Nutritionist Jenny Tschiesche has information on when it’s the worst time to eat, especially if you’re struggling to get to sleep at night. Here’s what she has to say.
“According to the latest scientific research, the best time of day to eat and what to eat is determined by your chronotype,” says Tschiesche.
What’s a chronotype?
There are two main chronotypes: the owl; and the lark. These identities determine a person’s natural behaviour when it comes to sleeping.
Are you an owl?
Do you enjoy staying up late at night and sleeping in the next morning? Chances are you’re an owl chronotype.