Catechins in green tea, the powerful antioxidants can increase metabolism. Researchers at the University of Tokushima School of Medicine in Japan found that subjects who consumed 690 milligrams of catechins from green tea daily had significantly lower body mass indexes and smaller waist measurements than those in a control group.
In 1986, researchers at Oxford Polytechnic in the UK found that eating one spicy meal can boost your metabolism by as much as 25 per cent for up to three hours after you finish eating. More recently, a study from Laval University in Canada found that men who consumed coffee, plus chilli were able to burn nearly 400 more kilojoules a day when compare with control group.
High-quality protein diet
High-protein diets has buring powers twice as much than high-carbohydrate diets. Start your metabolism with eggs and end your day with high-quality protein like fish, soy beans.
No skipping meals
Get away from any sort of diet. Spread out meals throughout the day. Have 5-6 meals a day about 3 hours apart. Skipping meals lets your body’s kilojoule burning furnace go cold.