Tips to Burn more Calories

Updated at: Dec 18, 2017
Tips to Burn more Calories

Losing calories can be difficult, but the standard recipe for it can prove to be miraculous. Run, eat well, and live healthy.

Arka Roy Chowdhury
Weight ManagementWritten by: Arka Roy ChowdhuryPublished at: May 04, 2013

It is becoming increasingly more important for people to lose weight and they exploit every possible option to get to their goal. Here are some options that will surely lead you to your goals.


How to Lose CaloriesBurning calories is a phenomenon reserved for the modern world; people are obsessed with burning calories. Before we eat or drink something we like to know its calorific value, we want to know where, how, when can we burn the extra calories and get lean.  There has been an upsurge of products, tips and tricks to help people burn calories, but the truth is that unlike what they have to say, there is only one way to burn calories, and that is to be in motion.

Go for a Run

Running is by far the most useful method of burning calories, there is no second doubt on that. The trick here is to surprise your body, people usually tend to run the same distance everyday and think that more they run the better it is. This is a very wrong conception, the truth is that the longer you run the more your body will start to get used to it and hence lesser calories will burn. Therefore push yourself each day, and surprise your body, run, jog and sprint, mix them all up. You will have to be careful to see that the burning of the calories doesn’t get stagnant, the moment it does, change the method of run.


Eat Smaller Meals

This is one of the best tricks; eat smaller meals, instead of two or three big meals in a day. Every time you eat a meal or snack on something, your gastronomical tract gets turned on, and then starts digesting the food and pulling all the nutrients. Hence eating meals every two hours daily will keep your metabolism fired up and thus will burn your calories. The fact of the matter is that it costs calories in order to fire your digestion machine; therefore you will need to eat smaller meals or snacks to keep you going throughout the day. This is the healthiest way of eating your meals, and it also leads to burning the extra calories.

Eat Breakfast

This is one of the most important things to take care of when you are on the run for losing calories; breakfast is an integral part of your day. Moreover, evidence shows that there seems to be a link between skipping breakfast and gaining body weight. It has also been found that those who do not eat their breakfast tend to take in more calories as the day seems to pass. When you eat breakfast in the morning, you tend to provide your body with the needed energy so that you can go on for the day, it s a great start for you day. You need to realise that when you sleep you are basically fasting and so as you wake up you will need to fuel your body.

Consume Caffeine

If you want to burn calories in a more effective way then you should start the intake of caffeine. By having 250 milligrams of caffeine with your meal you can increase the calories spent metabolizing the meal by 10%. Green tea happens to be the most effective of them. You must avoid milk, sugar, cream, soda, and the likes. Drink water all the time and drink caffeine instead of creamed coffees. It certainly won’t taste all that good at first, it will take time to get used to it.

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