ENERGY INTAKE, MEAL FREQUENCY, AND HEALTH: A Neurobiological Perspective *

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Mattson, Mark P.;
(2005)

The size and frequency of meals are fundamental aspects of nutrition that can have profound effects on the health and longevity of laboratory animals. In humans, excessive energy intake is associated with increased incidence of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cert... View more
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