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Saturday, January 07, 2006

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From Amy Paturel and AOL:

Are you guilty of one of these top four metabolism mistakes?

Dehydration: Caffeinated beverages, alcohol, lack of water -- they all cause dehydration. When you’re dehydrated, your body temperature drops and causes you to store fat. Avoid this by easing up on the liquid vices. If you must imbibe, down more water....

Cardio-loading: While heart-pumping workouts will burn calories, it's your body’s level of lean muscle mass that has the biggest impact on metabolism. Since energy is required to maintain muscle tissue, the more muscle you have, the more calories you’ll burn –- even at rest.

Fueling up With Carbs: ...“RMR increases two to three times more after eating protein than it does after eating carbohydrates and fat,”...

Skipping Breakfast: ...[S]kipping any meal is a recipe for metabolic disaster. If you allow yourself to get hungry your body will start to conserve energy by burning fewer calories.

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Thank you for the timely info.
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