Sleep More…Eat Less
A study out of the University of Colorado has shed more light on the correlation between lack of sleep and weight gain. In a controlled lab test, volunteers were limited to only 5 hours of sleep each night for a 5 day period. Surprisingly, on average, the group gained almost 2 pounds each. That is staggering result for such a short time period. The study showed that, not only, do you eat more with less sleep, but you tend to crave foods that are high in fats and carbohydrates.