DIJON, France—Men who do not receive a good night’s sleep may be prone to obesity, according to a new study from the European Centre for Taste Sciences. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found study participants consumed 22 percent more calories with an average calorie increase of about 560 after the short night of sleep.Of course, getting less sleep will lead to needing more food that you need to keep your energy up. And you're likely to go after the unhealthy snacks or comfort food in that state. So get some shut-eye, eat healthy, and continue your Beachbody programs to a new you.
Lose Weight by Sleeping More.
Some researchers in France say a Good Night’s Sleep Keeps Obesity Away.