Sleep deprivation plays a role in poor food choices

09/6/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

A small study in the journal Obesity showed that sleep deprived men bought more food and more calories when asked to shop the next morning, compared with when they had enough sleep. Researchers also found that participants had higher levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin when they lacked sleep.

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