Because late breakfasts and meals beyond 9:00 PM throw off the body's natural rhythm, they increase the risk of heart attacks.

20 Dec 2023 Dipak Jaiswal 

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It is essential to time meals to correspond with the body's internal clock in order to control blood pressure, metabolism, and sleep.

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A 6,000-person study shows that skipping breakfast increases the risk of cardiovascular disease by 6% per hour.

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Eating after 9 PM, particularly for women, raises the risk of cerebrovascular illnesses by 28%.

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A longer interval between dinner the previous evening and breakfast is associated with a decreased risk of cerebrovascular illness.

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dining dinner by 8 PM lowers the chance of stroke, emphasizing the negative effects of dining late.

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Beyond food selection, meal timing adds a critical component to cardiovascular health.

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