Know these AMAZING health benefits of having an early dinner

There are many more benefits of eating the last meal of the day on time, have a look at some of these below.

Shivani Arora

Shivani AroraBy Shivani Arora

Published on 29 Jan 2021 7:27 AM GMT

Know these AMAZING health benefits of having an early dinner
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Know these AMAZING health benefits of having an early dinner
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We all eat our breakfast on time as we know it is the most important meal of the day. At lunch, we are too tired and hungry to delay it and therefore cannot wait to gorge on it. But when it comes to dinner, we are at our laziest best and want to relax and enjoy some snacks before eating it.

Eating dinner late can be harmful to health. One should eat their dinner by 7-7:30 PM to stay active and energetic. Having your dinner on time can do wonders to your body. There are many more benefits of eating the last meal of the day on time, have a look at some of these below.

Improves digestion

It is often advised to maintain a gap between your bed and dinner time. This is because once you lie down, the food is not digested properly and this can result in stomach ache, acid reflux and bloating.

Improves cardiovascular health

When you eat a late dinner, the calories are not burned properly. They are instead converted to triglycerides, a fatty acid that makes the person prone to heart attack and stroke. Eating dinner on time helps in maintaining heart health and keeps heart-related diseases at bay.

Aids in weight loss

Eating on time helps the body in utilising the food better. It can be easily digested and helps in boosting the metabolism thereby converting food into energy and burning calories.

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Reduces the risk of diabetes

Diabetes occurs when the body is not able to utilise insulin properly. When you eat dinner on time, the body has enough time before you sleep to convert the food into glucose and this helps in reducing the risk of diabetes.

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Improves the quality of sleep

When you eat late, i.e. close to your bedtime, your body performs the digestive process while you are asleep, thereby disruption your sleep pattern. When you eat on time, the food is digested properly and you wake up feeling fresh and active.

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