Sleep and food intake: A multisystem review of mechanisms in children and adults.

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The foods we eat have substantial impact on our health, and excessive food intake is associated with numerous long-term health conditions. It is therefore essential to understand the factors influencing this crucial health behavior. Research has identified sleep problems as one such factor; however, little research has examined how sleep problems impact… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1359105315573427

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@article{Lundahl2015SleepAF, title={Sleep and food intake: A multisystem review of mechanisms in children and adults.}, author={Alyssa Lundahl and Timothy D. Nelson}, journal={Journal of health psychology}, year={2015}, volume={20 6}, pages={794-805} }