Co-owning an online fitness guide, we always have people contacting us about food, eating habits, and being healthy.
One of the main topics we are constantly helping people tackle is, ‘how do I stop bingeing on unhealthy treats after dinner?’.
After transforming 40,000 bodies worldwide, we’ve noticed a trend where people start their health and fitness journey the same way… they eat healthy during the day but when the clock strikes 8pm their stomach suddenly has a mind of its own.
You know, those ‘after dinner treats’ where you end up eating every biscuit, packet of chips, chocolate, flavoured drink, and all the other salty/sweet goods you can get your hands on.
‘But I just can’t control it, I just can’t help it”…
Baffled by portion control? Us too, so we made this video to simplify thing. Post continues after video.
Overindulging can be a common problem for people who are new to health, and it can be a frustrating bad habit to kick.
Most people don’t understand why they can’t stop snacking and as a result, give up on their healthy eating plans before reaching their goals.
At FitazFK we have one rule, one four letter word, that we use to stop these late night binge sessions in their tracks. And it’s not D-I-E-T.
As late night sugar cravings are often a result of you creating peaks and troughs in your blood sugar level throughout the day by poor eating habits, the four letter word is P-L-A-N.
When it comes to ditching the over eating it’s all in the setup – or more importantly not setting yourself up for failure.
It’s really that simple. There is this misconception that healthy eating is hard, but your late night snacks can be avoided if you are prepared, organised, and think ahead.
‘But I don’t know how to plan my food to avoid this’…
Don’t stress! We’ve broken down how to say bye to the binge with these five easy planned steps:
1. Plan your meals
We’ve put this as step one because this is what is going to make you or break you.
The reason why our clients never feel the need to over indulge is because we supply them with a meal plan that helps them maintain a consistent energy level.