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29 March 2014

Eating at Night



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.