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Health Tip of the Week – The easiest way to lose 5 pounds

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By Ian Hart

If you want the simplest and most effective way to lose weight, I have the answer – and I will give it to you in minute – but before I tell you what it is, I think we all know ultimately what needs to be done to lose weight… it’s the actual action steps of losing the weight that is lacking. Many times people need accountability, motivation and a support systems to get them out of the unhealthy pattern so that caused the weight gain.

With that being said, this tip I am about to give you should be one of the easier things to take action on, because it requires very little willpower and takes verylittle effort.

Ok, now that we got that out of the way. The simplest and easiest way to lose 5lbs is to go to bed early. Go to bed at a time when you can ensure that you get a good eight hours or so of sleep for 1 week straight and I can assure you that you will lose weight. But… that’s not all. I want you to shut down your wifi and shut off all your electronic gear and move it far away from where you sleep (at least 10 feet). It is also good to even shut down all your circuit breakers in the house. This will allow you to get a deep rest.

All the extra wifi and electrical activity doesn’t allow your body to get a good night’s sleep. Give it a try, I think you will be surprised by the results.

Ian Hart is creator of EarthFIT Transformation Systems and co-creator of the Back Pain Relief4Life Formula. Contact him at www.beaufortpersonaltraining.com or 800.718.7FIT.

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