Timing of food consumption affects metabolism, study shows

09/13/2012 | Medical News Today

Mice that were fed a high-fat diet on an eating schedule weighed less than did those on unscheduled low-fat or high-fat diets with the same calorie count, according to a study from Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The study in The FASEB Journal found that a scheduled diet resulted in a metabolism where fats were used for energy when food was not available.

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