Clean Eating

Why Early Risers Eat Better

Early birds could hold the secret to living healthier lives. A recent study published in revealed that morning people tend to eat a more balanced diet and choose healthier foods and you eat, too. This doesn’t mean you’re stuck eating whatever your internal clock craves, however. Maukonen says whether you’re an early bird or a night owl is influenced half by your genes and half by choice. “It is possible for an evening person to adapt to earlier schedules, but the thing that could really benefit evening persons is a greater flexibility in working time schedules so that evening persons may live more according to their internal biological time and not against it,” says Maukonen.

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