Once you’ve hit the age of 40, your metabolism can start to slow down and make it more likely to get ill and put on weight. Don’t fret, however. Our team here at Women’s Health After 40 can guide you through the process and tell you how to increase your metabolism after the age of 40.
All this means, when we say your metabolism may be lowering, is that you have to do some of the hard work. Rather than your body getting rid of the bad food that you eat, you should start eating healthier. More protein rich food and less of those treats that you snack on can help keep your metabolism working.
Your whole body may feel like it’s losing its strength, but that’s because there’s so much untapped potential. Strength training can help you make the most of your body’s ability and help to burn calories in a fun and challenging way.
Putting your body through workouts can help to engage your mind and body and improve your metabolism. Cardio workouts are perfect for relieving stress and keeping the pounds off your tummy. Refining your healthier lifestyle is easy with our tips at Women’s Health After 40.
Check out our more in-depth guide to building your metabolism after 40.
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