If the metabolism is low, it is better to drop the sugar down nearly zero, we can start by reading the nutrition labels and making sure there are non hidden sugars that can go to our bodies.
The vegetable intake is also essential, seven cups or so. However, we need to make sure the vegetables we pick are the vegetables we can digest. Vegetables are also key to the clean up the fat in the liver. Otherwise, we could end up with more fat in the liver.
The protein intake should be moderated; three to four ounces is good enough. Otherwise, that could cause too much strain on the whole liver, triggering insulin to stop fat burning. Moreover, the whole protein is preferred to lean proteins.
To burn our own fat, we should avoid overeating dietary fat, so we should go two meals a day to avoid triggering the insulin by intermittent fasting. The goal is to burn the fat in our bodies.
To provide energy in the presence of crashing blood sugar, we can add fat like butter, coconut oil, peanut butter, avocado, bacon, etc.
Apple cider vinegar is recommended to help with insulin problems.
On the other hand, we should have enough sleep, eight to nine hours, and exercise and interval training, which helps overcome slow metabolism.
By enhancing the metabolism, we should eliminate any other health problems, such as digestive problems, menstrual issues, constipation, acid reflux, etc.
It is recommended to follow all these suggestions in order to maximize or optimize the chance of achieving health goals.
The best indicator to know if we are losing weight or achieving our health goal is noticing the changes daily, body measuring changes, well-being sense improves, blood sugar comes down, and more.