Busting The Top Myths of Metabolism 

If you are on your weight loss journey, you must have read hundreds of articles about slow metabolism, how it affects your body weight and ways to fasten it. The urge to lose body fat can cause one to delve deeper into the sciences. Metabolism often gets blamed when someone cannot lose or gain weight. However, the internet does not always have reliable information. 

Metabolism is the process by which your body processes the food and beverages you eat and drink. Now, in some bodies, it is faster, and in some, slow. If you are unable to lose weight, learning the right facts about metabolism is important. Maintaining a fast metabolism can be helpful, especially if you are considering a body sculpting procedure. 

Busting the top myths of metabolism 

  • Your metabolism slows down as you get older. 

This is not entirely true. Your age is not the only factor responsible for a slower metabolism. As you age, you decrease muscle mass due to inactivity and lesser movement. Lower muscle mass also means that your body burns less calories. Therefore, in order to be fit, you need to follow the same old advice: be active and avoid a sedentary lifestyle. 

  • Eating breakfast boosts your metabolism. 

There is no doubt that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and provides vital nutrients to the body. However, breakfast is not going to boost your metabolism. In a study, no difference in calories burned was found between people who had breakfast and those who skipped the meal. Moreover, those who skip breakfast seem to compensate for their hunger by having a larger meal later. 

  • Thinner people have a higher metabolism. 

You may have seen some people eat whatever they want in large amounts and still not gain any weight. These people seem to eat but never get a change in waist size. This is because thinner people have a slower metabolism than larger people. However, the amount of calories you burn depends on how much muscle weight you have. Boosting muscle mass with gym training sessions can help with weight loss. 

  • You can out-exercise a bad diet. 

No number of hours in the gym will help you burn calories and maintain a fit body unless you have a nutritious diet. Running on the treadmill and lifting weights is important, but so is eating the essential vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbs, etc. The majority of people on their weight loss journey lose at the dining table in front of the food spread. 

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