Are you a night-time snacker?

Curb appetite, reduce stress and anxiety, and sleep through the night!

We’ve all experienced it… You have a healthy green smoothie or some cottage cheese for breakfast, a salad for lunch, and a sensible, low calorie dinner. You’re doing great. But then evening rolls around… and those nighttime cravings kick in. Before you know it you’ve inhaled hundreds of extra calories and completely sabotaged your diet.

The problem? Nighttime binge eating. It plagues millions of people throughout the world… but not for long. I have the answer for you. A unique formula that was specifically designed to break the nighttime binge-eating cycle and help you finally achieve diet success.

This product helps you fight back against those nighttime cravings by reducing stress and suppressing appetite… without harsh stimulants, dangerous chemicals or habit-forming sleep aids. And unlike ordinary diet pills, it won’t wear off right about the same time that the nighttime binge-eating cycle is kicking in. It’s perfect for anyone whose diet keeps failing because of out-of-control nighttime binging.

I used to be horrible at nighttime eating – I would make a nice dinner, but several hours later would treat myself to a glass of wine, and of course a few crackers and some cheese along with it. One glass led to another, and a little sweet after the savory sounded good to me, and before you knew it, I had consumed the equivalent of a full meal – in snack/wine style. Of course I found it hard to control my weight!

A good friend introduced me to some plant-based supplements that were backed by science and very effective. I got great results from all of them – and especially this nighttime binge-eating deterrent. I simply took two purple capsules about an hour after dinner, and that was it. No desire to eat, and if I did enjoy a glass of wine, it didn’t morph into a full-meal deal! And the sleep benefits are amazing!!

If you have difficultly falling or staying asleep, assistance in obtaining effective sleep is a key aspect of this formula, since many people find themselves binge eating during nighttime wakefulness. It was developed with a specialized compound that, when consumed at either 6:00, 8:00, 9:00 p.m. or 2-4 hours before one’s habitual bedtime (whenever your nighttime binge eating cycle occurs), has been shown to significantly decrease sleep onset latency (therefore helping users get to sleep faster), significantly decrease latency to stage 2 sleep (therefore helping users fall into deep sleep faster), and to ultimately result in no “hangover” effects.

Bottom line, it solves a myriad of problems that are triggered by these nighttime habits. I’ve included the entire fact sheet about this supplement so you can read the science behind the formulation. I take this every night like clockwork – and sleep like a very satisfied baby!

Click here to see the Fact Sheet!

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Sleep for the “health” of it!

6 Tried and True Tips for Sleep, Beautiful Sleep!

Though our 24/7 society may not place a high priority on sleep, adequate rest has never been more important. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sleep problems are a national epidemic, with 30 percent of adults reporting that they get less than six hours of sleep on an average night. Insufficient sleep is linked to a myriad of health problems, like obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. If you’re one of the millions of Americans having trouble getting enough sleep, here are some tips you can try.

Build Exercise into Your Daily Routine
Exercising too close to bedtime can make it difficult to fall asleep. But getting some exercise earlier in the day has an opposite effect and will actually help you sleep better. The National Sleep Foundation reports that exercise is especially beneficial for people who have sleep disorders, with even a single session of aerobic activity reducing the amount of time it takes to fall asleep for people suffering from chronic insomnia and improving overall sleep quality. The good news is that it isn’t necessary to get intense, athlete-level exercise, either: the benefits were seen from moderate-intensity aerobic exercise.

Ditch the Late-Night Snack
After a long day, nothing seems quite as comforting as a dish of ice cream while watching the late show. But in addition to wreaking havoc on your waistline, it turns out that eating too close to bed can disturb your sleep, too. Your body has to work to digest whatever you eat. If you’re truly hungry, have a lighter and easier to digest snack instead, like a piece of fruit.

Nix the Nightcap        
When it comes to sleep, alcohol is the great paradox. Because a drink can often take the edge off and make you feel more relaxed and sleepy, it seems logical that it would help you give you a better night’s sleep. While a review of 27 studies concluded that alcohol does indeed help users fall asleep more quickly, it results in poorer quality sleep, so you are less likely to feel well rested and refreshed in the morning. The negative effects are even more pronounced if you consume more than one drink.

Beware the Blue Glow        
Most of us spend the majority of our day in front of electronic screens, whether it’s our computer at work or our smartphones. Our bosses often expect us to bring work home, and then there’s the ever-present lure of Facebook. Even seemingly harmless pastimes like watching TV can disrupt sleep. But sleep experts say that exposure to the blue glow of electronic screens before bed contribute to poor sleep, in part by blocking our body’s release of sleep-promoting melatonin. Turn off the electronics a couple hours before bed and read a book instead to promote healthy sleep. 

Manage Your Stress
Stress is the biggest bugaboo of modern life. Between busy schedules, money worries and unsettling stories on the news, it’s no wonder that we find it difficult to relax. Not surprisingly, that high stress level also leads to difficulty sleeping and evening binge eating. Managing your stress has multiple benefits, though, and not just for sleep. Lower stress levels lead to lower blood pressure, a stronger immune system and decreased risk of diseases. Try relaxing habits like meditation, prayer, yoga or journaling. 

Our favorite way of addressing stress and night time binge eating is LunaGen.

LunaGen helps you fight back against those nighttime cravings by reducing stress and suppressing appetite*… without harsh stimulants, dangerous chemicals or habit-forming sleep aids. And unlike ordinary diet pills, LunaGen won’t wear off right about the same time that the nighttime binge-eating cycle is kicking in. It’s perfect for anyone whose diet keeps failing because of out-of-control nighttime binging.

Improving your sleep habits does take a little bit of effort and self-discipline, but the rewards of a better night sleep will help you stay healthy and age-proof.

FIND YOUR LIMITLESS.
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