3. Eat Smaller Meals
In addition to heavy weightlifting and the above mentioned meals, you should eat small meals during the day because when you eat smaller meals, your metabolism rate increases and as a result you will burn more calories as you sleep. When you prepare the small meals, focus more on proteins, whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Cut out junk foods, processed foods and soft drinks.
While healthy eating and exercise are the best ways to burn calories, it is possible to burn calories while you sleep because good dietary habits and exercise work together to assist in weight loss. You should use the above mentioned steps as part of a permanent weight loss plan so that you will have a healthier body long term. When you burn excess fat you also reduce chances of getting diabetes, heart failure and even cancer according to some medical researchers.