Your body clock, metabolism and digestion interact in complex ways – meaning it’s not just what you eat, but when you eat, that matters.

From hectic schedules to traffic and social engagements, many factors can make eating dinner at 8 p.m. more feasible than dining at 5 or 6. And while the idea that eating during late evening hours causes weight gain is largely a myth, there are numerous benefits to eating earlier — benefits that go beyond less crowded restaurants.

Better Weight Control

Less Heartburn

Better Sleep

Better Energy