When you’re dieting, you may start the day with good intentions, only to have your willpower trail off during the night. But there are actually certain nightly habits that can keep you on track with your weight loss and health goals.
Fox News spoke to Sheah Rarback, a registered dietitian at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and dietitian Jennifer Christman, a clinical nutrition manager at Medifast, for their tips on the best nightly habits for weight loss:
1. Eat a well-balanced meal for dinner.
If you have a well-balanced meal full of carbs, protein, and fat, you’ll feel full longer and won’t go to bed hungry, Christman told Fox News. And high-quality lean protein, such as fish, chicken, chickpeas or lentils, can help boost your metabolism and stimulate muscle growth and repair, she said, so you can keep burning…
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