Evening chronotype associated with more severe NAFLD for adults with obesity

Evening chronotype was associated with more severe nonalcoholic fatty liver disease independent of age, sex and BMI compared with morning chronotype among adults with obesity, according to data published in International Journal of Obesity.“Our study demonstrated that subjects with obesity that are not aligned to circadian rhythm are more prone to develop NAFLD,” Giovanna Muscogiuri, MD, of the department of clinical medicine and surgery in the endocrinology, diabetology and andrology unit at University Federico II, the Italian Centre for the Care and Well-Being of Patients withRead More

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