The 4 Best Foods To Eat Before Bed [Part 5]

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The 4 Best Foods To Eat Before Bed

The 4 Best Foods To Eat Before Bed: Nighty Night

At this point, it should be increasingly clear that everything you eat after 7pm isn’t going to magically be attached your belly or your butt. As a matter of fact, you may be setting yourself up for failure by observing such a silly “rule.” What’s more, you should also realize that you can accelerate your body transformation progress by eating before bed and choosing the right foods. By selecting the right foods, you can optimize your fat-burning hormones, promote the recovery of your calorie-burning lean muscle mass, boost your metabolism, and increase your overall sense of satiety.

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Here’s a recap on the BEST foods to eat before bed:

» Slow-digesting proteins, like chicken, turkey, eggs, cottage cheese, and time-released, low-carbohydrate protein shakes
» Low-calorie, low-glycemic, high-fiber veggies
» Healthy fats

Remember, it’s as much about what you DON’T eat as what you DO eat.

The #1 Worst Carb Ever (don’t eat this)

At the link below, we’re going to let the cat out of the bag on what is undoubtedly the #1 WORST carb EVER, and how the money-hungry food industry is conspiring to sneak this nightmare carb into just about everything.

In the end, this extremely common carb wreaks havoc on your fat-storing hormones in a MAJOR way, and has even been shown to hamper memory, slow brain activity, and increase your risk of Alzheimer’s.

==> The #1 Worst Carb EVER (don’t eat this)

4 Best Foods Before Bed 11. The first rule of thumb is to avoid carbs, which result in a rapid increase in blood sugar and insulin that will blunt your fat-burning efforts and contribute to weight gain later in the day.
2. Choose time-released protein blends in favor of simple whey protein-only supplements, as the latter leads to a dramatic increase in insulin and does not provide the same long-standing nutrition as slower-digesting proteins overnight.
3. Most of all, don’t become a slave to some fairy tale myth. I promise, if you choose the right foods, when the clock strikes 7pm you won’t magically add belly fat — or, turn into a pumpkin.

You will also find the first part in the series where we discuss the 4 best foods to eat before bed here.