Eating a high-protein diet instead of a carb-heavy diet may enable your body to burn more calories per day.
For years, boosting one’s metabolism has been a goal of consumers because it impacts our weight, appetites, and body fat levels. The faster your metabolism, the more calories you’ll burn, even when you’re resting. What many people don’t realize, however, is that having a high metabolism means you may need to eat more, and/or adjust your meal timing, to maintain your weight. What’s important here is understanding how your body processes food and what foods you will need for optimal function.
As doctors we know the critical importance of maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly and are obliged to propagate the same for our patients.
As the world is slowly moving towards reopening industries, shops, and restaurants under certain conditions, we have to keep in mind one thing: the pandemic is not over yet and we still need to be mindful of health and hygiene measures.