Tuesday, 3. July 2012
The participants spent two weeks getting only 5 1 / 2 hours of sleep per night. At least three months later, they returned to the sleep lab and spent two weeks bed for 8 1 / 2 hours a night.All the while, the participants provided meals and had unlimited access to snacks. The researchers – including E. Nedelchev Arlet, MD, University of Chicago – monitored what participants ate snacks.
If you are looking for a way to reduce snacking, you can get more sleep.
E. Nedelchev study appears in the January issue of the Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
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