The Metabolic Harms of Night Shifts and Irregular Meals

What shift workers can do to moderate the adverse effects of circadian rhythm disruption.

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We are winding down this series on chronobiology. Just two videos left in this series: Shedding Light on Shedding Weight ( and Why People Gain Weight in the Fall (

If you missed any of the earlier ones, see:
• Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal for Weight Loss? (
• Is Skipping Breakfast Better for Weight Loss? (
• Chronobiology – How Circadian Rhythms Can Control Your Health and Weight (
• Eat More Calories in the Morning to Lose Weight (
• Breakfast Like a King, Lunch Like a Prince, Dinner Like a Pauper (
• Eat More Calories in the Morning Than the Evening (
• How Circadian Rhythms Affect Blood Sugar Levels (
• How to Sync Your Central Circadian Clock to Your Peripheral Clocks (

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