Wear some summer or warm weather clothing and then stay in a room that's less than 66℉ (19℃) for
2-to-6 hours &…
You'll easily burn 500 calories or Lose ONE extra Pound each
week without doing any exercise & YES…
This Seriously Works & Here's the scientific proof…
In this study people
Increased their fat burning metabolism by 80% by burning 250 calories
every 3 hours (or 500 calories every 6 hours) in a 64℉ (18℃) room but…
It only took 2 hours to burn 410 calories (or 820 calories every 4
hours) in this
with people sitting in a 66℉ (19℃) room
In another 6 week study people
who were already lean to begin withLost 5 percent of their body fat in 6
weeks after spending only 2 hours a day in a 63℉ (17℃) room.
So why this does work?
Your body will burn calories to create enough heat to warm you up in order
to maintain your normal body temperature of 98.6℉ (37℃)
Colder temperatures activates the
brown fat in your body and its the brown
fat that actually burns off the ugly white fat (your belly fat, flabby arms,
love handles & etc.) for energy to keep you warm.
Quick brown fat fact:The slimmer you are = the more brown fat you have &…
It only takes 10 days of spending 6 hours per day in temperatures of 59℉
(15℃) to increase the amount of brown fat you have according to this
If maximally stimulated, Brown fat can burn 300 to 500 calories a day -- enough to lose up to a pound in a week.Aaron Cypess, MD, PhD instructor of medicine at Harvard
You can Turn Your Ugly White Fat into
Fat Burning Brown Fat
Temperatures lower than 66℉ Only Forces the brown fat you already have into burning more fat
to keep you warm but at a temperature cold enough to make you shiver (usually lower than 59℉…)
Your brown fat can't burn enough calories (or energy) on its own to warm you
up so at that point your muscles release another fat burning hormone called irisin
to team-up with your brown fat to burn even more calories to help warm you up
Irisin turns some of your ugly white fat into fat burning brown fat
and exposing yourself to temperatures lower than 59℉ for 15 minutes
produces the same amount of irisin as an hour of exercise.
The theory here is that you'll get the same fat burning benefits of hours of cold
exposure when you place an ice pack on the back of your lower neck/upper back
area for only 15-to-30
minutes because most of the brown fat you have is located around your neck,
collar bones & shoulder blades.
3. Or wear an ice vest
Ice vest like
Cool Fat Burner vest help you comfortably place ice on
the areas of your body where brown fat is usually located.
article talks about how wearing an ice jacket can help you burn 500 calories
a day or lose 1 pound every week without exercising.
4. Drink ice cold water
Your body burns up to 140 calories for every gallon of ice cold water you
drink. You can easily lose an extra 7-to-15 pounds a year drinking at least 2 liters of ice cold water daily.
5. Exercise in the cold
You'll burn more fat rather than more blood sugar/glycogen
according to this study
when working out in the cold doing low-to-moderate intensity workouts like
walking, yoga or
Actual results:Ray Cronise
lost 27 pounds in 6 weeks doing 20-to-30 minute "shiver walks" where he would
walk outside in colder temperatures wearing nothing but a T-shirt,
earmuffs and gloves on his upper body.
6. Cold Showers
5-to-15 minute cold showers will help you burn a lot of calories in a shorter period of time because water takes heat away from your body over 20 times faster
than cold air does.
You may want to gradually work your up to colder
showers instead of starting off right away with your shower set at the coldest
Fat Burning Tip: Combine cold showers or
ice baths with
Intermittent fasting by showering during your fasting period
(or in the morning) for even faster fat loss.
Submerging yourself in 50-to-70℉ (10-to-21℃) water for no longer than 10-to-30 minutes will
speed up fat loss because in this
Your metabolism increases by 93% in water that's 68℉
Your metabolism increases by 350% & noradrenaline (another fat burning hormone) increases by 530% in water
To do an ice bath…
Use as much ice as you need to get the water down to 70℉
need 5+ lbs. of ice to do this) and once most of the ice melts…
Start off by only submerging your legs and waist for about 5-to-15
minutes and then Submerge everything except for your head & hands for the last 5-to-15
Work up to submerging your entire body except for your head for only
minutes (see safety guidelines)
8. Lose Weight in Your Sleep
You'll gain 42% more brown fat and you'll increase your metabolism by 10% in
less than a month sleeping in a room at 66℉ (19℃) according to this
Imagine how much weight you'll lose in your sleep if you went lower than
66℉, slept nude and/or slept without bed sheets.
You'll burn at least 250 calories every 3 hours in a 64℉ (18℃) room based
on this study or about 700 calories sleeping 8 hours a night and once you
You can use your bed sheets to lose more weight…
9. Wear less clothes
You can increase the calorie burn when you're exposing yourself to
colder temperatures by wearing less clothes, get naked if possible, wear lighter clothing or the clothing
you'd generally wear when its real hot.
For example: When you go on an outdoor 'Shiver Walk' you want to wear the least
amount of clothes as you possibly can that causes you to shiver slightly.
One reason why some people are overweight despite the fact they live in colder climates is because they dress too warmly preventing the activation of brown fat & other fat burning hormones.
Cold exposure is like exercise
The longer you exercise & The longer you expose yourself to temperatures lower than 66℉ (19℃) = the more calories you'll burn
The higher the intensity of the exercise & the intensity of the cold exposure or the lower the temperature = the more calories you'll burn but
you won't last too long depending on the intensity -
See how to burn 800 calories in 3 minutes
Colder is not better. Anything lower than an air
temperature of 32℉ (0℃) or a water temperature of 50℉ (10℃) is
not safe. Studies have already proven you can get excellent results at an
air temperature of 66℉ (19℃) or a water
Moving water is colder water. If your ice bath has a
jetstream system then the moving water that hits you will actually be
colder than what is being measured by your thermometer.
Medical Conditions: Check with your doctor (especially if you have high blood pressure or heart problems) but
generally… If your doctor is okay with you exercising then cold exposure should be fine as well.
Protect your face, hands & feet. Protect your cold
sensitive areas like your face, hands & feet with things like a scarf,
gloves, socks & earmuffs when you're exposed to very low temperatures.
30 minute limit. When taking cold showers or ice baths (especially those
closer to 50℉ (10℃) ) you want to limit your time to 30 minutes to prevent
Get a Partner. Have someone nearby who can help you in
the case of an emergency if you're going to be exposing yourself to very low
air or water temperatures.
Burn 800 Calories in 3 Minutes
If you have access to a CryoSauna or a CryoChamber then
you can easily burn 500-to-800 calories in 3 minutes due to the fact that a
CryoSauna exposes your body to negative 220- to-300 degrees Fahrenheit
1-to-3 minutes so think of CryoSaunas as an Extreme Weight Loss Ice Bath
I've always been a pretty lean guy, so I was actually surprised by the weight loss effectDr. Ron Whitfield after losing 10 pounds using a CryoSauna