how to stop overeating And sure, it’s no easy task to change eating habits. The fact is, “our bodies become accustomed to overeating at night and having no appetite in the morning,” notes Pritikin’s Director of Nutrition Kimberly Gomer. “Sometimes it takes a major intervention, like coming to the Pritikin Longevity Center, to break these habits so that our bodies can break through to new lives.”
how to stop overeating at night Mornings at Pritikin are something to see,” smiles Dr. Arvon. “People who used to wake up fatigued and bloated from last night’s binges are now sailing into our breakfast buffet charged with energy, ready to exercise, hungry, and filling their plates with our delicious hot cereals and fresh fruit. They’re amazed at how good they feel, that they could in fact feel this good again.”
Don’t starve yourself at night.
You’ve likely heard people say (or you’ve told yourself): “I’m not going to eat anything after 6 p.m. because everything I eat after that turns to fat.”
But the notion that nighttime eating is more fattening than daytime eating, or that our metabolism slows down at night, is not based on good science.