Gym Reb3l:Does Eating Late At Night Make You Gain Weight
Does Eating Late At Night Make You Gain Weight
Somehow the importance of breakfast was translated by many as, “Eating at night will make you fat.” That was perpetuated by many celebs claiming that once they dropped late night eating the pounds simply disappeared. [Somehow 6 pm and 7pm became the magic hour to end your late-night eating.]
While a life of early dinners and not late night carbs sounds about as enjoyable as a swift kick to the face. Fortunately for you, the fear of late night eating is misguided. Whether it’s real life examples of people that enjoy massive late meals or research from scientists all over the world. One thing is clear: when you have your meals does not directly influence making people fat.
Don’t misunderstand that message. If skipping breakfast causes you to binge the rest of the day, then breakfast is the right option for you. Or if more food at night sends you straight to your snack pantry, you want to be mindful of your late night eating. These are both behavioural triggers and dependent on your reactions to eating patterns. Just as you can be perfectly healthy and skip breakfast every day, you can also be lean, fit, and energised by having your biggest meal at night.
So to conclude, When it comes to weight gain or loss, it is not the time of day that makes the difference — it’s what you are consuming. And most people tend to veg out on high-calorie foods while unwinding in front of the TV after a long, stressful day
This I such a huge myth in the fitness industry and we hope todays video by Gym Reb3l, and Liverpool Personal Trainer Dave Mercer helps you to understand that it is not so much what time you eat but more about the quantity you eat
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