The Bad News
Yes, you take Calotren® at bedtime and then go right to sleep.
Calotren® is recommended to take at bedtime for the most efficient results. The chart below explains why.
Not only does Calotren® help you to lose pounds and inches, but it also helps your body to heal.
Calotren® is a dietary supplement intended for weight loss. However, unlike other weight loss aids, the essential active ingredient in Calotren® is actually good for you.
It is collagen protein, the second-most abundant substance in the human body (with water being the first). This ingredient, along with amino acids and other all-natural nutrients, helps to promote healthy lean muscle and weight loss and does so while being stimulant- and drug-free.
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When we think of weight gain and weight loss we automatically think about the foods we eat and needing to exercise, but something that way too often gets overlooked and directly effects your weight is SLEEP!
Straight off of page two of The Definitive Guide to Healthy, Natural Weight loss..Enjoy Mental Weight Loss Tip #4: Trick Your Willpower.
For some of us, being active is easier said than done. Sure, we might be able to push ourselves to be more active for a little while, although sticking to it is another story. But there are so many benefits to staying active, especially as you age.
Diet and gut health are very closely linked. Avoiding processed foods, high-fat foods, and foods high in refined sugars is extremely important to maintaining a healthy microbiome, as these foods destroy good bacteria and promote growth of damaging bacteria. There are also a number of foods you can eat that actively promote the growth of beneficial bacteria, contributing to your overall health.
These food include:
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Many facets of modern life such as high stress levels, too little sleep, eating processed and high-sugar foods, and taking antibiotics can all damage our gut microbiome. This in turn may affect other aspects of our health, such as the brain, heart, immune system, skin, weight, hormone levels, ability to absorb nutrients, and even the development of cancer.