Eating a late dinner is not bad for health, expert says

06/20/2011 |

Eating dinner later in the evening is not bad, nor does it necessarily cause people to gain weight, writes registered dietitian Manuel Villacorta, a spokesman for the American Dietetic Association. He writes that if a late meal is the only one during the day, however, it can lead to overeating, and he recommends that people get 70% of their daily calories before a nightly dinner.

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