Diet, exercise can help rev up a slowing metabolism, RD says

04/10/2012 | SeattlePI.com

Age, genetics, medications and hormonal changes all are reasons for a slowing metabolism, but exercise and resistance training can help fight weight gain, registered dietitian Timi Gustafson writes. Gustafson provides a list from Johns Hopkins University of ways to boost metabolism, including eating breakfast and smaller, more frequent meals, adding lean protein to a diet and getting enough sleep.

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