Going To Bed Hungry: Is It Bad For Your Health?
Have you ever skipped breakfast and found yourself desperately trying to resist the urge to devour the pizza and donuts in the company break room? It turns out that depriving yourself of food can make it more difficult to exercise good judgment in your food choices.If you go to bed on an empty stomach and sleep for six to eight hours, you’ve deprived yourself of food to the point where the cookies on the counter sound like a logical breakfast choice. This could set off an entire chain reaction causing the cycle to repeat again and again. As a result, you’re more likely to gain weight.