Late sleep timing linked to poorer diet quality, lower physical activity – Science Daily

Late sleep timing linked to poorer diet quality, lower physical activity
Science Daily
Results show that late sleep timing is associated with lower body mass index and is not associated with total caloric intake; however, it remains associated with poorer diet quality, particularly fast food, vegetable and dairy intake. "Our results help

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