Burn Fat While You Sleep? The #1 Secret For Ultimate Fat Burning – Easiest Trick Ever!

By on November 17, 2016
This one simple trick could increase your body’s fat-burning potential–while you sleep.

According to new research from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, scientists say that people who only ate from 8 am to 2 pm burned more calories as they slept, improving the body’s fat-burning power. In addition, it helped reduce hunger swings, reducing the risk of binging.

The findings were presented earlier this month at the Obesity Society Annual Meeting at ObesityWeek 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“Eating only during a much smaller window of time than people are typically used to may help with weight loss,” says Courtney Peterson, Ph.D., lead researcher of the study. “We found that eating between 8 am and 2 pm followed by an 18-hour daily fast kept appetite levels more even throughout the day, in comparison to eating between 8 am and 8 pm, which is what the median American does.”

The Research

For the study, researchers recruited 11 obese adults to follow either a standard eating schedule or a restricted one, consuming food over a 7 hour time period. Researchers also instructed the second group to stop eating after 2pm, something which they believed would enhance the metabolism. Theories suggest that the body’s metabolism reaches its peak during the morning, making food consumption critical during this time to increase weight loss.

Four days later, researchers looked at how many calories and fat they burned. Then, to ensure the results were balanced, they had them eat the opposite diet plan, repeating the same process 4 days later.

And the result? They burned more calories as they slept and had fewer cravings.  That’s a win win for dieters.

“These preliminary findings suggest for the first time in humans what we’ve seen in animal models–that the timing of eating during the day does have an impact on our metabolism,” says Dale Schoeller, Ph.D., a spokesperson for the Obesity Society and a University of Wisconsin Professor Emeritus. “With additional research on early-time restricted feeding on humans, we can create a more complete picture of whether this innovative method can best help prevent and treat obesity.”

While researchers fall short of saying if it could help with weight loss, the possibility is definitely there. Even better, you don’t need to eat fewer calories either, according to their research; simply change when you eat instead.

Now that’s something everyone can do.

Readers: Do you practice any diet habits similar to this?

Eating Dinner Early, or Skipping it, May Be Effective in Fighting Body

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