Author: Ana Veciana-Suarez
It’s not just what you eat that affects the health of your heart. It’s also when you eat it.
A new statement by the American Heart Association says there’s growing evidence that the timing of your meal matters when it comes to cardiovascular disease. The conclusion: Earlier is better.
The statement, published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, suggests that planning when to consume meals and snacks as well as not skipping breakfast — all hallmarks of a healthy diet — might reduce cardiovascular disease.
The reason? Our organs have their own internal body clocks which may influence how we handle food.
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