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Does “WHAT WE EAT” matters over “WHEN WE EAT”

Nutrition
The innate day and night chores makes it challenging to stick to exact mealtimes. Rather its more dependent on our

HUNGER LEVELS MEDICATIONS WORK SCHEDULES - While studies have showed that timing of lunch, not the timing of breakfast or dinner was related to weightloss effectiveness, other studies have demonstrated that having a late dinner or eating late at night associates with increased risks of obesity, dyslipidemia, hyperglycemia and metabolic syndrome. Reference-ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/ #fittrcoach # nutritionhacks
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