The human body is funny…one minute, you’re eating cookies, fatty foods and pretty much anything you want, yet it seems as though nothing can slow you down–you can even still can fit all your clothes! The next minute, BAM! You’re slower, more tired, the fat is harder to get off and so on. What happened? Life happened.

After a certain number of years–genetics and family history play a lot into this–your body slows down. It happens to all of us.  But the good news is, we can slow this aging process down and turn our bodies back into fat-burning machines.

Despite genetics and gender, there are a few things you need to do more in order to boost your metabolism and burn more fat after the age of 35.  Here’s 7 steps to do it:

1. Exercise More. Working out is the number-one way to keep your furnace cranking. The more lean muscle you have, the more calories you burn all day. That’s because muscle uses energy – even when you’re resting.

“Do three days of aerobic activity and two days of weight lifting,” advises Shawn Talbott, PhD, an exercise physiologist, nutritional biochemist, and the executive producer of Killer at Large, a documentary about the U.S. obesity epidemic.

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