The easiest way to eat healthier? This simple thing you're still ignoring

The easiest way to eat healthier? This simple thing you're still ignoring

They also reduce their carbohydrate intake.

Earlier research has shown that more than one-third of USA adults get 6 hours or less of sleep each night - less than the recommended 7 to 9 hours, according to the study. A control group received no intervention in their sleep patterns.

According to a study, conducted by King's College London, individuals who do not get the recommended amount of sleep every day, or people essentially functioning on less than seven hours of sleep, tend to lead an unhealthy lifestyle.

A recent study has found that an extra 20 minutes of sleep could help people in cutting down the consumption of unhealthy food and sugar by nearly 10g.

In an official press release, Doctor Wendy Hall from the Department of Nutritional Sciences, who is one of the principal investigators in the study, said: "The fact that extending sleep led to a reduction in intake of free sugars, by which we mean the sugars that are added to foods by manufacturers or in cooking at home as well as sugars in honey, syrups and fruit juice, suggests that a simple change in lifestyle may really help people to consume healthier diets". This lasted for about a month and after that, people reduced their sugar intake of about 9.9- 9.7 gram on daily bases. Fifty percent of the group increased their sleep duration by 52 minutes to almost 90 minutes. Three participants achieved a weekly average within the recommended seven to nine hours.

The data also suggested, however, that this extended sleep may have been of lesser quality than the control group and researchers believe that a period of adjustment to any new routine may be required.

Sleep can be actually a modifiable risk factor for assorted conditions including obesity and cardio-metabolic disorder with several amounts indicating more than just a third of older people within the united kingdom are still not obtaining enough rest. As per the new study, proper sleep can enhance diet and help to lose weight.

All the participants had a motion sensor on their wrists which kept a record of their sleeping hours and also record the amount of time they spent in bed before sleeping.

From what the study, when you don't sleep properly, the brain cells reacts more positively to unhealthy food which makes one indulge in eating comfortably anything that goes.

If one of your New Year's resolutions was to lose weight, and you have a tough time staying away from candies, try getting more sleep, says a British study.

As if we needed an excuse to stay in bed longer...