The ideal time to have dinner?
Whether healthy or with a medical history, each person should be aware of meal timing.
Many surveys and studies indicate that eating late at night is associated with a higher likelihood of choosing unhealthy foods.
Many snacks at night are processed, containing large amounts of sugar or added fat, making them rich in calories, nutrient-poor.
Regularly eating too many unhealthy foods at night can lead to unwanted weight gain and other health problems such as disrupted sleep or indigestion.
Eating dinner 2-3 hours before going to bed helps the body have time to digest enough food, maintain a good night’s sleep.
According to experts, a small study found that many adults have erratic eating habits.