If you're trying to outwit your body's desire for sweets, want to know the trick to curb your sugar cravings? Possibly a good night's rest!
According to a new study out of the U.K., people who added more hours of sleep each night reduced their sugar intake by as much as ten grams the following day. That can make a big difference if you're trying to lose weight. Lack of sleep has also been linked to health issues such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Most American’s only get about six hours or less sleep each night. The study showed sleep was key in not only reducing sugar cravings, but in other areas as well.
Source: Live Science