Late-night snacking may be more insidious than just a poor eating habit. If you're a person who is a slave to midnight munchies, then you must know about these potentially harmful effects of your habit.
Night owls usually suffer from weight gain issues; possible reasons for this could be too much caffeine, irregular eating hours and lack of exercise.
A new study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles proved how late night eating could cause damage to your brain.
Late-night snacking is your worst enemy. For starters, at night your metabolism is at its slowest so food does not digest as quickly or as efficiently as it should.
The researchers said they believed the study was the first involving humans that examined the associations between nightly fasting and cancer outcomes.