25 Foods That Speed Up Your Metabolism | Eat This Not That

Keep your thyroid humming and your metabolism soaring by eating these healthy foods that keep everything on track. They’ll also help you lose weight.

Tired? Stressed? Can’t lose weight? You’re not alone. In fact, you may be one of the millions of Americans suffering a chronic, undiagnosed health issue. It’s called hypothyroidism: a condition that pumps the brakes on your metabolism because the master gland—your thyroid—isn’t functioning at its prime.

Source: 25 Foods That Speed Up Your Metabolism | Eat This Not That

What Does Sugar Do to Your Brain?

 

The overconsumption of sugar is increasingly being linked to brain-related health issues such as depression, learning disorders, memory problems and overeating.

Research suggests consumption of sugar and sweets can trigger reward and craving states in your brain similar to addictive drugs. Not all sugars have the identical effects. Fructose has been shown to activate brain pathways that increase your interest in food, whereas glucose triggers your brain’s satiation signal.

Source: What Does Sugar Do to Your Brain?

Here’s Why You’re Not Losing Weight

Everyone has their own personal goals for their health and body composition, and sometimes those include weight loss. But there’s a lot of misinformation out there. So BuzzFeed Life reached out to Dr. Holly Lofton, director of the Medical Weight Management Program at NYU Langone Medical Center, and registered dietitian Brian St. Pierre, director of performance nutrition at Precision Nutrition, to ask them about some of the common pitfalls, stumbling blocks, and misconceptions around weight loss. Oh, and how to actually be successful at losing weight and keeping it off.

Plus how to actually do it without hating life.

Source: Here’s Why You’re Not Losing Weight

Belly Fat Is Worst for Well-Being in Older Men – Sharecare

Learn how belly fat leads to health problems and affects men’s quality of life as they get older.

Source: Belly Fat Is Worst for Well-Being in Older Men – Sharecare