Circadian rhythm affects insulin activity, study shows

02/25/2013 | RedOrbit

The body's circadian rhythm affects insulin activity and disrupting the rhythm may raise the risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes, according to a study in Current Biology. Vanderbilt University researchers said the study shows that when a person eats is important to health, as well as what and how much is eaten.

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