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A new study published this month in JAMA Internal Medicine found that individuals who practiced time-restricted eating (TRE) but consumed all their calories earlier in the day lost more weight than those who also practiced TRE but ate later into the day. The first group also saw improvements in blood pressure and mood. While a small study, these results support the concept that metabolism is higher earlier in the day and that timing food to this calorie-burning rhythm may benefit weight loss. 

Try This: 35% of calories at breakfast, 35% at lunch, 10% at snack, and just 20% at an early dinner.

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