A study of Japanese subjects showed no significant health difference between people who ate just before bedtime and those who didn’t. Photo: Alamy A study of Japanese subjects showed no significant health difference between people who ate just before bedtime and those who didn’t. Photo: Alamy
A study of Japanese subjects showed no significant health difference between people who ate just before bedtime and those who didn’t. Photo: Alamy

Eating right before sleep will not make you gain weight, Japanese study suggests

  • Researchers examined blood glucose levels and other lifestyle factors in middle-aged and older people from western Japan
  • The results remained the same for those who ate just before sleeping and those who did not. However, Japanese diet differs from those of much of the world

Topic |   Wellness
A study of Japanese subjects showed no significant health difference between people who ate just before bedtime and those who didn’t. Photo: Alamy A study of Japanese subjects showed no significant health difference between people who ate just before bedtime and those who didn’t. Photo: Alamy
A study of Japanese subjects showed no significant health difference between people who ate just before bedtime and those who didn’t. Photo: Alamy
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