An elite female rugby player ate better, learned more, and decreased body fat levels with MealLogger-based nutrition counseling, according to an article published in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness.
What we eat, but also when we eat, affects our risks of having more body fat and developing diseases. Importantly though, neither eating by the time on the clock nor by how long we eat before going to sleep seems to matter much.
A landmark study used MealLogger to explore the relationship between when we eat and our body fat levels. The results showed that paying attention to one type of clock, but not another, may be particularly important to anyone.
MealLogger is one of the three most frequently used smartphone-based dietary assessment tools, according to a systematic review of digital nutrition platforms in research settings. The paper, published in the journal Health Psychology.