Former NASA scientist Ray Cronise tried countless popular diets to lose weight, but all failed. So he put his NASA brain to work analyzing his desired weight loss goals and discovered the completely overlooked aspect of thermodynamics in fat loss.
Cronise explains, “The current paradigm of losing weight is diet versus exercise, calories in, calories out. What I was able to do was figure out that another big part is the environment we’re in. Our body temperature remains constant and it takes a lot of energy to keep it that way, no different than heating your house.”
With this theory in mind, he effectively doubled his weight loss rate by exposing his body to cold, forcing his metabolism to start burning at full blast in order to heat his body. Taking cold walks, cold showers, and drinking cold water enabled him to lose 30 pounds of fat (fat, not weight) in six weeks!
You might think you’re burning lots of calories when you sweat profusely during rigorous exercise, but Ray believes it’s possible to burn way more calories when you’re cold. All in all, Ray lost 50 pounds of fat and has successfully kept it off.