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Eating late at night, compared with earlier in the day, caused a series of adverse effects, according to findings presented at Sleep 2017, the Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies. “The metabolic consequences of a consistent, prolonged delayed eating pattern compared with a daytime one, are unknown,” Namni Goel, PhD, research associate professor, division of sleep and chronobiology, University of Pennsylvania, and colleagues wrote.
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