How To Decrease Your Metabolism

By Subodh / July 16, 2014

That almost every single individual is concerned about weight is probably only a pardonable exaggeration. Majority of the times we only talk about reducing weight and burning the calories down. Rarely do we talk about slowing down the burning process of the calories and gaining weight. However, the fact of the matter is that you need to have the right weight for your body to function normally. If you are overweight there are certain types of health risks associated with it. If you are underweight, it has its own ensuing health problems. Additionally, whether you are below the normal weight or above it, you will not look your best. You will look your best only when your weight is normal. If your weight is less, you will want to increase it. The best way to do it is by reducing your metabolism rate. Different people have different body needs and metabolism rate.

Reduce The Number of Meals And Space Them Well

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For someone who is looking for weight gain may well be surprised by this fact. But this is true. Even weight gain starts with taking fewer meals than normal and also making sure that they are spaced well at regular time intervals. If you are still wondering how that is possible then here is the answer to your question. Weight gain is hugely affected by the metabolism rate. If you are someone who eats a lot and at short intervals then your body will work faster to burn the food. This in turn will increase the metabolism rate. On the other hand, eating less initially will slower down the rate of metabolism, which in turn will help in weight gain.

Reduce The Physical Activities

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It is a well known fact that people who exercise more burn the calories faster. Therefore, if you are looking to increase weight, you will need to cut down on your exercise time. You don’t need to stop working out completely but you can reduce the time at the gym. But working out is not the only form for physical activity. Your daily and routine physical activity also counts. For instance, if your office is just a few miles away and you prefer walking, it is better you start driving or taking public transport. The idea is to preserve the calories and not burn them. The more you will get involved in physical activities, the more you will burn the calories. The more you will burn the calories the lesser you will gain weight.

Give Green Signal To Extra Calories

Extra Calories

Underweight people can get so much liberal with what they eat; so much so that they become the subject of envy for overweight people. There are some people who can eat as much as they want and whatever they want and they never gain weight. But, as already mentioned, you need to cut down on your calorie burning activities of the day. After that, you need to start adding extra calories to your diet. If you add just 500 to 1000 extra calories per day to your diet and balance it with right amount of physical activities, you can gain substantial amount of weight in three months. But the problem with underweight people is that their appetite is also limited. There is only so much they can eat. If you can’t eat more than what your stomach allows, you can add more calories by being a little smart. For example, you can replace the baked food with deep fried food. Instead of drinking water with the meal you can drink beverages with high amount of calorie.

It Is Not Only About Metabolism

It is not only the rate of metabolism that determines whether you gain weight or not. There are other factors involved too. As discussed above, amount of calorie intake is one big factor. Other than that, your daily physical activities also determine the rate at which your body gains weight. There are certain things which may also be beyond your control. If the tendency of being underweight runs in your family, then there is very little you can do about it. There are some people who are not able to gain weight due to certain medications and medical conditions too.

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