You’ve tried eating breakfast, chugging H2O, sampling spicy food, and almost every other metabolism-boosting tip out there. But the relentless bathroom scales refuse to show that your efforts are paying off.
According to Albert Einstein, insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Well, you haven’t seen any results by drinking 12 glasses of water a day. So, why not try a new strategy to rev up your lagging metabolism?
After wading through all the typical tips, I found 5 brand-new ones. These are researched tips anyone can use to increase metabolism successfully.
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