The findings of the study were published in the journal Eating Disorders. Read further on Dynamite News:
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Researchers have recently found new evidence on the alterations of the neuronal activity that drive cravings during pregnancy.
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According to the findings of a recent study, time-restricted eating can turn out to be beneficial for blood glucose.
New research has found that skipping breakfast and having dinner late is the worst eating habit and can lead to worst outcomes after a heart attack.
Those who eat later in the day should start having meals on time as the habit could contribute to weight gain, according to a new study.
It turns out consuming a high-calorie dessert at the beginning of your meal can actually make you opt for a healthier course.
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The researchers from the James Cook University in Australia have found that among Torres Strait Islander people, the amount of fish and processed food...
A recent study has highlighted that the use of probiotics is directly linked to the reduced need for antibiotic treatment in infants and children.
According to a new research, children have different preferences for how food should be arranged, depending on their gender and age.
Late dinners could increase the risk of breast and prostate cancer, finds a new research.
A USC study shows the brain's plumbing system serves double duty, flushing waste and channeling a hunger molecule that tells you when you should eat.
The study is the first to compare phthalate exposures in people who reported dining out to those more likely to enjoy home-cooked meals.
According to researchers, the same effect can be achieved in individuals, who eat alone simply by providing a mirror to reflect them while they eat.
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