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Midnight Munchies?

Everyone knows you shouldn’t eat right before bedtime, but sometimes you need a little snack! If you eat dinner early, a nighttime snack can help stabilize your blood sugar levels when you sleep so that you don’t feel sluggish in the morning. Some low-calorie snacks may even help you sleep better. But the key is to make healthy choices with your midnight snacks so that you can maintain a healthy weight. It’s also a good idea to limit your snack to just one serving size. Here are some snack options that won’t pack on the pounds.

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