MELT Fat with THIS Winter Trick! (EASY)
Cold weather is here, and the holidays are right around the corner.
And you know what that means…
Lots of sitting in your favorite chair, eating your favorite foods, and (unfortunately) packing on the pounds.
It doesn’t help that your body actually releases hormones during the winter that cause you to store body fat.
It was great a couple of thousand years ago… but it’s not so great now.
But I’ve got great news for you.
Researchers have identified a way to help your body naturally burn fat this winter. And it doesn’t involve a special diet—or ANY exercise.
You have two types of fat in your body.
White fat stores calories, and tends to accumulate around your midsection, butt, and thighs. (It’s what you see when you look in the mirror… or that bulge that’s making your pants too tight.)
Brown fat, on the other hand, burns calories.
Researchers have identified a way to turn white fat into brown fat—so you can go from storing fat to burning it.
What’s the secret?
An increase in vitamin A seems to help your body convert white fat into beneficial brown fat while also increasing your fat-burning rate.
But this does not mean you start supplementing with vitamin A.
Instead, there’s an all-natural, completely free way to get your body to release more of its own vitamin A…
Take a cold shower!
A study published in Molecular Metabolism showed that exposure to cold causes vitamin A to be redistributed in the body from your liver (where it’s stored) into your body’s white fat.
Once there, vitamin A helps to activate the brown fat, which essentially burns your body fat to produce heat.
If you want to make sure you’re getting plenty of vitamin A, eat foods like green leafy vegetables, orange and yellow vegetables, dairy, liver, and fish. (But don’t take vitamin A supplements without your doctor’s help.)
And if you want to make sure vitamin A is getting released to your fat cells—so that you can start burning fat instead of storing it—try some exposure to cold temperatures.
Because I live in Arizona, I’ve found that the easiest way to do that regularly is to soak in a natural spring… or take a cold shower.
Both have numerous benefits for the body.
Possibly helping prevent winter weight gain is just the start.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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