Late sleep timing linked to poorer diet quality, lower physical activity

Posted by on June 8, 2016 9:42 pm
Categories: health

Among healthy adults with a habitual sleep duration of at least 6.5 hours, late sleep timing was associated with higher fast food consumption and lower vegetable intake, particularly among men, as well as lower physical activity, a new study has found.

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