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ANSWER: A. File this under: Huh? Eating mainly in the day could really protect your skin, according to a recent study in the journal Cell Reports . Here's why: The clock in your body gives you a 12-hour window to eat. Beyond that, he is "abnormal" and rejects the work of your body's enzymes, all of which have important work. Such an enzyme, the group Xeroderma pigmentosum A (XPA), repairs the skin damaged by UV. And when you dine late, the XPA activity cycle moves, limiting its ability to repair and protect your skin the next day. So try eating your last big meal before 7 pm, resist nighttime snacks and, of course, bring the SPF. (Find more inner calm and reinforce yourself in a few minutes a day with the DVD WH & # 39; s With Yoga!)
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Source: Joseph Takahashi, Ph .D., O Donnell Brain Institute at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
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