Night-shift style ‘jet-lag’ linked to weight gain in mouse study

13 Oct 2023

A study published in Communications Biology, suggests that circadian misalignment – found in night-shift pattern workers – leads to an increase in appetite and weight gain. The mouse study found that the ‘jet-lagged’ cohort ate over 50% of their daily calories while inactive, compared to just 11.6% in the control group.

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