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  • Writer's pictureNikki Latham

Eating Late Again? It Might Not Be As Bad As You Think...

New research suggests that eating dinner late, even as late as 9pm, may not lead to weight gain as previously believed.

However, there is a catch - it is important to have a late breakfast the following day, ideally around 11.30am or later. This practice helps create a 14-hour fasting window, which has been found to support a healthy metabolism.

Additionally, researchers recommend waiting for at least two hours before going to bed to allow for proper digestion. This new information challenges the commonly held belief that eating late in the evening directly contributes to weight gain.

Instead, it emphasises the importance of timing and maintaining a balanced eating schedule to support overall metabolic health.

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