If you think eating before bed is a diet downfall, well, you might be right.
Some studies indicate we may not burn calories as quickly at night. But one thing is certain, if you eat late at night, chances are you’re adding excess calories to your daily diet. And that can add up to extra pounds. Plus, if you have pre-diabetes or diabetes, late night eating can cause blood sugar spikes.
You need to tailor your medication routine to your food intake and then stick with that plan.