case midnight snack Researchers tinker time-restricted diet mice find remarkably forgiving


Another case against the midnight snack: Researchers tinker with a time-restricted diet in mice and find that it’s remarkably forgiving

These days, with the abundance of artificial light, TV, tablets and smartphones, adults and children alike are burning the midnight oil. What they are not burning is calories: with later bedtimes comes the tendency to eat. A new study by researchers at the Salk Institute cautions against an extended period of snacking, suggesting instead that […]

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