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.

View Full Article in:

WebMD

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Food & Beverage

Job Title Company Location
Executive Chef
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
Director - Web Marketing
The Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park, NY
Director of Food and Beverage Operations
The Culinary Institute of America
San Antonio, TX
Hospitality and Customer Service Instructor
The Culinary Institute of America
San Antonio, TX
Culinarians Wanted, Kitchen Management Training in NYC
Hillstone Restaurant Group
New York City, NY