Kitchen and refrigerator are places where our cravings are satisfied. Food is a vital part of human life. We get calories and burning those supplies us with energy. You can visit your kitchen during daytime for some 5-6 small chunks of meal, but it is better to stay away from the kitchen at night.

The reason is simple enough. Don’t eat late at night. Eating late at night may be a motivation to eat more and then skip breakfast early in the morning. We mostly have small chunks for lunch and now we are damn hungry. All these habits contribute to more weight gain.

Eat small, eat often

Carbohydrates are the major energy source for the body. They are converted into glucose for energy. If we eat bigger portions of meals all at once, our blood sugar level rise and our pancreas start releasing insulin to move that glucose to body cells.

More sugar level leads to more insulin production. This leads to low blood sugar level. The brain now signals the body to eat more and that can cause to eating more calories than needed.

What you should do

• Keep your calories counting regulated and in control

• Metabolism will stay regulated

• Research shows you will eat different things and, therefore, types of nutrients./AgroWeb.org