Block Carbs, Blunt Hunger


Your choice of carbohydrates may be less important than when you consume them. Eating most of your carbs at dinner may be healthiest, say Israeli researchers. They had one group of study participants consume most of their carbohydrates at dinner, while another group spread their intake throughout the day. The dinner time group had lower daytime levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin; they also had higher levels of leptin, a satiety hormone, and adiponectin, a hormone linked to lower insulin resistance and reduced diabetes risk.



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