Your body has automatic, biological ways for reacting to eating. Now scientists think tapping into that biological process could allow them to roll back diabetes, obesity and a host of intestinal illnesses.
To most people, eliminating snacks between meals seems like a logical way to reduce calorie intake and perhaps lose weight. But new research suggests the amount of calories you eat may not be as important as when you eat them.
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