Researchers around the world are developing a completely new understanding of how metabolism works.
It seems that our bodies are primed to process food most efficiently when it’s eaten during daylight hours.
According to reports , people who ate dinner before 7 or 8 pm tend to lose at least 4-5 kg of weight per month.
The Food-Driven Clock
Our internal organs function differently during the day from how they do at night, in patterns known as circadian rhythms.
Experts have begun to suspect a circadian clock in the body—organized around food.
Scientists still have much to learn about this food-based body clock, but evidence suggests that round-the-clock snacking may pose a danger to our health, as night eating has been implicated as a factor in diabetes, heart disease, cancer, as well as learning and memory problems.