Sleep Diet Review

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The Sleep Diet is a certain way of eating to enable your body to boost its basal metabolic rate so that you lose even more weight while sleeping. Since for most people, sleep ranks as one of the best things in life, why not make your body work for you while you’re resting? Your body is already busy burning calories repairing your body and running its processes at slower speeds than while you’re awake, so why not make it work a bit harder?

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As an average adult female burns as much as 1400 calories a day simply existing, you can bump this up a notch and see weight loss of 14 pounds a year with a 10% increase in your basal metabolic rate. Slow your basal metabolic rate 10% and you will see a 14 pound gain in the course of a year. So just how can raise your metabolism? Beyond exercise, you can raise your metabolism during your sleep. The Sleep Diet involves eating certain foods in a certain combination prior to bedtime. The food combination you eat is based on whether you are a slow metabolizer or a fast metabolizer. If you are a slow metabolizer, you will notice your hands and feet are always typically cold. This means you should be eating a meal comprised of 40% lean protein, 40% complex carbohydrates and 20% fat, just a few hours before bed. If you are a fast metabolizer, or someone who sweats all the time, even when enjoying things such as ice cream, your meal should be 40% lean protein, 30% complex carbohydrates and 30% fat. You should also plan on getting at least 8 hours of sleep. Avoid sugar because this is the worst thing you can have before bed. You should stick to small amounts of food, such as a half of a grapefruit, a couple of hard boiled eggs, a piece of toast, or a glass of ice water. Ice water is good because your body uses calories to warm the water to body temperature.

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Advantages

  • The Sleep Diet

Disadvantages

  • The Sleep Diet does not give specific meal plans, which may be hard for some people to follow.
  • The Sleep Diet only addresses the final meal before bed.
  • This diet does not address exercise.
  • No information about who created this diet or where it came from.

Conclusion

The Sleep Diet could help raise your basal metabolic rate with little or no exercise, if done correctly. If you exercise and eat right too, you could see as much as a 30% increase the amount of fat your body is burning at rest, for up to ten hours at a time. Combine these principles with a clinically proven weight loss supplement and exercise program to see excellent weight loss results.

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