How to curb your nighttime appetite

How to curb your nighttime appetite

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Feb­ru­ary 19, 2017, 10:33

Some­times we all crave a meal in the evening. Then eat again. And in the late evening — to have a snack.

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Doc­tors about this prob­lem are unan­i­mous: if you want to eat — eat! Only for a night snack you need to choose the right prod­ucts.

Espe­cial­ly for those who have a con­stant desire to eat at night, but are wor­ried about their fig­ure, nutri­tion­ists have devel­oped a spe­cial step-by-step pro­gram.

It will help to over­come the evening appetite or quite pain­less­ly kill the “night worm”.

Mom and daughter at the refrigerator photo


  1. Always remem­ber water. Most of the time you con­fuse thirst with hunger. If you sud­den­ly want to eat some­thing, drink a glass of non-car­bon­at­ed water at room tem­per­a­ture first. In most cas­es, this method suc­cess­ful­ly replaces a full meal.
  2. Failed to deceive the stom­ach with water? Then drink a glass of yogurt or warm milk with spices. To do this, stir in milk a tea­spoon of hon­ey and turmer­ic, cin­na­mon or ground gin­ger, tak­en at the tip of a knife. Tea, cof­fee and juice should be exclud­ed from the evening diet — these drinks stim­u­late the appetite.
  3. If after that the appetite has not calmed down — make your­self a sand­wich with boiled meat, ham or cheese. After that, you need to quick­ly leave the kitchen. Most like­ly, you will not want to return to it any­more.
  4. If the sand­wich was also not enough and you are look­ing for some­thing else to eat, give up. Take a large plate and put a spoon­ful and a piece of every­thing that is in the refrig­er­a­tor. The min­i­mum amount of food on your plate is per­fect­ly com­pen­sat­ed by the vari­ety of food pre­sent­ed.
  5. Last but not least, make sure you don’t have “harm­ful” foods in your fridge. The real­i­ty is that if you have a jar of yogurt and a cake, you will choose the lat­ter as a snack.

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