How much does MUSCLE increase METABOLISM?

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Question by Eye Of The Tiger: How much does MUSCLE increase METABOLISM?
my upper and lower body are pretty muscular, am still working on the midsection as that was where i had most of my fat. i have big arms and big legs.

generally speaking, how much does muscle increase metabolism?

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Your body temperature heats up and causes fat burn. Caffiene one hour before workout increases your metabolism quickly.

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One Response to “How much does MUSCLE increase METABOLISM?”

  1. Stephen Kimball writes:

    It doesn’t so much increase metabolism as it just requires more energy. Energy comes from food, fat is stored energy. Muscles use the nutrients from food to stay healthy, the bigger the muscle the more nutrients it needs. The more energy that is used, the less can be stored, which is why muscle burns fat. If you simultaneously reduce your calorie intake and increase muscle mass, your muscles arent getting enough nutrients from what you’ve just eaten, so they make up the difference by taking the energy you have stored as fat.

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