Midnight Rumbling Stomach? Experts Suggest Consumption of These 5 Foods

Suara.com – Feeling rumbling at night is certainly a difficult thing. If you want to eat, you are afraid of getting fat, but if you don’t eat, you will be hungry In this regard, nutritionist from Mumbai’s Wockhardt Hospital, Amreen Shaikh shares tips on how to consume a suitable intake at night.

Launch from Healthshots, Shaikh explains that eating fewer calories during the day leads to cravings for snacking in the middle of the night. Instead, he suggests that one should eat a healthy, balanced diet throughout the day to help prevent cravings after dinner.

“Don’t starve all day long, instead of starving yourself then eat a healthy meal or snack. Drink a cup of green tea or green coffee, fruit or a small bowl of fruit salad in the afternoon or evening, “said Shaikh.

According to the Shaykh’s recommendation, here are some snacks that you can consume when you are hungry at night, including:

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1. Fruits

Fruit is still good for consumption at any time because there is no artificial sugar. Fruit is also great for your digestive system.

2. Yogurt

It should be noted that the yogurt in question is yogurt without sugar and flavor. You can add a few slices of juicy fruit to yogurt.

3. Nuts

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Soaked beans are also good to eat even at night.

4. Milk

Consumption of milk without sugar can also be an intake option that makes you full at night.

A woman drinks milk. [shutterstock]
A woman drinks milk. [shutterstock]

5. Fresh fruit smoothie

Delicious and fresh, smoothies can be a great alternative for you at night. “I recommend that you include fruits that have natural sugars so they don’t need to be sweetened (in smoothies),” suggests Shaikh.

“While a good time to eat a healthy snack is in between your main dinner times (before 8 p.m.), if you’re still feeling hungry, those choices should help you,” says Shaikh.


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