Sleep deprivation in children tied to unhealthy diet

05/15/2013 | Healio

Lack of sleep was associated with poor eating habits in children, a Danish study presented at the 20th European Congress on Obesity revealed. Researchers noted a 32% increased intake of calories from sugar-sweetened drinks and a 15% increase in added-sugar consumption for every sleeping hour the children lost per night.

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