Is it physical, or non-physical? Let’s take a closer look at what this means, as it is important to recognize the difference of being hungry in the evening and having a craving at night:

Stomach hunger is physical hunger. It can be detected by physical symptoms such as stomach tightening/grumbling, difficulty concentrating, and so on.

Brain hunger, the non-physical hunger – also known as a craving, usually hits when you are seeking a distraction and leads to wanting only particular foods (i.e., salty chips, sugary cookies, etc.).

So if modest evening indulgences are so harmless, why the bad rep? The problem isn’t eating late at night, it’s why you are eating late at night.

We often turn to food at night because of

wanting to reward ourselves at the end of a long day, etc.

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