According to Healthline, eating at night is often associated with weight gain, but it's not just the timing of your meal that matters, but also the content and amount of food you consume. These are some tips to help you avoid unnecessary weight gain when eating at night.
1. Eat at least 2 to 3 hours before bed. Eating too close to bedtime can disrupt your sleep, and your body may not have enough time to digest the food properly, leading to weight gain.
2. Stick to a balanced meal. Eating a balanced meal that contains protein, healthy fats, and fiber will help you feel full and satisfied, preventing you from overeating at night.
3. Avoid processed and high-calorie foods. Processed foods and those high in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats are often calorie-dense and can contribute to weight gain when eaten in excess.
4. Pay attention to portion sizes. Eating large portions of food at night can lead to overconsumption of calories, which can lead to weight gain.
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