burn calories

​We all know that the best way to burn calories is by eating less and by exercising more. However, when you are trying to diet, every calorie burned counts.

Because of this, it is useful to try and find extra ways to burn calories here and there. With that in mind, here is a list of a few everyday activities that can help you burn some extra calories.

You should note that these activities won’t burn a ton of calories, but as was already stated, every little bit helps when you are dieting.

Burn Calories By Drinking Cold Water

​Cold water is one of the most underrated dieting aids out there. Not only does it help suppress appetite, but it can actually allow you to burn calories.

Now, the actual act of drinking water doesn’t burn more calories, but what cold water does is speed up your metabolism. The speed-up metabolism leads to more calories burned.

Make Yourself a Bit-Colder

​Keeping with the theme of coldness, studies have also consistently shown that exposing yourself to colder temperatures does result in more burned calories. Why exactly?

Well, it seems that your body is forced to use more energy to keep itself warm, which requires your body to burn calories as fuel. 

We aren’t saying to go jump head first into the snow naked, but it may be something to consider next time you to go to jack up the heat during the winter.

Go Shopping To Burn Calories

Shopping is a surprisingly good activity to burn calories. If you walk around a very big store or a mall for a long time, you burn a shocking number of calories, even if you are just walking a leisurely pace.

So, next time you sit down to binge watch a show or go to do some other hobby, why not take a shopping trip instead?

Even if you don’t buy anything, your body will thank you.

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Cleaning Your House

​​Cleaning your house is never fun. In fact, it’s much the opposite of fun, that people actually pay to get their house cleaned.

However, cleaning your house can actually be a pretty good way to burn calories. How many calories exactly?

Well, for light cleaning jobs like dusting putting things away, etc., you can burn over 150 calories per hour of cleaning.

For tougher cleaning jobs, like scrubbing floors and walls, you can end up burning close to 200 calories per hour. 

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