Diets Prevention

How to Literally Lose Weight in Your Sleep

Weekdays are often busy for those who work and study. On Saturdays and Sundays, people often relax and change their eating and sleeping habits.

But according to a study, “eating jet lag,” which occurs when you change your usual schedule on the weekend, can result in a higher BMI (body mass index) and may even cause obesity.

For the study, scientists from the University of Barcelona examined data from more than 1,000 people aged 18 to 22 in Spain and Mexico. The research team compared the volunteers’ BMI with changes in eating times throughout the weekend. Read more…

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