(FOX NEWS) — New research suggesting that diets high in refined carbs increase your chances of insomnia.
Researchers from Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons looked at more than 53,000 women and found there is a link between high risks of insomnia and a diet rich in refined carbohydrates particularly in foods with added sugars and soda.
The study can be found in “The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.”
More from MyHighPlains.com:
- DPS Offices in eight counties delayed due to weather
- Officer suspended for blaring ‘Trump 2020’ from NYPD vehicle
- Unleashing Possibility is helping Moms in Difficult Places
- Halloween goes on at the White House with a few twists
- NASA to announce new discovery about the moon