Having carbs mostly at dinner lowers weight, inflammatory markers

11/13/2012 | Yahoo

Participants who ate carbohydrates mostly at dinner showed lower hunger scores compared with those who ate carbohydrates throughout the day, a study indicated. Researchers also noted better weight, waist circumference and body fat measures and biochemical and inflammatory markers in those who ate carbohydrates at dinner than those in the control group. The findings appear in Obesity and in Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases.

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