New study: Carbs at night cause weight loss
In the newest edition of the “Journal of Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases,” researchers found that when a person ate most of their daily intake of carbohydrates for dinner, they avoided feelings of hunger the following day.
The researchers say this new discovery may provide another weight loss method for obese individuals.
The study, conducted by the Department of Biochemistry, Food Science, and Nutrition at Hebrew University in Tel Aviv, Israel, decided to begin this investigation after examining Muslims who lost weight during Ramadan, an Islamic celebration that asks followers to fast during the day and then eat a meal high in carbohydrates in the evening.
The researchers cite previous studies that suggested the concentration of carbohydrates eaten in the evening ...