New study finds eating breakfast after 9 a.m. increases risk of type 2 diabetes by 59%

A new study by ISGlobal found that eating breakfast after 9 a.m. increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 59%. The study also found that a late dinner (after 10 pm) seemed to increase the risk, while eating more frequently (about five times a day) was associated with a lower disease incidence. The researchers suggest that a first meal before 8 am and a last meal before 7 pm may help reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes.

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