Strict Eating Schedule May Help Control Blood Sugar Level

A small study, recently conducted by an international team of researchers from the University of Adelaide, in Australia, and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA, finds that men who are at risk of type 2 diabetes can keep their blood sugar level under control by strictly sticking to the eating schedule.eating on schedule helps control blood sugar level

For the study, the researchers included 15 men aged 30–70 with a waist circumference of at least 102 cm and at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The analysis of the received data showed that time-restricted model of nutrition improved the glucose control of the participants.

Associate professor Leonie Heilbronn, a research leader at the university's department of medicine comments: “Our results suggest that modulating when, rather than what, we eat can improve glucose control. [We] did see a tiny amount of weight loss in this study, which may have contributed to the results.”

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