Do you sometimes sneak a late-night snack, even after you’ve had a big dinner? Or worse, do you find yourself binging at night?
Typically, nighttime snacking is associated with mindlessly eating potato chips, candy, cake, and other high-calorie snacks. That usually means you're eating more calories than your body needs. Those extra calories add up quickly and lead to weight gain over time.
Late-night snacking is one of the biggest mistakes people make when dieting. You exercise regularly, and each day, you choose healthy options from breakfast to dinner. But then comes the rumbling tummy, and the sudden snack attack and there goes all your hard work. Thankfully, there are ways to stop cravings at night.
Tips to curb nighttime cravings: