Sleep Well

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"Science has confirmed time and again that fewer hours of quality shut-eye affects your waistline. Sleep deprivation affects the brain in a way that makes you want to eat more and not process food efficiently. It sparks a vicious cycle where you are left feeling tired, slowing your metabolism and playing tricks with your hormones. All of this leads to you eating more, and the rotation continues, Deborah Malkoff-Cohen, registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, says. “By sleeping less, you are programming your body to eat more,” she adds."
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