Basal Metabolism Rate
Basal metabolism is a series of ongoing chemical processes in our bodies, and it occurs in every living organism as a means of breaking down energy simply to exist.
The basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the rate at which your body burns calories while at rest.
Whether you’re fast asleep or doing cardio at the gym, energy is needed for breathing, digestion, circulation, and the functioning of all bodily systems.
No matter how fast or slow the metabolism, your body is designed to store excess, unused energy into fat cells — much like a squirrel stores nuts for the winter.
As noted earlier, when unsatisfied hunger triggers a lack of food response, the BMR slows down, resulting in fewer calories burned over time. This is also why a regular diet can be so problematic and result in weight regain.
But there is a long-term solution, and it’s called Almased.