As long as you have healthy snacks to munch on and limit yourself to smaller portions, it is not sinister.
We all have waken up to those late night cravings that just won't go away. You akways ask yourself if you should give in and the answer is yes.
Here are a few suggestions:
Cereal is a snack craved for in the wee hours of the morning. So instead of sugary cereal in milk, try oatmeal. The grains in oatmeal increase your insulin levels, which causes your blood sugar levels to rise. This helps you fall back to sleep easier.
2. Half an apple with one ounce of peanut butter
3. Cheese quesadilla
Sprinkle some shredded low fat cheese in a few high fiber tortillas, you can then crisp both sides on an indoor fill.
4. Unsalted pretzels
They are the best alternative to potato chips. They are known to naturally increase your blood sugar and insulin to help you fall asleep faster. Add a glass of water after eating them to feel full.
5. A small portion of any food
Instead of denying yourself your favourite food or eating until you are full, just eat a little bit of it.if it can't fit the palm it is too much. That way you can eat what you want but not all of it.
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