Diabetes warning: Eating at THIS time of day dramatically increases risk of condition

Diabetes warning: Eating at THIS time of day dramatically increases risk of condition
 

Snacking late at night could cause fat levels to spike in our blood, scientists from Mexico City.
A study in rats found eating at the beginning of their ‘rest period’ - bedtime - caused the amount of fat in their blood to drastically rise.
When they were fed the same food during their ‘active period’ - daytime - the amount of fat found in their blood wasn’t as high.
Humans that either have jet lag or work night shifts could be damaging their health in the long-term, said the study’s author Ruud Buijs.
“The fact that we can ignore our biological clock is important for survival,” said Buijs.... read more

 
10 November 2017 in Health, Views: 64
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