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It is well known that the body's sleeping rhythm is also affected by eating.

One theory says that if you skip the last meal in your old timezone that would occur in the nighttime of the new timezone AND let your first meal in the new timezone be breakfast, this will reset the brain's clock so that you'll wake up somewhat in time for your "first meal".

The benefit is of course that you only need one night to adjust to the new timezone.

I've only had the opportunity to try this once, but then it actually worked. Maybe worth giving a try?

See http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/7414437.stm or http://www.livescience.com/2562-beat-jet-lag-eat.html


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