Recently, the belief has become widespread that the time of eating does not matter, only the total number of calories consumed per day is important. But do not forget that the food eaten during the day is not digested by the body in the same way as nighttime snacks.
Calories that enter the body at night, as a rule,. This is worth thinking about for those who postpone the main meal for the evening, and for those who work the night shift. After a hearty meal, a person is drawn to sleep. But sleeping on a full stomach is a bad habit. Sleep will be heavy, and in the morning you will feel lethargic and overwhelmed. This is because the body is working at night on digested food.
Ayurveda and Chinese medicine talk about what happens late in the evening and early in the morning. This is not the right time to stress your organs. The energy needed for self-healing is spent on the digestion of food.
Research by Dr. Louis J. Arrone, director of the weight management program at Weill Cornell Medical Center, has shown that people eat far more at the evening meal than at lunchtime. In addition, a link has been found between a heavy meal and an increase in triglyceride levels, which results in diabetes, metabolic syndrome and excess weight.
High triglyceride levels make the body think that. A large late meal informs the organs that a shortage of food is expected in the near future.
Some people are able to eat healthy food all day long, but at night they lose control and gobble up fatty or sweet foods. Why is this happening? Do not forget about the emotional component. Fatigue accumulated during the day, stress, emotional discomfort make us open the refrigerator again and again.
To avoid nighttime overeating and improve sleep, calm evening walks, baths with essential oils, a minimum of light and electronic gadgets before bedtime are recommended. Be sure to keep healthy goodies on hand – fruits, nuts, if food cravings are especially strong in the evening. And then the nightmares on a full stomach will be a thing of the past.