Eating Before Bed Is Fine, Study Says

Eating Before Bed Is Fine, Study Says Have you heard that you shouldn’t eat before bed? Some believe that eating two hours before bed is healthier for blood sugar levels. A study from the Graduate School of Health Sciences at Okayama University claims to have debunked this old wives’ tale. The study found that eating before bed has no effect on blood glucose levels. The data surveyed 1,573 healthy middle-aged and older adults. Lifestyle habits such as diet, smoking and fitness were factored. The study revealed that lifestyle played a bigger role in blood glucose levels than the timeframe between mealtime and bed. Su Su Maw and Chiyori Haga, research authors