DON’T have that nighttime snack! Eating out of sync with your biological clock puts you at risk for heart disease and diabetes, a new study shows

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Eating late at night increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes by raising levels of harmful blood fats, warns new research.

Shift work, in particular, is triggering the killer illnesses by leading to people eating their meals at the wrong time of day, according to the study from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Scientists found jet lag, or simply staying up, is also dangerous by leading to midnight suppers.

Experiments on rats found when they ate at the start of their rest period there was a dramatic spike in triglycerides, compared to being fed just before they became active.

4df36c8cdf3e8616c4cdb045f725852e DON'T have that nighttime snack! Eating out of sync with your biological clock puts you at risk for heart disease and diabetes, a new study shows

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