Fellowship focus: Investigating how the timing of eating could relate to obesity and metabolic disorders and providing insights into dietary guidelines based on this research. 


Understanding how the timing of food relates to increased risk of obesity and metabolic disorders is a hot topic which could lead to useful interventions such as time-restricted eating. Visiting Surrey in August 2022, Professor Crispim will collaborate with Professor Skene to characterise time-related dietary patterns in a large sample of Brazilian adults in relation to obesity. The aims of the Fellowship include the assessment for the first time of the temporal pattern of food intake of the Brazilian population and a presentation at the 26th Congress of European Sleep Research Society.

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