According to a study conducted by experts at Vagelos University in the United States, Columbia University's after-6 pm meal is associated with a higher risk of heart disease than Live Science.
Specifically, the study of more than 12,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 76 has shown that more than 30% of their daily calories are at higher risk of obesity than at a subsequent meal of the aforementioned time. , increased blood pressure and the risk of serious prediabetes (high blood sugar but not high enough to establish diabetes).
Type II diabetes, which constitutes 70% of diabetes before diabetes, is a risk factor for heart disease.
In the report, eating late, affect our circadian rhythm, metabolic problems and increases the risk of chronic diseases, diabetes, hypertension and heart disease is caused by reports.
Reading diabetes is more prone to an existing disease. Clearly, women are more exposed than men
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