Your ‘Bad’ Winter Habits — Sleeping Late, Eating Sweets, Etc. — Have Surprising Health Benefits, Say Scientists – Yahoo Life
Does all the news about forming good, healthy habits leave you feeling inadequate? We all have “bad habits” that make us feel ashamed or guilty, from eating sugary foods to sleeping in. But are those habits really all that bad? Research shows that some of the things we think of as bad or unproductive are actually good for us. Below, check out seven seemingly bad habits that turned out to have some benefits, including staying in your PJs, playing phone games, reading novels, sleeping in, and more.
Cozy winter sweet potatoes may help balance blood sugar.
Love potatoes? Simply swapping sweet potatoes for white potatoes may…….