Study ties sleep deprivation to weight gain

07/1/2013 | WebMD

People who stayed up until 4 a.m. in a sleep laboratory consumed more than 550 additional calories in the late hours and ate foods that were higher in fat than those eaten during other hours, according to a recent study. The participants who were kept up late at night also gained more weight over five days than the control group who got enough sleep.

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