Balanced Meal Timing May Benefit Cognitive Health, Study Shows

Food is fuel. It provides us the energy our bodies need to function and also to remain healthy. 

Previous research has focused on how the quality of the energy – the food – we consume can affect our health, and experts have investigated cardiovascularTrusted Source and metabolicTrusted Source health outcomes associated with when we eat.

However, there has been little research exploring the ways in which the distribution of our daily energy intake may influence long-term cognitive health, and whether it has any impact on the risk of developing dementia. 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO)Trusted Source, around 55 million people worldwide have dementia, with 10 million new cases being diagnosed each year. As the world’s population is aging – the proportion of older people is rising steadily – the WHO estimates 78 million people will have dementia by 2030, and 139 million by 2050. Read more…

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