How to stop late-night snacking

April 2007
Cleo;Apr2007, p175
This article explores some strategies for stopping late-night snacking. The reality is, a lot of night-time snacking has nothing to do with hunger. It is most often habit. One should be eating every three hours or so--but not in the two or three hours before you go to bed. First, if one wants to eat snacks, then have a healthy option. Diet jelly with strawberries or blueberries is delicious. Then get busy blogging, knitting, or even doing sit-ups.


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