Boost Metabolism

People with more muscle mass tend to have fast metabolism than people with less muscle and more fat. Intense aerobic activity is necessary to boost metabolism and burn more calories. Brisk walking, cycling, swimming, jogging, etc., are few aerobic activities that needed to be practiced daily for atleast thirty minutes. Other activities like intense gardening and lifting weights are also beneficial. Being active by incorporating physical activities as life's part is the key to boost metabolism.

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Though I am skinny, I have a big belly. Why?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 28 year old male. My weight is 62 kg and height is 5'10". I am skinny, but I have a big belly. I am following good diet. I do not drink or smoke. I do exercise regularly.  Read Full »


Dr. Mir Osman Ali

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You have an excellent question which I am glad to answer. It is nice to see that your height and weight are normal and you have good nutrition. But, you still have a big belly. The common causes are slow metabolism of the body to break down fats, lack of exercise making...  Read Full »

How to boost metabolism naturally?

Query: Hi doctor, Why is it important to boost metabolism naturally? Are there any foods that can boost metabolism? If so, how often should they be eaten and how should they be prepared? Are there any herbal supplements to boost metabolism? What are some of the common misconceptions of boosting metaboli...  Read Full »


Dr. Muhammad Majid Hanif

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