Late Meals Associated With Obesity Risk

26 Oct

A preference for late dinners might increase your risk for obesity, according to a small study presented here at Obesity 2010: The Obesity Society 28th Annual Scientific Meeting.

via Late Meals Associated With Obesity Risk.

Is it the late dinner per se, or the lateness of the meal encourages indulgence with excess food and drink!

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