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How to Increase Your Metabolism

Cómo acelerar tu metabolismo

Working to increase your metabolism can dramatically improve weight loss. And here’s some great news: Metabolism doesn’t creep down starting at age 30, as previously thought. A new study found that adults’ metabolism holds steady from age 20 to 60. This is a fantastic development for folks working hard to lose weight!

You’ve got more control than you realized!

What is metabolism?

Metabolism is the process in which your body converts food and drink into energy. You burn calories (energy) to move, but your body consumes energy 24/7 to keep you alive: pumping blood, thinking, regulating hormones, repairing and creating cells.

The amount of calories your body needs to perform these basic functions is called your basal metabolic rate. 

Can I boost my metabolism?

Yes! Without feeling the pressure of the biological clock working against our metabolism, we can focus on what we can do today to support it. 

Increase lean muscle mass  

Work smarter, not harder. Muscle burns 250% more calories than fat. At rest, 10 pounds of muscle burn 50 calories a day while 10 pounds of fat burn 20.
Regular strength-training sessions help you build muscle, which will burn more calories each day, even while you sleep! 

Eat high-quality, lean protein

Healthy protein increases the rate you burn calories 15-30% over your basal metabolic rate, compared to 5-10% for carbohydrates and 0-3% for fats.
Enjoying Entalla’s Whey and Plant Protein supplements is a reliable and delicious way to bump up the lean protein in your day.

Burn off more calories—literally

Thermogenesis is the ability of the body to generate heat, which in turn uses up more calories. Supporting thermogenesis will help you burn those calories and lose weight faster. Entalla’s MetaBoost is loaded with green tea extract and other thermogenics to help you hit your goals faster.
Think of it like getting to your departure gate at the airport. You’re already walking there; why not hop on the moving sidewalk so your steps get you there even faster?

Get a good night’s rest

Studies show that sleep deprivation can interfere with hormones that regulate your metabolism. Not only that, sleep can affect how much you eat. Insufficient sleep can increase levels of ghrelin (hunger hormone) and decrease leptin (satiety hormone).
Sleep well tonight knowing you’ll not only feel rested, you’ll help yourself trim down, too!

Enjoy a good coffee

Studies show that the caffeine in a cup of coffee can increase the basal metabolic rate 3-4%. (4)
You might already be drinking coffee, but now you can choose one with extra benefits. Super Slim Café also has matcha and green tea extracts to help you burn calories faster and fiber to help you stay full.



Your metabolism isn’t sand in a sand timer that slowly disappears as you age. With a little knowledge and a few great products, you’ll ramp up your metabolism and slim down in no time.

Let’s get healthier, together,

Your friends at Santo Remedio



1. Pontzer, H., Yamada, Y., Sagayama, H., Ainslie, P., et al. Daily energy expenditure through the human life course. (2021) Science, 373, 6556, (738-739).
2. Pesta, D. H., & Samuel, V. T. (2014). A high-protein diet for reducing body fat: mechanisms and possible caveats. Nutrition & metabolism, 11(1), 53. 
3.  Sharma, S., & Kavuru, M. (2010). Sleep and metabolism: an overview. International journal of endocrinology, 2010, 270832. 
4.  Dulloo, A. G., Geissler, C. A., Horton, T., Collins, A., & Miller, D. S. (1989). Normal caffeine consumption: influence on thermogenesis and daily energy expenditure in lean and postobese human volunteers. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 49(1), 44–50.
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