Salt Lake City (ABC 4 Utah) -- During the holidays, some people worry about putting on a few extra pounds. But sometimes, it's not what you eat but how you sleep that could have the biggest impact on weight gain. Studies now suggest that it you're not getting the recommended six to eight hours of sleep it could affect your diet and your weight.
Ashley Palmer from Youtrition.net
dropped by Good Morning Utah to share what these studies are saying and how you can keep healthy this holiday season. Check it out.
For more tips on how to say healthy over the holidays take a look at Palmer's website Youtrition.net