Yes. When you eat is almost as important as what you eat. Research has identified that when you eat most of your calories early in the day it is associated with lower rates of obesity, heart disease, impaired blood sugar, diabetes, poor sleep cycles and more. There are 2 main things to consider: 1. Eating most of your calories early in the day, preferably a big breakfast and a small dinner 2. Eating three meals a day with no snacking. Having a brig breakfast /small dinner allows your body to use up most of its calories early in the day, which is metabolically good. The no snacking allows your body to better utilize its MMC or migrating motor complexes. MMCs are electrical impulses that run down your intestines when you’re not eating. The MMCs help clear the bacteria from your small intestines and clean up overall. The combo is great. It’s hard to do it all the time but you should aim for it when you can.