InstaSleep Reviews Team article notes:
- In one study, participants who routinely got less than seven hours of sleep were coached to extend their sleep time. They also changed their diets, without being asked — taking in less sugar each day.
- “We found that those who extended their sleep [also] reduced their intake of added sugars by about 10 grams per day,” explains one of the study authors, Haya Al Khatib, a doctoral candidate at King’s College London.
Sugar And Sleep: More Rest May Dull Your Sweet Tooth
Listen up, night owls: If you’re sleeping six or fewer hours per night, you’re not doing your health any favors. A new study finds that getting the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep per night may help you tame your sweet tooth.
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