Want to learn how to actually lose body fat? Rich Rowland has the answers

Yeah, yeah. Everyone has heard that we need somewhere between 7 and 9 hours of sleep. Well, it turns out it is way more important than you think when it comes to fat loss and health. It is estimated that the average person will spend 1/3 of their life sleeping. Your body actually does a great job of using stored fat for energy while we sleep, but sleeping less makes the body preserve fat for energy rather than utilize it. Sleeping under 7 hours a night causes the body to produce more of the hormone Ghrelin. Ghrelin hormone signals hunger, and that typically leads to overeating during the day, and longer eating windows. Read More