Study: Gut nerves may have circadian rhythm to regulate eating

12/9/2013 | MedicalNewsToday (U.K.)

A mouse study suggested nerves located in the gut may have a circadian rhythm that regulates food intake, Australian researchers reported. Researchers said the nerves appear to be less sensitive during daytime hours, which may mean people could eat more food before feeling full at times when they are active and more energy is needed.

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