|Two studies to published in the journal Proceedings of the Nutrition Society says that eating is not just a meal, but eat can affect your health|
People who used to eat six times a day had higher levels of cholesterol and insulin better
In another study noted that people who used to eat six times a day had higher levels of cholesterol and insulin better, than people who ate at irregular as three to nine times a day.
"The pattern of the body's biological clock is affected if we familiarize Irregular eating and weight loss can also be increased drastically if we get used to it as well as other risks arising on our health," quoted from Health.
Dr. Pot is also clear that more is not yet known to what extent the important effect of meal times until now. "So eat regularly is better, but if not there could be more distance to edict robust," concludes Dr. Pot.
Dr. Pot also said that running a diet with a regular time is not an easy thing. Until sometimes, not a few people who eat at irregular times. Now, whether eating habits like these can be caused obesity?
Two studies to published in the journal Proceedings of the Nutrition Society says that eating is not just a meal, but eat can affect your health. Obesity can arise if we eat with irregular, blood pressure was elevated, and as well as the potential to develop Type 2 diabetes, regardless of how much of our consumption of calories into the body.
"We found people who have a risk of poorer health are those who eat regularly compared with those who have the time do not eat regularly, despite eating more calories," said Gerda Pot, Ph.D.
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