what's happening and what other people might think
Save on your heating bills and rev your metabolism: Does it sound too good to be true? Turns out, cooler temps activate brown fat in your body, which actually helps burn calories and may prevent obesity and diabetes. According to recent research in Diabetes, setting the bedroom thermostat at 66 degrees F. helped people burn up to 175 more calories each night compared to when they slept at a more balmy 75 degrees F. Those numbers add up, so turn down the heat while you sleep to crank up the burn. - Lainley Younkin, M.S., R.D. from Eating Well Jan/Feb 2015
Michelle Devaney, Owner/Chef
I love to cook. But more importantly, I love to cook for other people.