You must have heard that to stay healthy, one must have breakfast in the morning. But do you know that it not only keeps you healthy, but also reduces obesity along with controlling blood sugar. This claim has been made in research recently published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.
University of Lübeck researcher, Julian Richter, said that the energy we use to digest food (known as diet-induced thermogenesis) is a sign of metabolic health, and can be measured by the timing of the meal. base can be changed.
More Calories Burned During the Day In the
study, Richter and his colleagues gave some men the biggest meal of the day with a high calorie as breakfast and some men the largest high-calorie meal as dinner. Researchers found that people burn more calories after breakfast than after dinner. If they eat a large breakfast in the morning, they feel less hungry in the afternoon and evening.
Richter said, "Our results show that makes regardless of the amount to be eaten as a snack food, calories, twice as high food than dinner-induced Thrmojenesis."
Controlling blood sugar and insulin levels The
researchers said that blood sugar and insulin levels were also seen to be under control in people who ate a heavy breakfast in the morning, while it was unstable in those who ate a heavy meal at night.
Researchers have advised that instead of eating heavy at night, take a heavy breakfast in the morning to stay healthy. Because energy (known as diet-induced thermogenesis) burns twice as many calories in the day as at night. Which burns calories quickly. Along with reducing your weight, it also prevents metabolic diseases.