04 You’ll chew over your dinner time
Chrono-nutrition – the idea that you’re not just what you eat, but when you eat it – will have its moment. “Timing food around our circadian rhythms has a big impact,” says Soong. Disruptions to your body clock contribute to obesity: not only does insufficient shuteye sap your willpower, but your body also processes macros differently depending on the time of day. Enzymes involved in metabolism are regulated by the clock, too. Wake up to it.