How to burn more calories in your day

Increasing the calories you burn throughout the day is actually rather simple. We just have to increase your NEAT! aka the calories you burn throughout the day.

Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT) refers to the energy expended for everything we do that is not sleeping, eating, or sports-like exercise. It ranges from the energy expended walking to work, typing on a computer, performing yard work, and fidgeting. NEAT can account for up to 50% of a person’s total daily energy expenditure and can vary greatly between individuals.

Recent research has shown that increasing NEAT can be an effective strategy for weight loss and weight management. Increasing your NEAT increases calories burned! One study found that individuals who were able to increase their NEAT by as little as 100 calories per day were able to lose weight over time. This suggests that small changes in daily activities can have a significant impact on energy balance and weight management.

Spiritual Minded Nutrition wanted to create a way to maximize the results we get for the activities we do on a daily basis. So we created our Spiritual Burn! 

When you supplement our Spiritual Burn you kickstart your metabolism and get it ready to burn fat for you all day long. Instead of burning a low amount of calories throughout the day from your NEAT, we’ve created a way to amplify these small tasks without overstimulating the nervous system and putting it in a fat burning zone.

This means you can burn more fat and get toned without the excessive cardio or extreme diets.

Our Spiritual Burn is paired best with a little extra focus on increasing your NEAT.

There are several ways to increase NEAT, including:

  • Walking more: Walking is a simple and easy way to increase NEAT. Try to walk whenever possible, such as during lunch breaks or after dinner.
  • Standing more: Standing burns more calories than sitting. Try to stand while talking on the phone or watching TV.
  • Fidgeting: Fidgeting, such as tapping your foot or playing with a stress ball, can also increase NEAT.
  • Housework: Doing housework such as cleaning, gardening, or laundry can also add to NEAT.
  • Take the stairs: Instead of taking the elevator, opt for the stairs.

    It’s important to note that everyone’s NEAT is different and what works for one person may not work for another. The key is to find activities that you enjoy and that fit into your daily routine.

    In conclusion, Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT) can play a crucial role in weight management and weight loss. Incorporating simple changes like walking more, standing more, fidgeting, doing housework, and taking the stairs can help increase NEAT and improve energy balance.

     When paired with our Spiritual Burn you are sure to see results and achieve an easy and effective way to boost your metabolism without hitting the gym.

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