Definitely grapes. Or some greek yogurt and peaches. You wouldn’t know it, but Greek yogurt is extremely filling, healthy, low-fat if you buy the right kind, and will keep you full until breakfast.posted over 4 years ago
When I get home late, I usually opt for an orange. Oranges are light and full of citrus goodness.posted over 4 years ago
Had some yogurt with a handful of chocoltae cheerios mixed in :) It was tasty! lol I just found out apples have caffeine!posted over 4 years ago
I’m late on this, but definitely crackers & peanut butter are great! And it fills you up quick.posted about 4 years ago
I always take a spoon full of peanut butter but try celery and peanut butter it might sound weird but it is good! Also Apples and peanut butter is good!Peanut butter and bananas is also great!posted almost 4 years ago
@ginanicolette – i love celery with peanut butter!
Peanut butter is very filling try different combos with itposted almost 4 years ago
I usually eat popcorn late at night-it’s not too filling so you can still go to bed. Either that or whatever fruit I have lying around.posted almost 4 years ago
Essentially what you eat should optimize two aspects: healthy eating and promotion of sleep. The stimulation to sleep is derived from the presence of Tryptophan in the food (the same chemical that makes you sleepy after that yummy Thanksgiving turkey).
Here is an article that illustrates 10 healthy snacks to that will also help stimulate you to go to sleep:posted almost 4 years ago
thanks geek le chic :) I am no longer working nights, but I still stay up fairly late and this is helpful.posted almost 4 years ago
Try making a fruit smoothie with just ice, orange juice, and fruit of your choice. I usually make one for breakfast and it’s a great/ healthy snack that keeps you feeling good and full(:posted almost 4 years ago