Despite the fact that it’s not good for us, and may even affect our memory, we all do it. Post-dinner hours set in, and even though we may have had a decent dinner, we go to the kitchen for a snack. Whether you’re just still hungry, you have a craving for something sweet, or you just feel like having a snack because you’re watching TV and you’re feeling kind of bored, we’ve all been there.
Late-night snacking is going to happen, so it’s time to learn how to do it right. First things first, stay away from certain foods like super sugary treats, spicy dishes (put down the Sriracha) and caffeine. They can be harder to digest or just keep you up. Reach for small portions of low-calorie foods instead.
So, put down the pint of ice cream and listen up. We have some healthy ideas that are perfect for late-night snacking.