high metabolism


No one intends to lose their metabolic edge — the energy that drives not just our movement for the day, but also feeds our brain and uses the calories we eat as fuel to keep our body going. But life happens, and one thing leads to another, slowing us down, messing with our bodies natural rhythm. One choice leads to another, whether it be in our dietary, exercise, or sleep habits, and then there are the impacts of aging that can all considerably affect our metabolic health. Before we know it, we feel run down, our weight isn’t where we’d like it to be, or we just can’t seem to feel our best no matter what we try. Hormones also play a role in metabolic health making the process even more complex. Though we can’t entirely prevent time’s effects on our bodies, we can make some decisions each day that…