People eat more calories when sleep deprived, study says

07/11/2011 | Reuters

A study of U.S. adults found those who were sleep deprived ate about 300 more calories than those who were well-rested, and they did not burn them off during the day, according to researchers at the New York Obesity Research Center. The report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition said study participants also were less energetic after a few days on a short sleep cycle.

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