The University of Illinois last week offered a cold-weather tip: eat
more often, change to a fattier diet. At 20 below zero, human guinea
pigs, who in an eight-hour period ate three meals high in fats and
carbohydrates (starch and sugar) at two-hour intervals, had higher body
temperature and better coordination than those who ate one meal rich in
protein (e.g., meat).
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