Protein at breakfast builds more muscle than protein at dinner


Chrononutrition is a field that ties maximum nutritional benefit from food to the time of day a person consumes it.

A new study, led by scientists from Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, concludes that protein consumed in the morning promotes muscle growth more than protein eaten later in the day.

The authors conducted their research in both mice and humans.
Most people have heard the expression, “you are what you eat.” A new study from researchers at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, suggests that it is also true that “you are when you eat,” at least when it comes to protein.

According to the study, consuming protein early in the day leads to greater muscle growth.

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