Late meals increase the risk of heart disease in women

Late meals increase the risk of heart disease in women



According to a study done in the United States (USA), the risk of cardiovascular disease is increased even more in women who take most of their daily calories in the late hours (after 18.00).

Late meals increase the risk of heart disease in women 

Columbia University in New York has conducted for one year a study on the heart health of 112 women with an average age of 33 years, reports the journal Science Daily.

The study found that women who consumed most of the number of calories they needed during the day after 6 pm had more heart problems than others.

Another conclusion from this study is that excess calorie consumed in the evening cause an increase in body mass index and high blood pressure.

The studies were findings be presented at the American Society of Cardiology meeting were held in Philadelphia on November 16-18.

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