Lower body temperature is not linked to obesity, study says

03/9/2011 | Reuters

People with extra body fat do not have lower body temperatures than those who are thinner, federal researchers said, contrary to a theory that a cooler core temperature leads to fewer calories burned. The study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found no core-temperature differences between thin and obese people nor any differences in body-temperature fluctuations during the day.

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