“You burn the most fat for fuel when you’re sleeping,” stated registered dietitian Dr. Felicia Stoler on Boston Ion Media Network’s Conversation with Rod Morrison. Sleep also provides the body an opportunity to recharge, repair and reset. Stoler encouraged viewers to get at least six hours of sleep a night. She highlighted good sleep hygiene practices: turn off computers and electronics, avoid caffeine and drink decaffeinated green tea. Green tea contains the amino acid L-theanine, which promotes relaxation and minimizes stress for people whose minds are going a mile a minute and are unable to rest. Those who prefer to get consistent dosages by taking supplements should try Suntheanine, a patented form of L-theanine produced by an enzymatic process.