Scott Isaacss, MD, clinical instructor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine emphasizes on the importance of water, saying that even a mild dehydration can be a reason behind slow metabolism.
You should drink enough water that keeps you stay hydrated so that your body performs all the functions normally.
The best way to drink water is to drink it cold. This makes your body use more calories to warm it up.
Apart from a lot of its other benefits, milk also helps boost metabolism. Michael Zemel, PhD, former director of The Nutrition Institute at the University of Tennessee conducted different studies and now suggests that consuming more calcium helps your body to burn fats more actively.
Milk is a rich source of calcium and so, helps speed up the metabolism.