Eat More Calories in the Morning than the Evening
Why are calories eaten in the morning less fattening than calories eaten in the evening?
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You thought dual benefits sounded good. Stay tuned—triple benefits are next! I’m going into more on circadian rhythms next with:
• How Circadian Rhythms Affect Blood Sugar Levels
• How to Sync Your Central Circadian Clock to Your Peripheral Clocks
• The Metabolic Harms of Night Shifts and Irregular Meals
• Shedding Light on Shedding Weight
• Why People Gain Weight in the Fall
In the last few videos, I’ve been focusing on why the science points to loading your calories towards the beginning of the day:
• Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal for Weight Loss?
• Is Skipping Breakfast Better for Weight Loss?
• Chronobiology – How Circadian Rhythms Can Control Your Health and Weight
• Eat More Calories in the Morning to Lose Weight
• Breakfast Like a King, Lunch Like a Prince, Dinner Like a Pauper
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