Late-Night Snacking… May Lead To Breast Cancer Recurring
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (Jama) Oncology revealed that women who have early-stage breast cancer may lower their risk of tumours coming back if they avoid eating for at least 13 hours nightly.
Late-Night Snacking… May Lead To Memory Loss
Another recent study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles, suggested that late-night eating can negatively impact our brains. The study showed that making a habit of snacking late into the night may dull some functions of the brain in areas responsible for learning and memory.
Late-Night Snacking… May Lead To Weight Gain
A US study showed that confining your daily calorie intake to a eight to 12-hour time frame could help you avoid weight gain, as well as lower your risk of high cholesterol and diabetes.
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Text: Good Health, Bauer Syndication. Additional Reporting: Zarelda Marie Goh