To change your metabolism and therefore change your set-point (the body’s preprogrammed weight) you need to spend more time exercising, which will increase that crucial calorie-burning muscle. When enough muscle has been built, you will burn so many more calories in a day that your body will have to lower its set-point. Exercising will also keep your metabolism revved for hours after a workout. Studies indicate that one continues to burn calories up to 15 hours after exercising. So join me and get exercising today!