Metabolism is a life-sustaining chemical process in which your body converts food into energy. The body uses this energy for various physiological and anatomical functions. These functions include blood circulation, repair of cells, breathing and protein buildup.
A person’s metabolic rate is dependent on several factors such as; body size, age, genetic disposition, gender, activity level, etc.
Factors that can lower your metabolism include; eating poorly, not getting enough sleep, dieting or fasting, being stressed out and having a toxic body.
Some common symptoms of a person with low metabolism include; high body fat, dry skin, fatigue, weakness, constipation slow pulse, and constipation.
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