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How to lose weight while you sleep with these 5 bedtime drinks – The Sun

Posted: February 13, 2020 at 12:43 am

WOULDN'T it be great if weight loss was so straight forward that you could even do it in your sleep?

Well, it kind of is.


One easy way you can improve the quality of your sleep and boost your weight loss is by sipping on certain beverages before you hit the hay.

In particular, they can help your body blitz fat, especially around your belly, and lower stress levels.

Here, we take you through the five best drinks that will help you maximise weight loss while you sleep and get more zzzs too...

A glass of milk can help you get shut eye because it's brimming with calcium and something called tryptophan.

Experts say calcium helps the brain to use the amino acid tryptophan to create the substance melatonin, which is well known for inducing sleep.

On top of this, high levels of calcium consumption can help to get rid of body fat, especially around the tummy area.

A 2010 study, carried out by researchers from the University of Negev, Israel, even claimed that drinking just two glasses of milk each day will help you lose weight.

They found that adults who drank the most milk almost two glasses a day and had the highest vitamin D and calcium levels, lost an average of almost 12lb after two years.

Chamomile tea is often nicknamed the "sleepy tea" for a reason.

It's been used for centuries as a sleep aid, thanks to healing ingredients like apigenin and bisabolol.

In particular, the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians all used chamomile as a dressing for wounds to help them heal quicker.

Nowadays, it's known to help soothe muscle spasms, which makes it the ideal pre-bed drink.

It can also help to ease belly cramps, IBS, indigestion and gas.

Drinking a small glass of 100 per cent grape juice before bed can apparently help you blitz body fat while you sleep.

Research has claimed eating or drinking simple carbs, which are found in grape juice, triggers insulin secretion at night.

Insulation regulates the bodys circadian rhythms - the 24-hour cycles that dictate everything from when we feel sleepy to when our immune cells are most active.

Plus, grapes are packed with antioxidants which convert calories storing white fat, into calorie burning brown fat.

Many people think soy protein shakes are just for weightlifters in the gym - however they are also perfect for slimmers.

This is because soy in milk or protein power form is packed full with the amino acid tryptophan.

Tryptophan is said to decrease cortisol levels in people which which helps bust fat.

Even though metabolism slows down when you sleep, it still keeps working, and your protein shake will be digested and absorbed as youre getting to sleep.

Kefir is a milky, yogurt-like drink made from fermented milk.

It holds a lot of the same health benefits as milk, and is a good source of calcium and protein.

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However it also holds some additional benefits, such as probiotics.

These "friendly bacteria" are known for helping to ease the symptoms of IBS and reducing bloating and digestive distress.

The drink also helps to improve your sleep and enhance your exercise performance.

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