Does it really matter when you stop eating at night? Yes. Even though mathematically it seems to makes sense that if you eat less calories than you burn, it shouldn’t matter if you eat them throughout the day or if you ate them all at once. But that’s not how the body works. Some research believe that eating before you sleep causes weight can because it can knock your circadian rhythms out of whack and reduce your levels of leptin, the hormone that tells you you’re full. The result? Midnight fridge raids in your future.
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