TMHS 195: 7 Small Changes To Help You Burn More Fat This Year

Burning fat is an inside job. Your body has an innate intelligence that’s designed to burn more fat for fuel, or to store more fat for a rainy day. The most important realization you’ll ever have is that this intelligence is all based on the programming you give it.

The good news is that there are several little known (yet incredibly powerful!) clinically proven ways to train your body to burn more fat. Today you’re going to learn how to utilize these valuable strategies to help shape your body and health for many years to come!

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • What water-induced thermogenesis is and how it impacts weight loss.
  • How much water you need to drink for a fat loss effect.
  • How overeating and dehydration are related
  • Tips to ensure that you’re drinking enough water each day.
  • Why sleep deprivation is one of the biggest causes of overeating.
  • Which sleep-related hormone actually helps your body burn more fat.
  • Whether or not moonlight can negatively impact sleep.
  • Which form of exercise best enhances your basal metabolic rate.
  • How cardio compares to resistance training for long-term fat loss.
  • Which overlooked category of nutrients are critical in upregulating fat loss.
  • How you can stress your way into gaining weight.
  • What specific stress management practice is proven to aid in weight loss.
  • How to activate a special kind of fat that actually BURNS fat!

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  • Tenika Clemmer
    10 Jan 2017, 7:59 am

    I need more information on the study you qouted about drinking water and increasing calorie consumption. As a RN I would like to read that study to incorporate it into my teaching for patients. Can you email me the study name and where published? Thanks

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  • 18 Jan 2017, 8:43 am

    Hi Shawn!!

    As always, LOVE LOVE your content and research. We’ve met before (hope you remember me from your NYC book signing) As mentioned, your book “Sleep Smarter” was the secret sauce to my productivity into finally giving birth to YSuperstars! Since then, I have also become a certified Nutritional Therapy Consultant and have combined my SKA’s and started my YouTube Channel to help Youth Developers shine and take care of themselves. Healthy you, healthy children! I’ll love to add value to #1 tip with my latest video, “Water Facts & Hacks” (Which by the way, has many things that I’ve learn from your podcast!!)
    https://youtu.be/X6l3hr7sO8Q

    **I am currently in new research mode about zipping vs. chugging** Specifically for those who are constantly running to the bathroom every 5-10 minutes. The learning never stops! I would love to get some of your resources. Life-long learner cheers!

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  • Sarah Corbin
    2 Apr 2017, 6:09 am

    Hi, I’m from the UK and this was so interesting and well explained – thank you. I do think caution should be applied in regard to water consumption, where the 500ml water study has been cited as a weight loss tool. Our kidneys are unable to deal with 800ml or more per hour and levels in excess of this can cause serious intoxication and possible fatal consequences. While water intake is clearly an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle, I do think people should be made aware of the dangers of drinking too much water, in the context of studies such as these. A good indicater is the colour of your urine (should be clear) and to drink when your thirsty. Thanks again!

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