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Do you struggle with your weight, have problems sleeping, lack energy and feel low or anxious a lot of the time? If so, you may be out of sync with your body’s natural rhythms. ‘It doesn’t matter how much you exercise or how well you eat; if you want to stay healthy, the timing of when you do things is crucial too,’ says Dr Satchin Panda, Professor at Salk Institute, San Diego, and author of The Circadian Code (£15.99, Penguin Random House). ‘Almost every bodily function is governed by 24-hour biological cycles called circadian rhythms. These rise and fall throughout the day and help us to anticipate and prepare for daily activities – when to eat, when to sleep, when to wake.’

‘Circadian rhythms are controlled by circadian clocks, which are present in almost every organ and cell,’ explains Dr Panda. ‘These set

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