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How to reduce snacking?

How to reduce snacking?

Eat more often.: The term "snacking" has a negative connotation; it usually suggests eating unhealthy, empty calories. By contrast, eating regular healthy meals more often throughout the day will keep the appetite in check and limit the ingestion of unhealthy snacks. Have a small meal every three hours or so. ...Read more

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How to stop a snack attack?

How to stop a snack attack?

Have a snack.: If you're hungry, have a snack. But...(1) have a healthy snack - fruits, vegetables, yogurt, brown rice. And (2) don't wait until you're starving to have your snack, as you'll eat anything you can get your hands on. Have a little snack when you become a little hungry in between meals. Don't wait to become ravenous before you decide to have a snack. ...Read more

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What is best for a midnight snack?

Best not to have it.: Eating that midnight snack, which usually contains more empty calories of course, fills your body with calories that'll likely just be deposited as fat. Better to have a healthy snack around 8pm which contains a good amount of fiber to curb your appetite until breakfast-time. ...Read more

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How can I fight the urge to snack?

How can I fight the urge to snack?

Fiber helps.: Fiber with every meal helps control the appetite, keeping you full longer in between meals. If you're not hungry, you shouldn't be focused on looking for snacks in between meals. Shoot for about ten grams of fiber with each meal, and plenty of water in between meals to keep the stomach content. ...Read more

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Is eat a snack at 8:24pm ok or not?

Is eat a snack at 8:24pm ok or not?

How much & what?: To answer this question, you really need to look at how much you had to eat previously in the day. And what are you planning to snack on? It can be something healthy or it could be something not so healthy such as a big dish of ice cream and pie. The snack is important at bedtime for some diabetics. Remember moderation is really the key to most things in life. ...Read more

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Should my kid have post-dinner snacks?

Should my kid have post-dinner snacks?

Not usually: Bedtime snacks have some pitfalls: risk of dental cavities, poor daytime eating habits, or even obesity. Encourage healthy eating at meals by limiting snacks and liquid calories during the day. Make mealtime social and enjoyable while modeling good eating habits. And if you do give in, make sure to brush teeth before sleep!. ...Read more

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How do I keep from snacking when bored?

How do I keep from snacking when bored?

Physical activity: Wow, many people have this problem. Try to sever the connection with being bored and eating. Find a better substitute, preferably something involving physical activity. Take a walk outside or on a treadmill, go to a park, shoot some hoops. If that fails, read a book or even turn on the television. ...Read more

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What are some good clean eating snacks?

What are some good clean eating snacks?

Many things!: Cheese, nuts, veggies, hummus. Avoid processed crackers and sweet snacks. Berries, apples, and pears are good as well. ...Read more

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What are the best snacks to eat at bedtime?

What are the best snacks to eat at bedtime?

Freash fruits : Fresh fruits or vegetables, not in large amounts and proper hydration with clean water. It s the best snack i can think of. ...Read more