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Munching all night? Beat midnight hunger pangs with these effective hacks

Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST
  • If you have a strong fitness resolve during the day, but food cravings keep you awake till late in the night, follow these smart hacks.
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"Ever find yourself wandering to the fridge late at night? It’s something many of us struggle with, especially when balancing busy schedules and long hours. Over time, I've developed a strategy to curb those night-time cravings and thought I'd share a few tips that might help!" says Nutritionist Karishma Shah in her recent Instagram post. Here's what she does. (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST

"Ever find yourself wandering to the fridge late at night? It’s something many of us struggle with, especially when balancing busy schedules and long hours. Over time, I've developed a strategy to curb those night-time cravings and thought I'd share a few tips that might help!" says Nutritionist Karishma Shah in her recent Instagram post. Here's what she does. (Freepik)

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1. Set a dinner schedule: Timing is everything. Make sure to have your dinner at least three hours before bedtime be it 7pm or 9pm. This helps the body digest better and dials down the hunger pangs later at night. (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST

1. Set a dinner schedule: Timing is everything. Make sure to have your dinner at least three hours before bedtime be it 7pm or 9pm. This helps the body digest better and dials down the hunger pangs later at night. (Freepik)

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2. Close the kitchen after dinner: Once dinner is done, the kitchen is closed. This simple rule can help you avoid unnecessary snacking and keep the nighttime routine in check. (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST

2. Close the kitchen after dinner: Once dinner is done, the kitchen is closed. This simple rule can help you avoid unnecessary snacking and keep the nighttime routine in check. (Freepik)

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3. Watch your intake of sugars and caffeine: Avoid sugar and caffeine late in the evening as both these foods are notorious for causing insulin spikes and can disrupt sleep. Instead, if you need a little something, stick to snacks that support a good night's sleep. (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST

3. Watch your intake of sugars and caffeine: Avoid sugar and caffeine late in the evening as both these foods are notorious for causing insulin spikes and can disrupt sleep. Instead, if you need a little something, stick to snacks that support a good night's sleep. (Freepik)

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4. Healthy snack choices: If the cravings really hit, you must go for healthier options like almonds, dark chocolate, peanut butter, pistachios, rice crackers, or a glass of unsweetened almond or coconut milk. These choices satisfy without the guilt and support better sleep. (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST

4. Healthy snack choices: If the cravings really hit, you must go for healthier options like almonds, dark chocolate, peanut butter, pistachios, rice crackers, or a glass of unsweetened almond or coconut milk. These choices satisfy without the guilt and support better sleep. (Freepik)

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5. Why this routine matters? Not only does this routine will help you maintain weight, but it will also improve your sleep quality and energy levels the next day. It’s a win-win! (Freepik) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Apr 30, 2024 01:44 PM IST

5. Why this routine matters? Not only does this routine will help you maintain weight, but it will also improve your sleep quality and energy levels the next day. It’s a win-win! (Freepik)

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