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Scientists closer to slimming pill as restricted meal times boost overeating

Too much to eat...  A new research from the University of Southern California, United States (USC), found that rats with restricted feeding schedules learn to eat more, helped by the “hunger hormone” ghrelin. The insights, to be published in the journal eLife, could be valuable for helping the researchers develop new effective weight-loss therapies. .                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PHOTO CREDIT: google.com/search

Too much to eat… A new research from the University of Southern California, United States (USC), found that rats with restricted feeding schedules learn to eat more, helped by the “hunger hormone” ghrelin. The insights, to be published in the journal eLife, could be valuable for helping the researchers develop new effective weight-loss therapies.<br />. PHOTO CREDIT: google.com/search

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