Calories burned, hunger pangs... Eating late doesn't just have one health consequence

Calories burned, hunger pangs… Eating late doesn’t just have one health consequence

According to researchers from Boston in the United States, having a meal at late hours has several deleterious effects such as increasing hunger and reducing calories burned. Evening meal time can affect your health. Indeed, science has shown for several years now thata period should be respected between dinner and bedtime. A new study reveals…

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