Taking up exercise could change your desire for specific foods.
One study found that novice exercisers start to have a diminished appetite for fattening foods. However, different people respond differently to the same exercise routine and the same foods, showing the complexities of the relationship between exercise, eating, and fat loss.
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Researchers found that eating a diet high in sugar, saturated fat, and processed carbohydrates can negatively affect your sleep.
Foods rich in unsaturated fat, such as nuts, olive oil, fish, and avocados, seem to promote sound sleep.
Sleeping less has been associated with increased risk of obesity, and addition of body fat, as it affects the overall metabolism of the body, and can also affect our appetite.
Sleep duration is a problem for many adults, as they find sleeping the recommended seven to nine hours a night a challenge, given the hectic lifestyle and social commitments.
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