By Robert J. Matthews
Lighter cheeses have a rich mouthfeel and are high in nutrients like calcium, magnesium, and protein.
They will quench your hunger without making you want to eat more like carb-based and sweet foods do.
When we're really hungry, we want to eat, not just to have something in our mouths.
If your stomach is empty late at night, the best thing to do is eat a healthy, filling snack that will keep you full for several hours.
Fruits have natural sugars, but they can also be high in carbs and shouldn't be eaten late at night.
Instead, try mixing low-sugar fruits like berries or passionfruit with plain natural or protein yogurt for a satisfying snack.
You can eat nuts and seeds late at night because they are high in good fats, protein, and several important micronutrients.
Popcorn is a whole-grain carbohydrate that has less than 100 calories per couple of cups and also has protein and dietary fiber.