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That’s ide­ally the lat­est you’d ever eat din­ner, ac­cord­ing to re­search from the Univer­sity of Pennsylvania. When peo­ple noshed past this cut­off time (eat­ing all meals and snacks be­tween noon and 11 p.m. in­stead of 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.), they

gained weight and had higher choles­terol lev­els. It’s pos­si­ble hor­mones were the key: When peo­ple ate ear­lier in the day, their lev­els of the hunger hor­mone ghre­lin peaked sooner and those of the sati­ety hor­mone lep­tin rose later, so they felt fuller at night and less likely to splurge.

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