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Dr. Berg asks the question, can a person really increase the metabolism. Insulin resistance is the primary factor in causing a lowering effect of your metabolism, because in the presents of insulin, fat burning hormones are inhibited. Insulin resistance raises insulin. Exercise also can increasing the metabolism IF it’s high intensity (HIIT – high intensity interval training) because it increasing growth hormone (GH) and glucagon. High intensity will also increase the mitochondria, the energy factors of the body.
Then we have nourishing your body. We know that low calorie diets creates nutritional deficiencies in the body and this is what slows the metabolism. So if you were to do a keto and intermittent fasting program, you would not lessen your calories, instead you would eat the same amount of calories but lessen the frequency of eating (meals). And lastly increasing your thyroid function can also increase your metabolism. But hashimotos disease *hypothyroidism” can be caused from consuming GMO foods, so eating organic is a must. Also other causes of a slow thyroid is either having a gallbladder or liver problem or high estrogen, in which case you would need to improve those two problems.

Most people try to stimulate their metabolism by consuming caffeine, amphetamines, ephedra spike the adrenals and will help you lose weight BUT eventually burning out the adrenals and slowing your metabolism.

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