4. Sleep can decrease the desire for sugar.
It may not come as a surprise if you’re hungry for sweets after a long day at work. Sleeplessness and food cravings are, in fact, frenemies, which is because lack of sleep contributes to the imbalance of appetite-regulating hormones that causes weight gain.
What to do:
- Sleep for energy instead of eating sugar for energy.
- Add 1 hour to your usual sleep schedule, as this can help you make healthier food choices.
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