Tips For Preventing Late-Night Snacking

Wandering aimlessly into the kitchen without knowing specifically what you want to munch on is a surefire way to reach for everything in sight from pretzels to cookies — and inhale hundreds of calories within minutes. Arm yourself with a list of snacks that are both satisfying and 150 calories or fewer. Decide what you want before walking into the kitchen. If desserts are your weakness, here are sweet treats under 150 calories. If you’re craving something salty, go for these low-cal snacks.

Measure and be done
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Once you decide what to eat, whether it’s popcorn or a bowl of cereal, measure out the appropriate serving, leave the kitchen, and sit down to enjoy it. Avoid eating straight out of the ice cream pint or while standing at the kitchen counter, because you’re more likely to keep going back for more (and more!).

Grab a bottle
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Fill a reusable water bottle or a glass with nature’s beverage, and sip a few ounces after each bite of snack. The water will help you feel full and satisfied without adding any calories.

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