Eating at night can be a terrible habit, especially before bedtime. Many side-effects can occur because of it as one gets older. This includes acid reflux, which can in turn become a Gall Bladder issue in the future requiring surgery.
For one to overcome eating much in the evening hours, one will need much discipline; however, I’m confident that you will become the best you want to be in order to achieve your goals.
If one scoop of ice cream during Game of Thrones quickly turns into an entire carton, you’re not alone. Nighttime snacking is a common occurrence — maybe even an American pastime — and you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t creep back into the kitchen for a bite every now and then. But for some people, this seemingly innocuous habit tends to lead to over consumption and weight gain. But recent research published in the journal Brain Imaging and Behavior is shedding light on why we often succumb to nighttime binge eating
But recent research published in the journal Brain Imaging and Behavior is shedding light on why we often succumb to nighttime binge eating — and it turns out your brain may be to blame. According to the study, certain areas of the brain don’t experience the same “food high” in the evening as they do during other times of the day — inevitably leading people to eat too much.
When presented with images of foods, particularly high-fat options, the brain showed spikes in activity most of the time. However, participants showed a lower neural response in the evening. Plus, they reported being more preoccupied with food at night even when their level of satiety was similar to other times of the day.
I found the article here http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/daily-checkup/nighttime-snacker-blame-your-brain/