Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s Dietetic Intern, Madison MacFarland discusses with Award-Winning Dietitian Nutritionist Nicole Chenard, MS, RD, LDN, the latest research in the connection between nutrition, hormones, and sleep. Included in this discussion: how your sleep habits impact everything from your appetite, your mood, the composition of the bacteria in your gut, and your ability to detox! Learning the “new” basics can help you make informed choices when it comes to your nutrition, exercise and sleep. This episode will help clarify why it’s not that you “don’t have the willpower”, and there’s scientific reasons why you may be grabbing ice cream or potato chips for a night time snack. After listening, you’ll have a deeper understanding of why the stages of sleep matter and how to measure them.Also discussed: the circadian rhythm and how it affects sex hormones and hunger hormones.
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