In This Episode We’ll Cover:
- Why blanket meal timing recommendations are not helpful
- How to identify potential causes for nighttime hunger
- The importance of balanced meals and breakfast in all of this
- Nighttime meal ideas that are gentle on the stomach
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I just found your podcast. I do get hungry at bedtime. I thought it was not good so try avoiding eating a snack. I have a sugar issue that my morning blood sugar is much higher than normal numbers. But by lunchtime it comes down to 100 without medication. For the past 20 months I am trying to maintain good dietary habits (vegetarian), lost 10 lbs (now 113 lb), and staying active. A1C is 6.0.
Good to hear that other women also get hungry for various reasons. Thanks for a nice podcast.