6 Ways to Quit πŸ—‘ Your Late-Night πŸŒ› Eating Habit πŸ• ...

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Are you looking for ways to quit your late night eating habit for the good of your weight and overall health.

It’s something we see on TV and in the movies that is about as close to real life as Hollywood can get: those scenes where a character creeps to the fridge late at night to assemble a snack that they know isn’t good for them, but that they can’t resist anyway!

We’ve all been there, when we’re not able to resist the low hum of the fridge in the late-night silence.

We nearly always regret it afterwards but it doesn’t stop us at the time!

If you are somebody who has developed an unwanted pattern of snacking way into the dead of night, then take a look at these five ways to quit your late night eating habit.

1. Keep a Regular Meal Schedule

One of the best ways to quit your late night eating habit is to eat your meals on a consistent schedule.

For those that work normal daytime hours, you should be trying to stick to a fairly traditional schedule for your three main meals of the day.

Breakfast is always the most important, lunch is the perfect top up and dinner should always be the last thing you consume in a 24-hour cycle.2

Eating three balanced meals a day should be enough to stop you from needing an energy or hunger pick-me-up closer to bed time.

If you find that you want to snack during the day as well as late at night, consider switching from three meals to five or six smaller meals a day.

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