Your Schedule Could Be Killing You

September 13, 2017

It may sound dramatic...but it's possibly true. Claire Maldarelli, Assistant Editor at Popular Science, talks about how the modern way of life, including checking our cell phone 24/7, is messing with our body's circadian rhythm. Plus, when is the best time to eat? Your pancreas releases the most amount of insulin in the morning, so it's best to have your biggest meal at that time and stop drinking coffee after noon! When it comes to sleep, your body temperature decreases at 8pm each night, so it's best to go to bed around that time and get a full 8 hours.