Midnight snacking… we’ve all been there. Is it really as bad as everyone makes it out to be?

The Huffington Post has the answers. A study done in the journal Obesity found that volunteers in a two week experiment were hungriest at night. Along with that, most of the cravings were for fatty, sugary foods.

Reasons for snacking so late include boredom, not eating enough nutritious foods, or depriving oneself during the day.

In short, eating midnight snacks are not the best for you. Another study showed that snacking late not only caused weight gain but also other health problems such as acid reflux. To prevent late-night snacking, try eating at least two hours before bed for proper digestion.

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