Researchers conducted a study on social jet lag’s impact on health. The study focused on how slight variations in sleep patterns affect diet, inflammation, and gut microbiome. Analyzing 934 participants, the research found that even a 90-minute difference in sleep timing could influence gut microbial species. Social jet lag was linked to lower diet quality, increased sugar-sweetened beverage consumption, and reduced intake of fruits and nuts, potentially leading to unfavorable health outcomes. Read more to learn about the study’s findings.
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