10 months ago

Early dinner enhances fat burning

10 months ago

A diet in which early dinner will be the last meal can be the key to effective fat burning and lowering blood sugar.

A recent study showed that late supper can lead to weight gain and increased blood glucose, regardless of the calorie content of meals. Having lunch at 10 p.m. is too late. If the last meal of the day is dinner at 6 pm, this will reduce the level of sugar ha by 20% and significantly lose weight.

At night eaters, fat burning is reduced by 10% compared to those who eat dinner earlier.

The results are published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

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