You don't have to be a Grateful Dead fan to get on board with these seeds. They're a great source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, both of which improve blood flow to your muscles, revving up your metabolism. Plus, they reduce inflammation.
Yup, that's just a fancy word for green tea. It not only packs a bit of caffeine, which speeds up your heart rate and thus your metabolism, but it also has norepinephrine-stimulating EGCG, a nutrient that helps boost your metabolic rate.
The nutty spread is a low-glycemic food, meaning it helps keep your blood sugar level stable. That's crucial because regular blood sugar spikes and drops slow down your metabolism.
The pink fish contains tons of fatty acids, which actually help your body burn fat. Other fatty