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MINSK, Apr 18 – Sputnik. People who often missed their morning meal and dined regularly less than two hours before going to bed were five times more likely to die from a heart attack. To this conclusion, scientists from Brazil in a recent study, writes the Daily Mail.


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Experts believe that if most food is eaten in the first half of the day, this will give the body more chances to burn calories and lead to a healthier hormone balance.

The theory, which confirms the old saying “eat breakfast yourself, share lunch with a friend, and give dinner to the enemy,” also says that people who eat well in the morning have less to eat during the day.

Researchers from the State University of São Paulo in Brazil studied the data of 113 people who had heart attacks.

A team of scientists found that 57% of participants missed breakfast at least three times a week, 51% had a late dinner three times a week, and 41% did not eat breakfast and at the same time allowed themselves to have a late dinner.

The researchers found that those who regularly missed the morning meal and ate at night had four or five times more chances of dying within a month after a heart attack or suffering a second attack.

"Nutrition is a relatively inexpensive and easy way to improve the prognosis," said Dr. Marcos Minicucci, the head of the research team.

He recommended to have dinner no later than two hours before bedtime.

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