As if you needed another reason to hit the snooze button, recent study concluded that your odds of being overweight are 24% lower for each additional hour you sleep. That's great and all, but what are those of us who work 50 hours a week on top of training and watching reruns on TV supposed to do with such findings?
Now there are different ways you can lose weight while you sleep. Some of us are spending the big bucks and taking products like 5-hydroxytryptophan, Conjugated Linoleic Acid, Gymnema Sylvestre, Glucomannan, Guggulsterone, fish oil and Gamma-Aminobutryic.
Guggu what? Yeah these products all help. But this can be complicated trying to work in all these pills. And some of us cant afford $400 a month in products.
So how do we cut the cost and lose weight while getting the limited amount of sleep that we get? Well try getting some natural and easy to find supplements such as Apple Cider Vinegar, Ginger Root, Garcinia Cambogia, Cayenne, Bladderwack and Bromelain.
All of these will help speed up your motabolism without getting your heart going like a lab rat and they will work for you while you sleep. Not only will they help with weight loss, but they will help your body in general.
Also Green Tea and Black Coffee can boost your metabolism without adding significant calories to your diet. Its the little things or changes that will help you keep your weight down where you like it.
By Michel Laundry
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