It's midnight ... do you know where your snacks are?? Night owls, take note: your late nights could be making you fat. A new study from University of Pennsylvania's sleep and chronobiology lab tracked the eating habits of people who slept as little as four hours per night. Lack of sleep triggered late-night snacking on high-fat foods, and the study's sleep-deprived participants gained weight -- about two pounds over nine days, an additional of 550 calories per night. Source
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