New research has found that people with diabetes who eat more at dinner compared to breakfast have greater health risks. In this study, eating more calories at dinner compared to breakfast was linked to diabetes and heart disease risks. These findings are not related to the occasional missed breakfast nor quality of the food. Overall, this study provides evidence that eating a heavy dinner can lead to negative effects in the body, emphasizing the importance of energy distribution across meals. Moving as little as 5% of your total calorie intake from dinner to breakfast can reduce these health risks.


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