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Who doesn’t want a slim and trim waist? Everyone does. This might come as a shocker, but this new research says that too little sleep can contribute to a large waistline. For the experiment research included 11 studies with a total of 172 participants. The participants who were sleep deprived consumed an average of 385 more calories a day. That’s almost equal to the calories in about four and a half slices of bread. People who slept less had higher fat and lower protein intake than those who got enough sleep, but both groups had similar carbohydrate intake. Sleep deprivation can actually have a major effect on how many calories people actually burn.

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