11 Ways To Lose a Few Pounds Without Really Trying
Bonus: Some of these actually require eating
The Study: Fiona Johnson of University College London
The Theory: In mildly cold conditions, your body can generate heat without shivering ("non-shivering thermogenesis" if you're a scientist), and researchers believe that this response has an impact on brown fat. Unlike regular fat, brown fat burns calories like a furnace when it's activated by non-shivering thermogenesis.
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