Consume Peppers: A study that was conducted on 191 participants found that heat generated by the pepper can oxidize the layers of fat in your body.
Have More Turmeric: It promotes the β3AR gene expression in white adipose tissues. Apart from that, it also increases the levels of plasma norepinephrine, a hormone that is responsible for browning white adipose tissues.
Avoid Skipping Meals: The more you skip meals, the less fat you will be able to burn. This is because the body requires regular intake of protein, fiber, and vitamins in order to turn the fat into heat.
Take Cold Showers: When the cells in your body get exposure to cold then they start forming more brown adipose tissues instead of white, which as we have alreday discussed, turns fat into heat.
Sleep In The Cold: In a study, researchers kept three different temperatures for three separate sleeping rooms. Room one was kept at 66° F or 19° C, room two was kept at 75° F or about 24° C and room three was kept at 81° F or 27° C. After a month of sleeping, they noticed that people who were sleeping in the colder rooms had more brown adipose tissue than those who were sleeping in the warmer room.
Avoiding Stress: The effects of stress can be felt in our mental as well as physical health. Stress increases the production of a hormone called Cortisol. While, it is an important hormone for our survival, it also has some ill-effects on your body. If produced in excess, it can cause stress hunger, which would mean that you end up eating what and when you shouldn’t, or snacking when you don’t need to.