Sleep, nutrition, and metabolism researcher, Greg Potter (PhD), is today’s guest interview.
Greg talks to us all about sleep quality and the many factors that influence it. He explains where to begin when fixing a broken sleep schedule and why good sleep hygiene is important.
We then find out about what makes good sleep quality and the many factors that influence this; in particular we talk about how diet affects sleep.
We also go into discussing chrononutrition and time restricted eating, stimulus control, metabolic health, carbohydrates, creatine, shift work, stimulant consumption and caffeine, alcohol consumption and tips on improved sleep.
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