On leave day breakfast late ... Another reason to gain weight

On leave day  breakfast late ... Another reason to gain weight

On leave day  breakfast late ... Another reason to gain weight

Mexico / Barcelona: Weight gain and obesity are becoming a global problem today. Now scientists from Mexico and Spain have revealed that one of the reasons for weight gain is to have late- snacks.The study, the results of which were published in a recent issue of the research journal "Nutrients", was conducted on 1106 university students in Spain and Mexico, including their breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reviewed.

 
Special attention was given to how many students have breakfast, lunch and dinner at work hours and on weekends (weekends and Sundays). In addition, the study also examined how often they sleep, what time they wake up, what they eat, how long they eat, how often they walk, and whether or not to exercise. The weight of all the students involved in the study was also noted carefully.

 

Survey forms collected information about students' dietary routines and times during normal days and on weekly holidays.

After analyzing all this information, it was found that students who take breakfast longer than usual on holidays weigh significantly more than those who are having breakfast. It was also observed that the students, who were accustomed to "brunch" by mixing "breakfast breaks and lunches" for three hours late on holidays (their other days), Mass index (BMI) was 1.3 units higher than breakfast time.

 
We can understand that if a person is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 70 kilograms, and if he reduces his weight to about 3.75 kilograms (about four kilograms) then his BMI will be considered 1.3 units less. ۔

It was clearly observed that every meal on a holiday is eaten a little later than usual, but breakfast in the morning is the most delayed.

 
This means that if you get a "weekly habit" only delay of one to two days a week will cause us to gain weight, no matter how healthy we eat, and on foot or on foot. Why not just exercise regularly?

Although studies of employees working on changing shifts have already come to the fore, people who frequently experience changing eating times tend to be obese compared to others, but this is the first time A slight change in dietary habits has also had significant effects.