Being really cold may actually help you burn fat
It’s freezing outside, but don’t despair. That chill might just help you slim down a bit.
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Central heating feels good on blustery winter nights, but a new study by researchers at University College London suggests that keeping your house too balmy may be making you fat.
Scientists say they’ve engineered mouse and human cells to make more “brown fat” — the stuff the body uses to convert stored fat into heat. They hope this finding can lead to a simple new obesity treatment.