Those in the shift-based job could be at a significantly higher risk.
Are you fond of munching into some snacks late in the night? According to a latest study, this habit of yours may put you in the risk of heart diseases and diabetes by raising levels of harmful blood fats. The findings are published in the journal Experimental Physiology, said those in the shift-based job could be at a significantly higher risk. Shift work leads people eating their meals at the wrong time of day, which could make them vulnerable to several health risk. The findings also revealed that jet lag or simply standing up late in the night can also stir up midnight hunger pangs .
Cardiovascular disease and diabetes are often closely linked to the biological clock, but humans tend to ignore the signs and eat in the evening and late at night, without taking into account its consequences. A routine which is out of sync with our 24-hour cycle may result in high blood fat levels - and thus a higher risk for illness.