Battling the late night munchies?

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The Nutrition Edition
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Battling the late night munchies? How to stop eating at night
With some simple tricks, you can break this habit for good.
🌃 First, identify why you're eating late. Are you not eating enough throughout the day? Is this emotional eating? Simple boredom? Keeping a food journal can help reveal patterns. Once you spot your triggers, you'll know how to tackle each one, whether that means meditating to calm your nerves or socializing to distract yourself.
🥘 Eat filling, balanced meals and snacks earlier. That way, you won't be ravenous by midnight. Research shows that late night eating may increase blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol, and weight, likely due to overeating and circadian rhythms.
🍇 Swap processed snacks for fresh fruits and veggies, yogurt, and other healthy options. When cravings hit, you'll have alternatives ready. Try meal prepping so you aren't tempted by delivery.
💤 Get enough quality sleep. Getting too little sleep may disrupt appetite-regulating hormones and lead to overeating. You can avoid this by limiting food in the last 1 or 2 hours before bedtime to help prevent acid reflux. There's no perfect cutoff time, but aiming to stop eating a few hours before bed should help with better sleep, digestion, and hunger regulation the next day.
With a little planning, some lifestyle tweaks, and some self-care, you can break the late night munchies habit for good! If you'd like to learn more, check out all our tips here.
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Thank you for reading! We'll be back in a couple of days with more nutrition facts to feed your curiosity.
Until next time,
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