A new study is showing that eating a hearty breakfast upon reaching your travel destination could mitigate the effects of jet lag.
Researchers from Northwestern University and the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico looked at circadian rhythms and suggest that adhering to regular meal times in a new time zone can help recalibrate our internal body clocks.
A team of scientists have developed a mathematical model to understand how our internal clocks respond to aging and disruptions like jet lag. The model also indicates that erratic meal schedules and late-night snacking can misalign our internal clocks.
Read more about the study here.
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