"Calories should be processed the same regardless of mealtime. Yet, late-night eaters often eat more calorie-dense meals or eat because they're bored "he says.
Expect a habit #1 exception. Pre-bedtime snacks should contain casein protein, such dairy.
"If you time your activity right (such as a late afternoon workout or an evening walk), you will continue to burn extra calories into your sleep period," he says.
But alcohol disturbs sleep, so if you drink a lot before bed, you might not feel well-rested in the morning.
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Dr. Bohl says that sleeping in a colder atmosphere can help burn more calories overnight.
Dr. Bohl says all screens—phone, laptop, and TV—emit blue light that might disrupt your circadian rhythm, or "normal sleep/wake cycle."
Dr. Bohl suggests "going to bed and waking up around the same time each day" to maintain your circadian rhythm and get enough restorative sleep.