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The Food and Sleep Connection

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Is there a connection between fatty food consumption and lack of sleep? Do you find yourself agreeing with this, have you noticed that your bad night’s sleep is leading to poor food choices? When was the last time you had a good night’s sleep? Do you work nights, have you found yourself eating more and more? Let’s take a closer look at the relationship between food and sleep.

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The Food and Sleep Connection

  1. 1. T H E   F O O D   A N D   S L E E P C O N N E C T I O N B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  2. 2. L O S I N G S L E E P B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  3. 3. L O S I N G S L E E P A study conducted found that one night of lost sleep can lead to a shift in your brain activity, that may cause you to crave more fatty foods. This just after one night of poor sleep, what if every night you are not sleeping well? Can you imagine the consequences? B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  4. 4. T H E B E N E F I T S T H E S T U D Y B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  5. 5. T H E S T U D Y A study conducted on 46 healthy individuals, between 21 and 50 years old. For 5 nights in a row they all slept at a sleep study clinic. 34 of the individuals were in the sleep-deprived group on the second night, they were kept up the entire night, while everyone else had 8 hours of sleep. B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  6. 6. F O O D I N T A K E B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  7. 7. F O O D I N T A K E The participants ordered food from a menu, those that were awake all night consumed an extra 950 calories, the following day the total calorie intake was about the same for those in the no sleep group vs those in the sleep group. However those in the sleep deprived group consumed much more fat than those in the sleep group. B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  8. 8. B R A I N F U N C T I O N B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  9. 9. B R A I N F U N C T I O N This study found that losing one night of sleep alters the brain salience network. The salience network in the brain is what is thought to guide decision making. B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  10. 10. T H O S E M O R E P R O N E F O R L A C K O F S L E E P B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
  11. 11. T H O S E M O R E P R O N E F O R L A C K O F S L E E P Occupations such as truck drivers, health care providers, individuals that work night shifts such as nurses, military employees may be more likely to choose less healthy options due to lack of sleep. Do you work in any of these fields, do you find the lack of sleep is taking a toll on your overall health. It may be something that slowly happens over time, but the next time you find yourself ordering take out or stopping at fast food, ask yourself are you getting enough sleep? B L O G . R O B A R D . C O M
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