After a full day of flying home from Sonoma the other day, I’m finally getting a chance to send this to you.
My intention was to write it on the airplane … and send it off earlier this week, but I have to admit that I instead got "pulled away" by the movie on the flight, The King’s Speech. We hadn’t seen it, yet, and wanted to … and what better time than when flying home from California with 5+ hours of concentrated time?
And, well, I ended up napping a bit the rest of the flight. At least I’m honest.
But I’m back today for you, our loyal subscriber, reporting about one of the most pressing questions we get:
"What can I eat to boost my metabolism?"
Well check this out. A study just published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition compared a few different foods…or ingredients I should say and measured the thermic effect (amount it increases metabolism) to see if one food boosted metabolism more than others.
At the end of the day, if you consistently boost metabolism, you’ll lose fat faster. Pretty straightforward. Therefore, if certain foods could increase metabolism more than others, it makes sense to eat more of them.
A little background first. We know that protein in general boosts metabolic rate and satiety more than carbs or fat. The goal here, though, was to look at different types of proteins and see if those made even more of a difference in metabolism and satiety.
The researchers measured the effects of 3 different types of proteins — whey, casein, and soy.
The subjects each were each fed specific meals — with half the calories coming from either whey, casein or soy — and the remainder from carbs and fat.
The thermic effect was greater after the whey than both the casein and soy. Fat "burning" was also greater after the whey than the others, but casein and soy were the "winners" in terms of fullness after each of the meals.
Maybe most important was that the subjects reportedly "liked" the whey better than the other two proteins — of course they didn’t know which type of protein they were eating, so the results weren’t biased in any way.
Mohr Results Bottom Line:
Adding whey protein to the diet — or, even better — replacing junky foods with whey protein may boost metabolism. Substituting casein or soy may help with the feeling of fullness. You can of course use a high quality protein powder in a smoothie … or if you want to explore some simple, yet fantastic recipes, check out this highly recommended cookbook a friend put together.
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