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Higher eating frequency is associated with lower adiposity and robust circadian rhythms: a cross-sectional study

Lifestyle Disease
Zerón-Rugerio et al.
Used Parameters : BMI, PBF

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Spain

Journal : Am J Clin Nutr

Background Although overweight and obesity are assumed to arise from an energy imbalance, evidence has shown that the frequency and timing of meals are also potential risk factors for obesity. However, the lack of a consistent approach to define eating patterns relative to internal circadian rhythms limits the extent of these findings. Objectives The objective of this study was to investigate the association of the circadian pattern of energy intake with adiposity and with internal circadian rhythms. Methods A total of 260 Spanish …
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