Metabolism Boosting Foods

The Morning Meal

Consume a great morning meal to have your BMR boosted at the beginning of your day. Try out an omelet with four egg whites with ½ cup chopped peppers and onions along with a whole-grain English muffin, or for a warming convenient meal blend two tablespoons raisins and one tablespoon chopped almonds into a dish of oatmeal.

Lunch Time

For a spike of energy, substitute big romaine leaves for taco shells with hot and spicy chicken breast taco filling. Sautee four ounces of chicken white meat sliced into strips with ½ cup thinly cut up peppers and onions. Include two tablespoons dry taco seasoning mixture and ½ cup water. Simmer until thickened.

Evening Meal

These supper dishes for a heightened metabolism are pretty straightforward to make.

Stir-fry a six to seven ounce can or pouch of Alaskan salmon and ½ pound of your preferred frozen vegetable blend in one tablespoon canola or extra virgin olive oil over medium-high heat for three to five minutes. Spice mixes like Cajun and Italian seasoning blends accentuate the diverse range of the meal. Additionally, you can alternate numerous proteins and vegetable blends for infinite meal choices.

For a tasty energy spike, make a crispy oven-baked fish fillet. In a food processor blend ½ cup dehydrated onion, two tablespoons whey proteins, one tablespoon flax seed meal, ½ teaspoon salt, one teaspoon paprika, ¼ cup grated Parmesan cheese along with a dash of cayenne. Pulse for just one minute. Coat a four-ounce fish fillet with the mixture and bake at 400 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Serve up with a steamed broccoli-cauliflower-and-carrot combination.