Struggling to cut down your body fat? Eating breakfast late, but having an early dinner may help, suggests a pilot study.
The findings showed that people who delayed their breakfast by 90 minutes and had their dinner 90 minutes earlier than usual lost more than twice as much body fat on average.
Further, those who changed their meal times ate less food overall, than those who did not, the researchers said.
“Although this study is small, it has provided us with invaluable insight into how slight alterations to our meal times can have benefits to our bodies,” said Jonathan Johnston, from the U.K.’s University of Surrey. “Reduction in body fat lessens our chances of developing obesity,” he added.
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