Why Bodies Store Fat When We Eat at Night, Vanderbilt University Study

Published: Feb 25, 2013

Insulin activity is controlled by the body’s circadian clock, which helps explain why not only what you eat, but when you eat, matters. A new study published in the journal Current Biology is the first to definitively show the connection between our circadian rhythm and insulin activity. The findings suggest that a disruption in that rhythm can lead to obesity and increase the risk for diabetes and heart disease.

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