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Datum: 30. MAR 24 - GOOD TO KNOW
Things you can eat at night that won't make you gain weight
There are foods that satisfy you, are healthy, improve sleep, and don't cause weight gain ...
The most fattening foods are those consumed after the sun sets. At that time, the body switches to a nighttime mode of operation, digestion slows down, the hustle and bustle around you calms down... It would be right to eat lightly then, but the fast pace of life forces us into hearty dinners, late-night snacks, munching in front of the TV, industrially processed foods loaded with sugar... Sure, none of these are vital, but nobody has such strong willpower to stick to them.

So it's good to know some foods that you can eat in the evening and at night without worry of gaining weight. Somewhere it was even said that you can consume 5000 calories and it won't show.

1. Oatmeal
The carbohydrates in oatmeal belong to the good kind, so oatmeal isn't as fattening as one might expect. Additionally, oats have a lot of serotonin, which calms the brain and nerves. Just a small portion of oatmeal with milk brings a more peaceful sleep.

2. Cherry Juice
In 2011, a thorough analysis of cherry juices was conducted in Great Britain. They were primarily interested in the quality of the fruits. They didn't find any significant differences, but cherry juices have a lot of melatonin, which is also beneficial for sleep.

3. Warm Milk
A glass of warm milk has always been good for a more peaceful sleep. Milk contains the amino acid tryptophan, which has a calming and beneficial effect on sleep. This applies to milk of animal origin.

4. Nuts
Nuts are known for their high magnesium content, which calms the brain and indirectly improves sleep quality. Among the most effective are walnuts, hazelnuts, and unsalted peanuts.

5. Low-Calorie Cheeses
Calcium has similar effects to magnesium - it improves sleep. Some nutritionists even advise consuming 50 grams of cheese every day, possibly with crackers ...
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