Without clothes on in bed, your lowered body temperature stimulates your brown fat. This healthy fat burns more calories when your body is cooler, because it generates heat to regulate your overall temperature. Studies suggest higher brown fat levels correlate with improved blood glucose control and insulin sensitivity, along with faster resting metabolic rates.
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