A recent study published in Psychoneuroendocrinology, reveals that lack of sleep can induce people to eat larger portions of energy-dense food or food that are high in calories. As such, poor sleeping habits could increase the risk of becoming overweight in the long run. The research involved 16 males with normal weight. In a buffet-like condition, the participants were asked to choose their ideal ration of 7 meals and 6 snack items under both hungry and satisfied conditions. In one condition, the participants had lack of sleep, while the other condition, they had a complete sleep (about 8 hours). Main […]Continue reading Lack of Sleep Increases Calorie Intake
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