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Friday, September 25, 2015

Longer fasts might help with weight loss but Americans eat all day long


In a study that detailed the consumption patterns of just over 150 nondieting, non-shift-working people in and around San Diego for three weeks, researchers at the Salk Institute in La Jolla found that a majority of people eat for stretches of 15 hours or longer most days -- and fast for fewer than nine hours a night.

We snarf a tidbit at a midmorning meeting, nibble for much of the afternoon, knock back a drink or two with dinner and keep noshing till bedtime. Fewer than a quarter of the day's calories were consumed before noon, they discovered. And more than a third of participants' average daily calories, the research revealed, were consumed after 6 p.m.

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