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Cerus Tips To Turn Your Body Into a Lean, Mean, Fat-burning Machine in 2020

January 11, 2020 2 translation missing: en.blogs.article.read_time

Burning fat doesn’t always call for breaking a sweat. Your body continues to expend calories while you’re at rest, be it slumped on the sofa or passed out in bed. But did you know it’s possible to increase the rate at which your body burns calories? By taking measures to raise your metabolism, you can speed up fat oxidation and expend more calories – without moving a muscle.

Burning fat doesn’t always call for nearly killing yourself on a treadmill. Your body continues to burn fat while you’re resting, but did you know that it’s possible to increase the rate of which your body burns calories while your resting?

Follow these tips to turn your body into a lean, mean, fat-burning machine.

Rest is best

The body sleep cycle directly affects your metabolism and by going to bed earlier it will ensure that you get more REM, ensures that you wake up feeling refreshed and more focused for the day. Also, the human brain is highly active during the REM stages of sleep, leading to higher calorie expenditure. You actually burn more calories during sleep than you do while your relaxing watching tv or reading a book 

Intermittent fasting

Intermittent fasting creates an anabolic environment in your body and promotes fat loss. Give it a try once or twice a week while you sleep. Instead of having your evening meal, drink water and go the night without eating. In doing this you’ll speed up your metabolism ensuring that you burn more fat while your sleeping.  


Exercise is a great way of ensuring a good night’s sleep – and the more vigorous the better. To maximise your calorie burn, try an intense cardio, weights or combined cardio and weights session. This will push your body into the fat-burning zone, but its benefits don’t end there. Exercising has been proven to raise the metabolism, helping your body burn up to an additional 100 calories over the following 24 hours.

On the nights when you’re not fasting, try having a high-protein snack before bedtime. It may consist of chicken, turkey breast, protein shake, tuna, cottage cheese or a protein shake. This will fuel your body and ensure that you won’t disrupt your sleep.

Focus on these three areas whilst eating a balanced healthy diet and your body will take care of the rest, burning more calories right throughout the night.

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