…according to this paper abstract. It doesn’t say so, but I bet the association is to type 2 diabetes, not type 1.
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I am not a medical person but speaking of friends who follow various shift patterns they obviously do not find it easy to follow a regular meal plan, exercise plan, sleeping plan and in some cases there health has suffered.
Shift work is not easy, if you are working the old 9 to 5, even 6 to 2 etc it makes it easier to plan your meals etc.and not over – indulge in carb/sugar snacks that do not assist good health.
Perhaps some may have helpful suggestions, for those reading this, who do have various shift work patterns?
All the best Jan
Hey, Jan. NomNomPaleo has some advice for graveyard shift workers: http://nomnompaleo.com/post/55156756199/surviving-the-night-shift
At least she shares what works for her. She’s a pharmacist working, I think, 12-hours shifts, like many nurses and physicians.
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