Morbid obesity is a growing epidemic in America and other Western nations. It brings with it an increase in cardiovascular disease, pain problems, and Type II diabetes.
A new study by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem shows that eating carbs at dinner only reduces the weigh of those suffering from morbid obesity.
The idea for this study came from Muslims during Ramadan, who fast during the day and eat high carbs servings at night.
This pattern of eating leads to less hunger because the body has altered various hormone levels and feels satiated from eating at night.
More research is planned.
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