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Late eating may cause decreased energy expenditure, increased appetite, and molecular changes in adipose tissue, increasing the risk of obesity.
Women usually live longer than males but have a greater incidence of disease. A recent study from the University of Georgia reveals that a diet rich in pigmented carotenoids, such as yams, kale, spinach, watermelon, bell...

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