Surprising ways to lose weight in your sleep

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How many meals did you eat yesterday?

Wrong! However you answered the above question, chances are that you actually ate far more frequently than you recall. The majority of us now pack several mini-meals into our each day, according to a recent study at The Salk Institute. And the longer we stay up, the more calories we consume.

The scientists speculated that the best way to cut down on calorie intake might be simply to get more sleep, so they asked people who ate over the course of 14 hours each day to cut their grazing times to no more than 11 hours a day and to sleep more of the time. After 16 weeks, subjects lost an average of 3.5 percent of their excess body weight—just by going to bed earlier.

That means that just a few simple tweaks to your p.m. routine can mean serious weight loss success. So open your eyes: Here are 20 science-backed suggestions to lose while you snooze, compliments of Eat This, Not That! researchers. And to lose even more weight—easily and rapidly—don’t miss exclusive tips from Shaun T, Maria Menounos, Padma Lakshmi and more in this new essential report: The 50 Best-Ever Weight-Loss Secrets from Slim People!

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20 Surprising Ways to Lose Weight In Your Sleep

Shrink your waistline with these after dark weight loss tips

How many meals did you eat yesterday?

Wrong! However you answered the above question, chances are that you actually ate far more frequently than you recall. The majority of us now pack several mini-meals into our each day, according to a recent study at The Salk Institute. And the longer we stay up, the more calories we consume.

The scientists speculated that the best way to cut down on calorie intake might be simply to get more sleep, so they asked people who ate over the course of 14 hours each day to cut their grazing times to no more than 11 hours a day and to sleep more of the time. After 16 weeks, subjects lost an average of 3.5 percent of their excess body weight—just by going to bed earlier.

That means that just a few simple tweaks to your p.m. routine can mean serious weight loss success. So open your eyes: Here are 20 science-backed suggestions to lose while you snooze, compliments of Eat This, Not That! researchers.

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