Carbs-at-dinner plan improves weight loss, study finds

04/11/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Research in the journal Obesity found that obese people on a low-calorie diet who ate more carbohydrates at dinner lost more weight and fat and felt fuller than those on a regular low-calorie regimen. Researchers said the group that ate more carbs at dinner had smaller decreases in leptin, a hormone that regulates satiety and hunger, than the control group.

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