For many people, eating at night (when we’re typically less active) can lead to weight gain. If you’d like to change your nighttime eating patterns, here are a few suggestions:
– Eat several small meals throughout the day; this way, you will not be ravenous in the evening.
– If your dinnertime routinely falls late in the evening, make lunch your main meal and dinner more of a light healthy “snack,” such as a small sandwich or a yogurt with fruit.
– Don’t eat and watch TV at the same time. If you’re feeling hungry, eat in a room that has no television in it.
– Don’t drink alcohol. It tends to increase appetite and diminish one’s resolve to eat sensibly. (It also packs its own calories!)
You can learn more about maintaining a healthy lifestyle by contacting the weight-loss professionals at HMC Weight Loss Centers. Complete the Schedule an Appointment Form to the left or give us a call today at (951) 547-1280 for more information about our Corona weight-loss clinic or (714) 543-2673 for our Tustin weight-loss clinic.