How do I avoid “pigging out” at night after dinner time ( I am speaking about the time after everything is put away and you are sitting in front of the TV)?

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  1. Hellohealth wrote on :

    Eating a late-night snack while watching TV can be an enjoyable and healthy part of your lifestyle. The key is to consciously choose a healthy snack, and then limit the quantity. If you’re over doing it with high-calorie, low-nutrient snacks, banish them from your home. Skipping meals early in the day can lead to evening snacking, so be sure to have a good breakfast that includes protein. Limit your healthy evening snack choice to 100 or 150 calories. Suggestions: yogurt and berries, apple wedges with nut butter, a few whole-grain crackers with organic peanut butter and banana slices (helps promote sleep). Have your snack with a cup of SleepTime herbal tea and enjoy your evening….guilt-free!

  2. n s wrote on :

    Try drinking water or a sugar free beverage while you watch TV. You might he thirsty, not hungry.

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