2. Sleeping early prevents late-night snacks.
Eating late-night snacks causes our metabolism to keep functioning when it should be relaxing, resulting in the calorie intake being stored as fat. It may also not help us with getting a good night’s sleep. However, eating a low-calorie snack may not do any harm.
What to do:
- Eat dinner 2 hours before going to bed.
- Eat enough throughout the day to block your cravings at night.
- If you really feel hungry after dinner, don’t eat sugary foods. Instead, grab some fruit, low-fat yogurt, or some carrots.
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