Written by Arushi Bidhuri |Updated : December 23, 2022 8:19 PM IST
Do you have no time to exercise? Do you find it difficult to follow a diet? You’re not alone. According to research, almost two-thirds of Indians, who comprise 64 per cent of the total population, do not exercise. It can be challenging to stick to a traditional diet and exercise routine. If you have been finding it difficult to lose those extra pounds and cannot follow a diet or exercise, here is an easy way that scientists have suggested can help boost your metabolism.
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Triglycerides, insulin, melatonin, and glucose levels were measured in blood samples collected before breakfast and dinner, then at 30-minute intervals for four hours following both meals.
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