When trying to lose weight, in addition to calories, you also need to pay attention to your eating habits throughout the day. Studies have shown that eating more in the morning and eating less at night is more effective for weight loss than eating less in the morning and more at night, even for the same calorie intake throughout the day. We all have a natural rhythm in our bodies that causes our hormone levels to rise and fall. And those hormone levels affect everything from sleep to hunger cues to insulin. Insulin and hunger hormones play an important role in weight loss: insulin affects fat storage, while hunger hormones tell us when we are hungry and when we are full. Additionally, research suggests that people who eat breakfast tend to have better blood sugar control and improved heart health compared to those who don’t.
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