That nighttime eating, 5x/week, with an average of 270 calories per time, could result in a weight gain of 20 pounds over the course of a year?

Start by eating more healthy food in the front end of your day – so you won’t be so hungry at the end of the day. Then begin to cut down the times of week you eat after supper, until you are only doing it occasionally. Also, look at changing the snack you are eating to something healthier. It is also wise to ask yourself – what triggers my nighttime eating – is it sitting in front of the tv? If so, find another activity for the evenings that you don’t relate to snacking.

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