Some of the most popular diet suggestions in recent years center on the idea that the right time to eat can make a huge difference in the amount of weight you lose. It has long been said that if you want to lose weight, it is best to eat large portions in the morning and eat less at night...
|Translated title of the contribution||New research on weight loss: when you eat the most foods has little effect|
|Specialist publication||The Conversation|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Sept 2022|
Bibliographical noteJonathan Johnston receives funding from BBSRC, MRC, The Colt Foundation. He has performed consultancy work for Kellogg Marketing and Sales Company (UK) Limited, and collaborated with the Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences.
Alex Johnstone receives funding from UKRI, The University of Aberdeen, The Scottish Government, National Health Service Endowments award, Tennovus Charity, Chief Scientist Office and European Community.
Peter Morgan receives funding from Scottish Government and the Medical Research Council. In the past he has received funding from the BBSRC as well as from the pharmaceutical industry.