Late-Night Meal Destroys Your Health?!
Shocking connection to heart disease and diabetes
By now, you know how critical your circadian rhythm is to your health.
And you’ve probably heard that night-shift workers have an increased risk of major health issues like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
Unfortunately, researchers just found out that you could be facing the same risks faced by night-shift workers even if you’ve never worked night shift a day in your life—or if you’re retired, for that matter!
Here’s how to make sure you’re not putting yourself in harm’s way.
It’s not about when you’re working… but when you’re eating.
Night shift worker are obviously more likely to eat at night. Eating at night tends to lead to poorer food choices and weight gain—and ultimately a higher risk of heart disease and diabetes.
But there’s more to it than that.
You see, eating at night increases your blood glucose intolerance and decreases pancreatic beta-cell function.
Both of these factors can be precursors to diabetes.
The thing is, this happens to ANYONE who eats at night—not just people who are working at night.
That means that snacking on potato chips or ice cream in your La-Z-Boy in the evenings while watching NCIS can cause the same increased health risks as people who work every night.
And it all has to do with your circadian rhythm.
When you eat at night, you’re not in sync with your body’s circadian rhythm, which disrupts your blood sugar levels and increases your health risks.
Your body simply metabolizes food differently at night.
So you could eat the same food—and the same amount of food—with different results.
In fact, a recent study showed that night shift workers didn’t experience the same adverse blood sugar changes if they ate during the day instead of at night.
The bottom line is that the closer you stay in sync with your body’s clock, the healthier you’ll be.
In this case, make sure you’re only eating during the day. Make dinner your last meal, and skip the nighttime snacking.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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