It is said that eating late at night causes belly fat, but this is not true. At least one new medical study has made the same claim.
The study found that mealtimes did not affect weight loss or Belly Fat, but should have the same amount of calories each time you ate.
The study included 41 overweight people over a 12-week period.
Fifty percent of the people were instructed to burn more calories throughout the day before one o’clock in the afternoon, while the other group was instructed to burn after five o’clock.
The same healthy food was provided to all people during the study. At the end of the study, people in both groups saw a decrease in body weight and blood pressure.
According to the researchers, the results indicate that there is no benefit in eating early, which surprised them.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in the United States said: “We thought that people in the fast-eating group would lose more weight, but this did not happen. We found no difference in weight loss between the two groups. Not discovered
Previous research reports have suggested that eating late at night can lead to poor eating habits. A study in September found that people who ate late at night consumed more junk food and calories.
But the new study found that eating late at night is not necessarily detrimental to health, but more important than time is what diet is.
The researchers said that previous research reports did not take into account the number of calories, so it is not clear that people who eat early in the evening eat fewer calories.
The findings will be presented at the American Heart Association’s annual conference this month. Researchers are also working on more detailed research into how eating time affects blood sugar, insulin and other hormones.