“Cannot fall asleep and/or stay asleep at night? Tossing and Turning? Feeling un-refreshed in the morning, tired, need mid-day nap? Craving for sweets, coffee and gained weight?”

A sleepy brain is the brain that craves

With our busy 24/7 lifestyles, many of us simply do not get enough sleep. This has become so common that taking in cups of coffee to get us through the morning has become normal practice.

We are aware that cutting down on calorie intake, eating right and exercising can play a significant role in weight loss. However, are you also aware that getting enough sleep can also play a huge role in weight loss? Lack of sleep will affect your cognitive process skills.

The various sleep cycles play key role in your brain memory, thinking, making decisions, learning, concentration; problem solving and alertness, brain fog while trying to work, memory declining, if you not sleep enough theses set of skills will decline. As well as hormonal production, which affect significantly our mood.

Here’s how you negatively affect your eating and activity levels when you don’t sleep.

The Sleep and Weight Loss Connection

Good sleep restores the body’s ability to regulate metabolic functions that affect weight gain. Lack of sleep is related to an increase in hunger and appetite, affecting your peptides Ghrelin and Leptin regulation. These hormones are the ones that are responsible for signals hunger and satiety to the brain. Our tired brains not only long for food, but more specifically longs for sugary, salty, fatty foods. You end up not only eating more and more of unhealthier foods, but your body also finds it hard to digest them. Studies have shown that only one week of reduced sleep can seriously hamper your activity levels and your body’s glucose processing capacity making you resistant to insulin.

Resistance to Insulin makes your body to retain more sugar rather than digesting and exhausting it as energy. Research has shown that sleep deprivation and resistance to insulin over an extended period of time increases your chances of having a type 2 diabetes, affecting your blood sugar levels which can lead to overweight and obesity overtime and irregularities in your brain neurotransmitters production.

Working out is a lot harder when you’re exhausted.

When we don’t sleep enough our posture and movement changes, and if your body is unable to repair itself, I don’t think you would want to work out again the following day. You’d probably want to defer to some other time in the future when you would be feeling up to it. If this continues, you might end up not hitting the gym as often as you should. This causes your activity levels to drop, makes you burn less calories and eventually leads to weight gain.

Research has shown that 90% of those suffering from insomnia stand a higher chance of developing other health conditions like:

Obesity and overweight Diabetes

Low immune system

High blood sugar

High cholesterol

Heart diseases

High blood pressures

Moodiness, Depression, Anxiety

An increased risk of cancer

How We Can Help

I’m sure you are convinced now that there are many benefits of having a good night’s rest. And this requires some nutritional and lifestyle changes. This is where we come in. We first evaluate you to determine the fundamental causes of your sleep issues, then we take care of;

Any imbalances in neurotransmitters (like adrenaline, serotonin, GABA, etc.)

Any faulty regulation in melatonin

Any imbalances in the Thyroid

Any IgG Food Sensitivities

Inflammation or infections in the Gut

Any parasites in the Gut

Any depletions in Nutrients

Any deficiencies in the enzymes and gut acids

Replenishing any depletion in Nutrients depletion

Eliminating any Sensitivities to IgG Food

Reducing any indicators of blood inflammation

4R protocol – using medicinal foods and supplements

Weight issues

The “Better Sleep Better Health” program will:

Address the fundamental causes of the type of insomnia you’re experiencing: be it Cortisol, GABA or
Serotonin/Melatonin Related

Improve deficiencies in nutrients

Enhanced sleep patterns

Help with weight Loss

No doubt, the benefits of full sweet night sleep are greater than we thought. Putting you back into a full night sleep requires some lifestyle changes and nutritional support.

Is This Program Right For You?

The “Better Sleep Better Health” Solution Program is for anyone who has been struggled with sleep issues and weight gain and is ready to move
forward to reduce symptoms, improve sleep, improve digestion, regain energy, balance blood sugar, hormones and neurotransmitters and find the real root cause of your unexplained weight gain.

This program if perfect for anyone who wants to overcome:

Food Allergies



Low Blood Sugar

Insulin Resistance

Heart Disease

Chronic Pain


Irritable Bowel / Bloated

High Cholesterol

High Blood Pressure






Chronic Colds

Celiac Disease

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome







Graves’ Disease

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

Mood Swings

It is 12 weeks’ science based program. Step-by-step, easy to adopt, based on real food, proved strategies, straightforward and simple. It requires, shopping, chopping and chewing – Building A Healthier You, One Bite At A Time. Tools, resources and full support is what I will provide you, so you could focus on getting healthy and balanced.
FREE of Stress.

You have the POWER to change, Lose WEIGHT and get BETTER.

Please Call 408-966-4972 or email us at contact@mor-nutrition4life.com or click the button below to Book Your 15 minutes FREE Consultation

DISCLAIMER: The information on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or another healthcare provider. If you have any concerns about your own health, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Mor's Nutrition & More!: Chen Ben Asher
22311 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Cupertino, CA 95014-1038
(408) 966-4972