In this post I’m going to telly you why you should snack in the evening. There is all kinds of controversy around this subject, many of us have heard for years we shouldn’t eat after dinner. In this short video we talk about increasing your metabolism, burning body fat, how to fight cravings and more. All in which are based around having a snack meal in the evening after dinner.
Let’s Start with Cravings
One of the main reasons we crave is because we’re hungry, our body is lacking some sort of nutrient. Unfortunately when we crave we look for sugary, fatty, highly processed foods, which is why most ‘experts’ say, don’t eat in the mornings at all, which only makes matters worse.
By having a clean snack meal, that is nutritious your body will crave less and you’ll be more easily able to avoid the pantry where very little healthy products hide.
Increasing Your Metabolism
There are some key ways to increase your metabolism. Some of those include, drinking green tea, eating spicy foods, increasing your water intake, resistance training exercises and so on. The most significant way to increase your metabolism is by eating small meals throughout the day. Not only does this help increase your metabolism but it gives you energy all day long as well.
Increase Your Energy
Most people complain about lack of energy at some point in the day. Many times this happens in the afternoon when you’re trying to get through the day. The other time lack of energy is so apparent is when you get home from a long day and don’t have any energy to do anything but sit on the couch and watch tv.
The very basics of nutrition is, our bodies burn fuel for energy, with lack food we lack energy. Which is another reason why we should snack in the evening.
Burning Body Fat
The best way to burn body fat is to increase our metabolism. If you want to turn your body into a fat burning machine take action towards the suggestions above on increasing your metabolism. This is where results lay. Not just in your workout, not just in your latest meal but in consistent persistence of increasing your metabolism all day long.