The Belly Melt Diet explains why syncing your circadian rhythm (your body's 24-hour cycle) and other innate cycles is a surefire way to lose weight and melt your belly fat for good. The first step is identifying your body rhythm type. We’re not all wired the same way, and researchers have come up with bird terms to help describe two different types of people. Some are “larks,” who happily get up with the sun and who go to bed every night well before midnight. Others are “owls,” night birds who rise between 9:00 a.m. and noon, and may not get to bed till the wee hours. These predispositions are probably hereditary--linked genetically in ways that researchers are still unraveling. Though many of us have bits of both lark and owl aspects, it’s helpful to figure out what your dominant body rhythm is so you can make the most of your daily routine--and maximize weight loss. Taking this fun quiz, by seeing which statement best describes you, will help you do just that.
Aug 29, 2012