A new study revealed that certain food nutrients affect the length of sleep of people. People who have normal sleep usually have the most varied diet and conversely, while short or long sleepers have the least varied diet. The study led by Michael Grandner, instructor, was released online in advance of the printed copy in the journal Appetite. Data from the 2007-2008 U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey was analyzed and found out that very short sleepers have fewer than five hours of sleep a night. The very short sleep is linked to lower intake of lycopene (found in […]Continue reading Poor Nutrition Linked to Short Sleep
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