I saw a article about the metabolism in Chinese.
It said that metabolism = 65% basal metabolic rate + 10% thermic effect of food + 25% daily activities, so I can write the math formula, X=65% X+10% X+25%, X as the metabolism above.
It also said that if you saw a guy who can't become fat even he usually ate a lot, it may be because his metabolism is high, and a guy who becomes fat even if he didn't usually ate much food, it maybe because that his metabolism is low.
So far, I think the metabolism can help us become fatter or thinner, because as we know, the higher basal metabolic rate, the faster we become thinner, and we have 65% basal metabolic rate in our metabolism. And if daily activities we did every day are almost the same, we can say it is a constant, that is, the element that causes us to become thinner or fatter is basal metabolic rate and thermic effect of food. If our metabolism becomes higher, I think we can consider our basal metabolic rate becomes higher too, because the percentage of basal metabolic rate is higher than the thermic effect of food. So,the basal Metabolic Rate and metabolism should be proportional to each other.
However, in some articles it said that basal if the metabolic rate raises, so does the metabolism raise. But basal metabolism raise, it doesn't mean that metabolism raise too. I am confused about this thinking. So metabolism raising can't let us become thinner. However, some articles say yes, metabolism raising "can" let us become thinner.
So I want to ask here: Can raising metabolism help us become thinner ?