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The search for connections between our food and our mood is gaining steam in scientific research. New findings show that it isnt just what we consume but additionally when we consume that affects how exactly we feel.

Delving in to the relationship between eating patterns and the bodys circadian system shows how eating on an unpredictable schedule such as for example through the bodys resting phase during the night can hurt our mood or exacerbate outward indications of mood-related disorders, in accordance with research from Elisa Brietzke, a professor of psychiatry at Queens University School of Medicine in Kingston, Ontario, and Elena Koning, a doctoral student at Queens University Centre for Neuroscience Studies. Their research builds on earlier studies showing that eating meals at differing times each day plays a part in weight gain and is associated with depression.

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