According to a study by the American Heart Association Expert Group, late-night food can cause cardiovascular disease and diabetes because it causes disruption of the body's biological rhythm LiveScience.
Experts have decided to explore the relationship between disease development, such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension and eating time. Based on the results of medical examinations, more than 12.7 thousand people from Latin America aged 18-76 years relied.
Researchers found that people who ate a third or more meals after 18:00 had high levels of sugar and insulin in their blood as well as blood pressure compared to those who ate before 6pm. It was found that those who ate late foods increased the risk of diabetes by 19% and high blood pressure by 23% compared to others.
According to Noor Makarem's research leader, this phenomenon can be explained as a consequence of the disruption of the body's biological rhythm due to abnormal lifestyle, which in turn leads to metabolic problems and an increased risk of chronic illness.
Experts have warned before eating right at bedtime because they are very harmful and aggravate chronic illness and obesity and stimulate cancer.