Search results for sleep.

One hour extra sleep may decrease type 2 diabetes risk

Found in Healthy living 17 February 2016

A team of researchers from Université Libre de Bruxelles in Brussels, Belgium, have investigated whether the increase of one hour of sleep, in people who normally sleep less than seven hours, resulted in a lower risk of developing diabetes…

Brain response to food stimuli may explain link between inadequate sleep and obesity

Found in Healthy living 18 July 2012

Sleep restriction might lead to a greater propensity to overeat due to increased activation of the brain in response to food stimuli, according to US researchers from Columbia University and St Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York…

Getting a good night’s sleep may help loose weight and possibly reduce the risk of developing diabetes

Found in Healthy living 23 May 2012

Lack of sleep or disrupted sleep patterns in shift workers may lead to an increased risk of diabetes and obesity, as found in a study conducted by researchers from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA…

Healthy eating

Found in Category landing pages 15 December 2016

…is most effective if accompanied by good hydration, sufficient sleep, and enough physical activity.


Found in Category landing pages 23 January 2017

…plays a role in health as a good night’s sleep and the timing of meals can predict weight loss effectiveness. Starting small and developing a better relationship with food overall is an effective way to achieve good health for the long term.

Caffeine (Q&A)

Found in Whats in food 08 December 2016

Caffeine is a naturally-occurring substance found in some plant-based food and drink ingredients, such as tea leaves and coffee or cocoa beans (and therefore chocolate). It is added to other food and drink products like cola-based soft drinks…