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Food comas may actually HELP our brain

Food comas may actually HELP our brain

When was the last time you had a good food coma? You know the kind—like third-plate-of-Thanksgiving-dinner food coma. While most of us probably think of food comas as something that shuts down our brain, new research from New York University seems to indicate they made be beneficial in helping us form long-term memories. It makes sense, knowing that sleep is known to be essential for proper storage of long-term memories. Maybe gorging and then dozing off isn’t such a bad thing for your brain. Read the research for yourself: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/10/191010113154.htm

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