Dine by 7:30
By Nmami Agarwal
October 18, 2018
Looking for good health? Well in that scenario just planning on what to eat and what not to eat is not enough. For that, you need to figure out the time you’re taking your meals at!
Our body doesn’t have a virtual clock but has an internal rhythm called “circadian rhythm” which schedules the major body functions and helps our body to adjust to the environmental changes, sleep and activities like digestion and brain functioning. Our body weight, metabolism, heart health and sleep cycle all are affected by your meal timing. Therefore, you should try to get done with dinner two hours prior hitting your bed.
Having dinner by 7:30 p.m. and then eating later in late night adds in unused calories that get added in fat deposition layer. Eating more calories than our body burn on a regular basis before bed ultimately results in weight gain. Therefore, in order to keep the body weight under control, early dinners are the best.
Having an early dinner, taking a walk and going to bed on time gives us a chance to wake up fresh, keeps us free from fatigue and puts a brighter day ahead of us. Having an early dinner can also prevent us from sleeping late so that we can have a required amount of sleep. Furthermore, it helps the metabolism. Eating on time also helps in hunger swings.
Since food is digested in a proper way and time, it helps you fight a lot of health issues including the major heart diseases and keeps it healthy and strong. Proper sleep and majorly sleeping on time keep your blood pressure on check and keeps the blood flow good.
What role do you play?
Challenging our self to get our timetable changed is not that hard when it gives us numerous health benefits. The only role to play is to finish eating all we want to latest by 7:30 p.m. and put our self into a habit of it. Take a walk post dinner and make sure to feel light stomach before you get to bed.