Why late-night snacking is bad for you

06/22/2012 | PsychologyToday.com

A study suggests eating dinner early in the evening and avoiding late-night snacks can improve your health and sleep patterns. "Most of us have a short fasting period, i.e. we stop eating only we’re sleeping; and a long feeding window, i.e. we eat all day long. This feeding pattern is very unhealthy," writes Gary Wenk, a professor at Ohio State University.

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