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Weight Loss Sleep

The No. 1 Lazy-Proof Strategy to Lose Weight

Alejandra Ruani | Posted 04.13.2014 | Healthy Living
Alejandra Ruani

It can sometimes be difficult to resist buying tasty cakes and snacks while doing your grocery shopping. But there is something that could be multip...

Short On Sleep, Junk Food Looks Even More Tempting

Dr. Michael J. Breus | Posted 09.07.2012 | Healthy Living
Dr. Michael J. Breus

When you're feeling run down, do you find yourself reaching for the cookie jar, or digging into a bag of potato chips? According to the latest research, your lack of sleep -- and your sleep-deprived brain -- may be fueling your junk food habit.

How Sleep Works With Our Genes To Keep Weight in Check

Dr. Michael J. Breus | Posted 08.03.2012 | Healthy Living
Dr. Michael J. Breus

A recent study may be the first to show how sleep can either promote or suppress weight gain by affecting the genetic factors that play a role in weight.

Salk Study: Eating for Eight Hours Reduces Obesity and Diabetes Risk

Garth Sundem | Posted 07.22.2012 | Science
Garth Sundem

Let's get this out of the way: No one's recommending you sit down and eat for eight hours. But a study shows that if you condense the total time you eat each day to only eight hours, you can prevent weight gain and reduce diabetes risk.

Catherine Pearson

Sleep Less, Eat More? | Catherine Pearson | Posted 03.14.2012 | Healthy Living

Skimping on sleep may significantly increase the number of calories consumed in a day. A new study finds that individuals who are sleep deprived m...

Sleep Your Way To Weight Loss

Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D. | Posted 05.26.2011 | Home
Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.

How much sleep is optimal for staying thin? Between seven and nine hours is best.

Dieting? More Sleep Helps Burn Fat | Lynne Peeples | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living

If you're trying to lose weight by cutting calories, make sure to get a good night's sleep. According to a new study, too little sleep appears to hind...

Short Sleep and Fast Food

Dr. Michael J. Breus | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Dr. Michael J. Breus

It turns out that all three are associated with one another: being overweight, being a "short" sleeper and being in the habit of eating out and enjoying fatty foods.