In the search to find a weight reduction program that actually works it appears as though nighttime fasting (not eating at all throughout the night) may help people to lose weight based on a new study. According to a recent online article Satchidananda Panda, a regulatory biologist at the Salk Institute in La Jolla who led the study published online Thursday by the journal Cell Metabolism said We have to come up with something that is a simple alternative to calorie counting,. Panda and his team put groups of mice on varying eating plans for 100 days. Animals in two of the groups ate high-fat, high-calorie food. 50% of the mice were permitted to eat whenever they wanted, and munch on and off throughout the night and day. The other mice could only have food for eight hours at night, when they were most active. For humans this would mean eating only during the day. The difference in mice was astonishing. Even though they consumed a high-fat diet, the mice who wrapped up their eating day early and were forced to fast for 16 hours were lean .Dr Kim explains to patients that while remaining lean is not a requirement after plastic surgery gaining weight will change their plastic surgery results . Breast Augmentation can change with weight gain by increasing cup size by as much as two cup sizes. Sometimes a breastlift may be need if the breast have begun to sag. By maintaining a stable weight patients have the best opportunity to maintain their best results.