If you have decided to lose weight and to have power control, special attention contrary to popular belief should be paid to the fact, when you eat, rather than what it is.
Scientists from the Institute of Biological research salka conducted an experiment. Laboratory mice fed food high in fat, however, strictly limiting the time power eight-hour day period. These mice ate the same amount as the mouse of the second group, which was allowed to eat at any time of the day, however, did not suffer from excess weight or obesity. This experiment suggests that the failure to comply diet plays a leading role in the development of obesity.
"Each internal organ has its own clock," explains study author Satchidananda Panda. That is, in certain periods of time our intestines, liver, muscles and other organs are working as efficiently as possible. Also play an important role in metabolic processes, which must be active while eating and inactive, when we do not eat. When the mouse or man, to eat frequently throughout the day and night, metabolic cycles are wrong.
"When a person eats haphazard, our internal cycles and not working at full capacity and are not disabled," says Panda on. It's like sleep, if you don't get enough sleep at night, you will not be able to be lucid during the day, which will reduce your work efficiency and the brain.
Deciding to check whether to establish the metabolic cycle restriction of calories consumed, the researchers fed mice on a strict timetable and according to the free schedule two kinds of food - standard and Vysochaishy. The results showed that the time limit of power together with change in lifestyle helps to keep weight under control. That, in the opinion of biologists, scientists, quite difficult, because the dietary habits of modern man is a little limited when it can go to a cafe or to eat at the refrigerator at any time of the day.
As a result, scientists have found that a key factor in obesity may be not a good quality food, and mode.
"We are always looking for the reason that people eat when it was necessary to focus on the question when they eat," says Satchidananda Panda.