Too much snacking is one of the most common problems that hinders people’s weight loss. We all try our best to maintain a healthy diet, but once it comes to snacking, we lose control.
The pandemic disrupted our routines in many ways, including our sleep patterns. While most of us are up late at night, it has increased midnight snacking, resulting in weight gain.
It is recommended that you have dinner at least two hours before bed to give your body enough time to digest it. Snacking after dinner can hinder your weight loss and sleep.
But if you’re up late and want to eat, here are some healthy options.