This article explains how dinner is an important part of your day but you need other meals building up to it to make sure you don’t over do it.
The idea of timing is everything when it comes to a healthy diet, something I think people have lost along the way. We snack when we’re hungry, we make a meal when we’re hungry, but how often do we really take notice to the times we are eating. Lives get busy, but it’s about a steady balance. Along with timing is the types of foods we’re putting in our bodies that late at night.
Protein is great for the morning you need it to get up and moving but at night, it’s not going to help you sleep, or burn anything off and in turn won’t lose weight. Diets are deprivation these days, when they need to be about a balance.
- Eating dinner too early or too late can interfere with your weight loss goals.
- If you eat too much protein, your body is more likely to store it as fat.
- You don’t have to deprive yourself of dessert to lose weight, fruit and low-calorie frozen treats are a good choice.
“There a few simple adjustments you can easily make to keep your meals in check.”