How To Optimise Your Body Clock To Lose Weight

7am: Time To Wake Up

The idea now is that every organ, and possibly every cell has its own clock, and these are synchronised by a clock in the brain.Ideally, you’ll be consistent with your wake-up times.

7.20am: Get Your Running Shoes On

After an overnight fast, the glucose stored in our body is low. Therefore, when we exercise our muscles are likely to burn more fat

10am: Eat Breakfast

Various studies have shown the benefits of intermittent fasting for weight loss.10am offers the chance to fast slightly later in the morning, so you can finish eating before 8pm in the evening

12pm: Finish Your Last Cup Of Coffee

While one unit of alcohol takes an hour for the body to break down, it takes up to six hours for it to clear the caffeine from a single shot of espresso from your system.

2pm: Eat Some Carbs Now

This is the meal where you should get most of your carbs .Consuming carbs midday will be important to give you some fuel to get you through the rest of the day.

3.42pm: Short Break

One of the big problems these days is that the only time we take to pause is when we go to bed,Factoring in simple breaks to just do nothing is essential to sleep better later.

5pm: Grab Some Weights

A 2019 study found that between 4pm and 6pm your core body temperature is at its highest and your muscles and joints are most warmed up.So do some yoga or exercise.

6pm: Finish Dinner

The most effective thing people can do for their weight loss is to eat a couple of hours earlier in the evening than they might think,but it should be 3-4 hours before bed.

8pm:Skip Glass Of Wine

It might be tempting to crash on the sofa with a glass of wine, but it’s generally unwise.

10pm: Get To Bed

Ideally you’ll have been slowing down, closing your curtains, and switching off your smartphone before this point, but aim to get about eight hours of sleep to help lose weight

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