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Ability to adjust nocturnal fat oxidation in response to overfeeding predicts 5-year weight gain in adults.

Rynders CA, Bergouignan A, Kealey E, Bessesen DH. Ability to adjust nocturnal fat oxidation in response to overfeeding predicts 5-year weight gain in adults. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2017 05; 25(5):873-880.

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