STUDY: Don’t Go to the Supermarket When You’re Sleepy


You’ve heard that you shouldn’t go to the grocery store when you’re hungry, and now a new study says you shouldn’t go to the supermarket if you’re sleep either.

Seems shopping while tired means spending more money -- and making more unhealthy food choices. Researchers believe that sleep deprivation can lead to more impulsive shopping decisions -- and that means more cookies and less veggies. When you’re sleepy your body also craves food that is higher in fat and sugar -- because it’s looking for energy. (You Beauty)

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