Small Changes in Children’s Sleep Lead to Significant Changes in Eating Habits
[Source: Medical X-Press]
Just an hour less sleep a night affects what and how children eat, University of Otago research shows.
Jackson says a lot of time and effort is spent trying to improve food intake through dietary measures, but this study suggests that “maybe we could just look at sleep.”
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