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5 OF THE BEST; Ways to avoid late-night nibbles.

1EAT 1 EAT BREAKFAST: We know we sound like your parents, but honestly breakfast is very important and having a decent meal first thing will help you to avoid the night-time nibbles. Eating first thing is thought to stabilise your blood sugar and help you to regulate your appetite. Studies have found that people who ate whole-grain cereals gained the most benefits from breakfast.

BREAKFAST: We know we sound like your parents, but honestly breakfast is very important and having a decent meal first thing will help you to avoid the night-time nibbles. Eating first thing is thought to stabilise your blood sugar and help you to regulate your appetite. Studies have found that people who ate whole-grain cereals gained the most benefits from breakfast.

2 DON'T DRINK SO MUCH: Drinking can help you to relax, and going for a drink or two after work is a good way to socialise. However, drinking can also really interfere with your appetite and give you the night-time nibbles. After a few drinks you might not recognise that you are full and are more likely to reach for salty, fatty snacks.

2 DON'T DRINK SO MUCH: Drinking can help you to relax, and going for a drink or two after work is a good way to socialise. However, drinking can also really interfere with your appetite and give you the night-time nibbles. After a few drinks you might not recognise that you are full and are more likely to reach for salty, fatty snacks.

3DRINK 3 DRINK MORE WATER: Sometimes thirst is mistaken for hunger. Pour yourself a glass of water if you feel like reaching for another snack and you might find that after you've finished your glass you won't want to eat. Water also helps you to feel fuller, so if you do cave into your cravings after you've had some water you'll feel fuller more quickly than if you had not drunk anything.

water you'll feel fuller more quickly than if you had not drunk anything.

4DON'T 4 DON'T BUY SNACKS: The simplest way to stop eating so much at night is to stop buying those things you can't resist eating. Not buying tempting snacks will mean that if you really want something extra to eat, you have to go out of the house to get it. Normally this hassle is enough to perturb you if you are just eating for the sake of eating and you are not actually hungry.

BUY SNACKS: The simplest way to stop eating so much at night is to stop buying those things you can't resist eating. Not buying tempting snacks will mean that if you really want something extra to eat, you have to go out of the house to get it. Normally this hassle is enough to perturb you if you are just eating for the sake of eating and you are not actually hungry.

5GO 5 GO OUT MORE: If you normally stay at home then your overeating might be due to boredom. Most people tend to go to work and spend their entire days in the same place, then when they clock off they return home. Seeing just two places day in, day out is enough to make anyone overeat. Stimulate yourself and get out more - join a club or meet up with friends.

OUT MORE: If you normally stay at home then your overeating might be due to boredom. Most people tend to go to work and spend their entire days in the same place, then when they clock off they return home. Seeing just two places day in, day out is enough to make anyone overeat. Stimulate yourself and get out more - join a club or meet up with friends.

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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 6, 2014
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