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Why eating the right food may not be enough

It is not just what you eat, but also when you eat, suggest researchers who have described a potentially tight connection between eating and the circadian rhythm, also called the body clock.

Light exposure is a key regulator of the circadian rhythm. Their research indicates that eating might play a significant role as well. Since disruption of the circadian rhythm is generally unhealthy, it is prudent to try eat the right food at the right time.

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