Best time to eat and lose weight

Change your eating habits for weight loss and a healthy lifestyle!

When we are determined to lose weight, we will do (almost) anything to get the body shape we want. Hitting hours daily at the gym and watching what we eat are the two most common things people do in their weight loss management. But, there's one thing we never thought would play a role in deciding weight loss: what time we eat.

Research has found that aside from eating the right foods at the right amount, it also helps with weight loss when we watch what time we eat. Studies have pinpointed the ideal time to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. But how do you stick to those times when you are busy with work and taking care of your family. Following a strict eating time is almost impossible with everyone's current busy schedule.

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Our busy schedule leads us to skipping meals, eating at the wrong time or eating unhealthy foods. On top of these, the moment when we're busy is also the moment when we're feeling most stressed. This leads to us reaching out for that jar of cookies or ripping open a bag of chips.

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*As causes for being overweight vary from person to person, weight loss results will also vary from person to person, dependant on various genetic or environmental factors such as food intake, individual rate of metabolism, level of exercise, etc. No individual result should be seen as typical.