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The Best Time to Work Out If You Work a Night Shift
Working through the dead of night can wreak havoc on a person's diet. Many who work the night shift, also known as the "graveyard" shift, are thrown off of regular eating schedules because they no longer eat with family or friends where meals and mealtimes are fairly well-established. Snacks and fatty foods tend to become staples in the...
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Night Shift Diet | Livestrong.com
Many hospital staffers, factory workers, security guards and even white-collar employees are just starting their workdays when other people are going to bed. On the night shift, normal eating and sleep routines are disrupted. To avoid weight gain, digestive problems, insomnia and increased risk for disease, make sure your night shift diet minimizes...
Nutrition Tips for Night Shift Workers
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more Americans are working nights than ever before. Although some people seem to be able to adapt more easily to night shift work, humans are clearly diurnal animals, designed to be active when it’s light and to sleep when it’s dark. Inve
Working the night shift can take a toll on your physical health and well-being, causing disruptions in sleep, diet and exercise. Creating a strategy for proper nutrition, self-care and exercise will help you drop pounds and achieve a healthy weight. Consult with your physician before starting an exercise program.
9 Delicious Late-Night Snacks That Won't Undo a Day of Healthy Eating | Livestrong.com
16 Snacks That Are OK to Eat at Night | Eating past 8.p.m. has been known to get a bad rap. In reality the reason you may have gained, or not been able to lose, weight probably has more to do with what you are eating and how much you are eating, rather than the time of day when you are eating it. Eating at night, if done healthily, can offer some surprising benefits.