Embrace the hunger!
Late night snacking has been associated with weight gain and difficulty losing weight. The reason for this is that when you eat late at night, your body is less active, and your metabolism slows down as you prepare for sleep. This means that the calories you consume are more likely to be stored as fat, rather than being burned off as energy.
Additionally, late night snacking can be a result of emotional or mindless eating, rather than genuine hunger. This can lead to consuming more calories than you actually need, which can lead to weight gain over time.
Moreover, late night snacking is often associated with consuming high-calorie, high-fat, or sugary foods, which can also contribute to weight gain and poor health outcomes.
By stopping eating by 7:30pm you are not only creating self-discipline and control over your food consumption you are cutting out the junk food associated with late night meals and snacks.
We understand that stopping your food consumption at 7:30pm is likely one of the hardest tasks we ask you to do. We understand that life often gets in the way and things just happen. But if you truly want to change your life you have to make sacrifices that might seem "silly" or even "Extreme". Figure out if you're really tired of weighing what you do and how much you're willing to do to fix it. You are going to have to figure out a way to make this happen or guess what!?
Stop eating after 7:30pm.
Remember: Excuses sound best to the person that's saying them.
Many people who embark on a weight loss journey may feel that hunger is their worst enemy. However, hunger can actually be a helpful tool for weight loss if you learn to embrace it and use it to your advantage.
First, it's important to understand that feeling hungry is a normal sensation that our bodies experience. Hunger is our body's way of signaling that it needs fuel, and it's a necessary part of the natural cycle of eating and digestion.
When we are trying to lose weight, we need to create a calorie deficit by consuming fewer calories than we burn. This means that we will likely experience some degree of hunger at times. But instead of seeing hunger as a negative, we can choose to see it as a sign that our bodies are responding to our weight loss efforts.
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