If you don’t want to be staring at the alarm clock when you should be sleeping, watch what you eat.
If you don’t want to be staring at the alarm clock when you should be sleeping, watch what you eat.

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Why what you eat, and when, determines how well you sleep

Low-fat, high-fibre meals eaten at the same time each day are associated with better sleep quality, and conversely, a diet high in fat and sugar with shallow, disrupted sleep - a finding with ‘tremendous health implications’, researcher says

If you don’t want to be staring at the alarm clock when you should be sleeping, watch what you eat.
If you don’t want to be staring at the alarm clock when you should be sleeping, watch what you eat.
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