There is a set time for each meal of the day, it’s not just set according to our convenience but for our wellbeing. As eating at given times does wonder for the body.

  Eating at night is often not recommended because it goes against our circadian rhythm. That is the 24-hour cycle of our body that tells us when to sleep, wake and eat. According to it, the night is for resting and not eating.

  Your cravings and appetite can be managed by eating more calories for breakfast and then followed by eating frequent small meals throughout the day. This kind of eating keeps you full for longer and prevents overeating at night.

  Eating late at night leads to the consumption of more calories accumulating to weight gain. As while you eat late at night you opt for calorie-dense foods that have very little nutritional value and are unhealthy like soda, ice creams, chips, etc.

  Having a meal plan helps you to enjoy your meals on time reducing the chances of making poor food choices and impulsive eating. It ensures your food intake is equally distributed and this also helps to keep hunger at bay.

Structure your sleeping and eating time as it will help you spread your meals over the day and make you feel less hungry at night. Lack of sleep is linked to increased calorie intake and obesity. A fixed routine can help you break this cycle of unhealthy behaviour.

   If you get hungry after dinner, opt for nutrient-dense foods which are low in calories and have high nutrition content like an apple with peanut butter or carrot with hummus, popcorn, grapes, etc.  

Thus, it's very important to be disciplined with all your meal timings in order to maintain that rhythm of the body. Keep your body healthy with all these small tips can help all go on leading a healthy life.

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