As much as the saying “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper” stands true, having meal timings is also very important to keep yourself healthy. Timing your meals to get the most benefit out of it is everything that you need to know if you're already sorted with what and how much to eat. You must have observed that your body gets used to eating food at a certain time of the day. And if you avoid it, your body starts storing fats since it needs the energy to get through the day.
To begin with, you should be consuming your breakfast in the first two hours after you wake up, which is ideally between 8-10 am. Most people tend to skip breakfast which is considered as the most important meal of the day, and that results in diabetes and obesity. You wouldn't want that, would you? So eat a good healthy meal before you head out in the morning and break the fast of the night.
Since there's a fluctuation in shifts, lunch and dinner time cannot be certain. If you tend to eat anything with at least 210 calories, it is considered as a 'meal', and anything below that is called a 'snack'. So watch out for yourself while you consume foods with that amount of calories.
Make sure you eat your dinner early for it to get its time to digest well before you call it a day. Also, get into a habit of eating at an interval of every two to three hours in the entire day to give your body a constant source of energy. Of course, healthy food is recommended over junk items. You are what you eat and so, having a meal time to your food intake will only make your body feel healthy at all times.