2. Sleeping early prevents late-night snacks.
Eating late-night snacks causes our metabolism to continue to function when it should be resting, resulting in calorie intake being stored as fat.
It may also make it difficult to get a good night’s sleep.
A low-calorie snack, on the other hand, may not be harmful.
What you should do:
- 2 hours before going to bed, eat dinner.
- Consume enough calories throughout the day to satisfy your cravings at night.
- If you’re really hungry after dinner, avoid sugary foods. Instead, reach for some fruit, low-fat yogurt, or carrots.