The Simple Technique Japanese Women Use to Boost Their Metabolism

Written by Henrik Rothen

Mar.07 - 2024 11:21 AM CET

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Japanese women utilize a straightforward technique to boost their metabolism and achieve weight loss.

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When it comes to health and well-being, the Japanese have their own little tricks, deserving wider recognition globally. This could be why they are renowned for their extraordinary life expectancy: 81 years for men and over 87 years for women.

Besides paying attention to their lifestyle, striving to keep it as healthy and balanced as possible, they also excel in managing their weight.

They manage to do this without excessive restriction or frustration.

In an article in Vogue, according to Senest, Sonmi, the founder of the beauty brand meeth, revealed one of the most popular tricks among Japanese men and women. This trick is used to maintain a fast metabolism and lose weight more quickly.

It goes without saying that accelerating metabolism is one of the keys to helping us lose weight faster. As Vogue explained, metabolism represents the sum of chemical reactions that convert proteins and fats into amino acids and carbohydrates into simple sugars.

These are then absorbed into the blood and transported to cells before being metabolized to build or break down the body's tissues and energy reserves. In this sense, metabolism is crucial for how we produce and burn energy from our diet.

How to Increase Your Metabolism and Lose Weight?

According to Sonmi, one of the best ways to control our metabolism is to better regulate our body temperature.

"Japanese women always try to avoid cooling their bodies down - even when it's extremely hot. I don't drink beverages with ice, for example," she said, before adding:

"If your body temperature drops, your metabolism slows down, and cell renewal decreases, so we do not let our body cool down. Neither internally nor externally."

This theory is also backed by science. The relationship between a higher body temperature and an increased metabolism has been shown, according to several scientific studies, to have a range of benefits, including lower mortality, improved immune system, or prevention of obesity. It's noteworthy.

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