What Can You Eat At Night To Avoid Getting Fat?

Of course, you can’t eat at night, it’s strictly forbidden. But what if you’ve had a busy day and your body needs recharging? Of course, you can’t starve your body, because it won’t repay you for it later.

So, you need to have something to eat

But then a very reasonable question arises as to what you can eat late in the evening or at night and in what quantities so as not to harm your figure.

For the best results, it is important that your late-night snack before bed is easy to digest, not overloaded with a lot of calories, and, as a matter of course, should not be large in volume. Your body does not need extra energy during your sleep. If the number of calories you eat and the volume exceed the norm, your body will store the excess in fat folds, and this is not good for us at all.

If what you ate is poorly and slowly digested, the same story repeats itself: the body will receive excess energy all night long, and it will automatically turn into fat. The foods you eat at night should not contain sugar. In addition to extra calories, its high content can bring insomnia, as it is quickly absorbed by the body and gives a good boost of energy.

So what can you eat at night? What foods are suitable for a late snack? Nutritionists advise pampering yourself before bed with foods that are rich in fiber. Fresh vegetables and unsweetened fruits are good for a late-evening snack. So don’t starve yourself, because you can make a delicious vegetable salad. If you are very worried about your figure, you can limit yourself to fresh cucumbers. They can be eaten in any quantity, at any time of the day.

Also, if you decide to eat at night, you can drink low-fat kefir. Half a glass of pure kefir will fill your stomach well, but will not harm your waistline.

You can also deceive evening or nighttime hunger with hot tea, naturally without sugar.

There is a small problem here, though: tea contains a small dose of caffeine, which in turn invigorates and can interfere with your sound sleep. Therefore, for evening tea drinking, it is better to use herbal rooibos tea, which does not contain caffeine.

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Written by Bella Adams

I'm a professionally-trained, executive chef with over ten years in Restaurant Culinary and hospitality management. Experienced in specialized diets, including Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw foods, whole food, plant-based, allergy-friendly, farm-to-table, and more. Outside of the kitchen, I write about lifestyle factors that impact well-being.

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