Eating your meals at the right time is important when you are concerned about how meals affect your weight loss goals. Generally, there is no best time for you to eat your specific meals. You should be following the natural rhythm clock of your body and and plan your meals around your schedule. For example, if you are a late riser, your meals will be later than someone who is up by 6 am. Avoid missing or delaying your meal times, because you are more likely to overeat when you are hungrier (your brain takes 20 minutes to register food in your stomach).
Studies also show that if you skip breakfast, you are likely eat up to an extra 500 calories per day. If you are the type to eat six smaller meals, then you will eat more frequently, let your body tell you when you are hungry. If you are dieting, a good rule is to not eat after 8 pm, however, for the late riser who goes to bed late, it is okay to eat after 8 pm as long as you stop eating three hours before bedtime.
Here is a simple guide for you to follow and share with your friends: