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The Night Snacking Problem

  • “People around the world show remarkable similarity in their daily eating habits: meals start off healthy in the morning, but get progressively worse throughout the day – until by nightfall we're deep into junk food territory.”

    - National Public Radio (NPR)
  • "When you're tempted to dive face-first into a bag of chips could be tied to your body’s circadian rhythm: Cravings for sweet, salty, and starchy foods peak in the evening, when hunger levels are also at their highest, according to a new study in the journal Obesity."

    - Women's Health
  • "While sticking to any healthy eating plan takes work, many people report that they most often get tripped up in the evening hours, when they finish work or other daytime duties and loosen their belt."

    - Weight Watchers
  • “When you’re sleepy you’re more likely to succumb to eating unhealthy food.”

    - Time Magazine
  • "A new study from Oregon Health & Science University and Harvard University found that it’s your body’s internal clock, the circadian system, that may be causing late-night cravings for sweet, starchy and salty foods."

    - Prevention Magazine