New York: Snacking at night can make you add more kilos than munching on food during the day, according to a new study.The study found that the body turns more of the food into fat at night, while turning it into fuel during the day.Researchers found that mice`s ability to regulate their blood sugar varied throughout the day.In addition, disrupting their circadian clock, which signals sleep and wakefulness among other things to the body, caused them to put on more fat.The findings could explain why night-shift workers are more prone to diabetes and obesity, researchers said.
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