15 years old blind senior cries of sadness longing for help out of overcrowded kill shelter

Numerous studies show that if you give people the same diet and make the follow the same exercise regime, the ones who are sleep-deprived (sleeping 5.5 hours or less a day) lose about 55% less body fat compared to the ones who sleep at least 8 hours a day. Imagine this - you can actually burn more fat just by sleeping more. How is that possible at all? Read on to find out.

There are at least three factors that facilitate the fat burning process in good sleepers.

First of all, it is well known that you produce the greatest amount of human growth hormone at night, but only if you are asleep (and moreover, primarily if you are asleep between 10am and 2am!). This hormone, notorious for its antianging function, not only helps you build muscle tissue but it also protects your muscles. And, as may have already heard, the more muscle the body carries, the more fat it burns.

Secondly, when you are sleep-deprived (and applies especially if you are awake between 10pm and 2am), your body produces excess amounts of cortisol, at the wrong time. Cortisol is a stress hormone and it triggers a process that burns muscle tissue, slows down metabolism and encourages fat storage. In other words, cortisol sets off the breakdown of your proteins and their subsequent conversion into fat. So you really want to be sleeping at night to avoid excess cortisol production at the wrong time. (NB: You do need cortisol, of course, but early in the morning so you can have energy to move around).

And last but not least, when you sleep well at night, your body produces melatonin which, as indicated in a recent study published in The Journal of Pineal Research, is a powerful fat burner. Melatonin is another hormone, and it practically increases your brown adipose tissue (i.e. good fat) which functions similar to your muscle tissue in that it burns white adipose tissue (i.e. bad fat). In effect, melatonin helps increase your metabolic rate. In addition, melatonin has been recognized as a powerful anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory agent. But you can only produce it at night and only if you are asleep!

So if you want to look good and feel good, hop in bed early and treat yourself to a sound sleep. Stay up late and you will gradually turn into a fat ball.

The cries of sadness as HARVEY longs for help out of the overcrowded San Bernardino County - Devore Shelter are heartbreaking. How can anyone explain to a friendly, 15 years old Chihuahua that no one wants him nor has anyone come to even visit him lately?

BLIND SENIOR

HARVEY #A710529

I am a male, tan Chihuahua - Smooth Coated.
The shelter staff think I am about 15 years old
I have been at the shelter since Feb 10, 2019.

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
San Bernardino County - Devore Shelter at (909) 386-9820
Ask for information about animal ID number #A710529

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Are you on a fat loss diet? If so, there are a few mistakes you will want to avoid. These errors happen time and time again and take any well-meaning dieter away from their goals. By arming yourself with the following information, you can ensure you stay on track to greater success...

1. Not Tracking Calories Religiously. If there is one thing, everyone should do while dieting it is track calories. If you are serious about seeing the best results possible, you will find a way to make this happen. Yes, it can be a nuisance, but it is the way to guarantee you get the results you are after.

Eventually, you may get to the point of being able to eyeball servings but to start with - count, count, count.

2. Neglecting Your Fiber Intake. Do not forget your fiber intake! It is easy to leave fiber in the dust thinking it is just another carb so to be avoided. However, high fiber diets produce favorable weight loss results. You are better off eating more fiber even if it means eating a few extra carbs some of the time.

Besides, fiber is just plain healthy. It keeps you regular, helps to balance blood sugar, and can aid in the prevention of heart disease.

3. Thinking "Calorie-Free = Weight Loss Friendly." Another mistake you will want to avoid is thinking "calorie-free means weight loss friendly." Too many people get caught up in this trap because it would seem to make sense.

If a portion of food does not contain any calories, how could it impact your body weight? However, here is the deal: sometimes calorie-free foods can cause food cravings to set in, and these food cravings can leave you wanting foods you otherwise would not be eating.

If this occurs, you will be taking in calories you need to avoid, and this is what will lead to weight gain.

4. Eating Too Few Calories Each Day. The last weight loss mistake to avoid is eating too few calories each day This one may seem silly - how could a low-calorie intake be a problem? Eating too few calories each day will set you up for...

a slower metabolism,
binge eating, and quite possibly,
lean muscle mass loss.
It is just not something you want to do as a calorie is the amount of energy needed to convert a certain amount of food to fuel
There you have four fat loss mistakes it would be a good idea to avoid. Are you falling for any of these?

Although managing your disease can be very challenging, Type 2 diabetes is not a condition you must just live with. You can make simple changes to your daily routine and lower both your weight and your blood sugar levels. Hang in there, the longer you do it, the easier it gets.

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