New Study Reveals Why Some People are Hungry All the Time
People who experience big dips in blood sugar levels, several hours after eating, end up feeling hungrier and consuming hundreds more calories during the day than others, according to experts.
These are the latest findings from PREDICT, the largest ongoing nutritional research program in the world, looking at responses to food in real life settings.
The study, which is published in Nature Metabolism, was carried out by Health Science company ZOE, which comprises a group of scientists, led by Professor Ana Valdes from the School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham.
The group of researchers (also including scientists from Harvard Medical School, King’s College London, Leeds University, and Lund University in Sweden), found why some people struggle to lose weight, even on calorie-controlled diets, and highlights the importance of understanding personal metabolism when it comes to diet and health.
Source: University of Nottingham