Are you a women who’s noticed over the past years, or so, that your metabolism has gone down the drain? Unfortunately when you hit 30, 40, 50 it just ain’t working like it used to and you find yourself gaining weight especially in the belly area
Which leads you to ask the question… what the heck happened??? It just doesn’t seem like this weight is wanting to move. What’s the deal metabolism?!
When we get up in age hormones are different, our body structure isn’t the same, and we start to lose some muscle mass, which effects metabolism as well. But there’s defiantly a way to counteract that!
The typical American diet doesn’t do well with boosting metabolism, it’s actually doing the opposite so even if you’re a person in your 30s, 40s, 50s, ect. if you feel like your metabolism isn’t working as it should usually changing your diet will defiantly help you out… but I have one better then that. That is, simply drinking a 16 ounce glass of cold water will boost your metabolism over the next hour to 90 minutes and by a strong 30%.
So if all you have to do is drink a glass of water to boost metabolism… do it… super simple!
Now the kicker is you can’t just sip on it throughout the day you actually have to drink it within 10 to 15 minutes or so.
To get the best bennies increase your water intake by 1.5 liters a day. This will help you lose weight overall for the year. You’ll be able to burn 17,400 calories a year when done consistently … this equals 5 pounds total for the year.
Now I know in the grand scheme of things 5 pounds a year may not seem like a lot, but let me put it into perspective for you… Now around the ages of 25 to 44 for the average person who weighs about 160 lbs. on average will gain about 5 to 8 pounds a year. This is how we slowly pick of the weight gain over the years and then we wake up and we’re 35 or 40 and we’re like where did this all come from?! It just slowly gradually comes on… so if you’re gaining about 5 to 8 pounds a year on average… then 5 pounds just from dirking a glass of water and upping your water intake by 1.5 liters a day is a lot!