you can consume baked donuts if they are made with healthier flour which will provide extra fiber and will boost the metabolism.

Pasta
Pasta can cause a spike in your blood sugar. It will make you lethargic after and less likely to exercise. This will have a negative effect on your metabolism.

Colas
The caffeine in colas can reduce your metabolism. The soft drinks contain enough added sugar which will wreak havoc on your metabolism. In this regard consume water and if you crave for soft drinks consume natural juices to kill the craving.

Fast Food
The consumption of fast food has a bad impact on our health. It also slow down your metabolism. The fast food also contains MSG which is unhealthy.

White Bread
White bread slows down the metabolism as the fibre has removed during processing. The foods that are high in fibre like whole wheat bread can boost your metabolism.

Artificial Sweeteners
Artificial sweeteners including aspartame and sucralose which are most dangerous for metabolism. Aspartame and sucralose (Splenda) can stimulate your appetite and also increase cravings for carbohydrates.

Refined Grains
Eating lots of refined grains may also affect your metabolism and weight loss efforts. Even many products that assumed to be healthy can add empty calories to your diet.

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