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Effect of Late Dinner on Nocturnal Metabolism

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Effect of Late Dinner on Nocturnal Metabolism

This study examines the impact of routine dinner time versus late dinner time on nocturnal metabolism. Specifically, investigators will examine plasma profiles of free fatty acids, glucose, insulin, triglycerides, and oxidation of dietary fat.

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Dietary Supplement - Routine Dinner

Participants will be served dinner at a routine time (18:00), along with with a stable isotope of palmitate to measure fat oxidation overnight.

Dietary Supplement - Late dinner

Participants will be served dinner at a late time (22:00), along with with a stable isotope of palmitate to measure fat oxidation overnight.

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The Effect of Routine vs Late Dinner on Nocturnal Metabolism and Fat Oxidation

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NCT03525717

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