During Ramadan, a month of fasting is observed by Muslims throughout the world, and at this time, they eat meals which are high in carbohydrate only in the evening. A study found that this dietary pattern led to a shift in body hormones which influenced satiety and hunger. This inspired scientists, led by Sigal Sofer at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, to conduct an experiment involving diet manipulation to reduce weight. In the new study, Sofer recruited 78 police officers and assigned them randomly into two groups, where one group consumed an experimental diet, consuming high carbohydrates at dinnertime and […]Continue reading Eating Carbs Only at Dinner-Time Reduces Hunger and Weight
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