Why Eating Late Isn't So Great | Dr. Will Bulsiewicz Live Q&A


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The science of midnight snacking and what happens when you go to bed with a full belly!

Dr. Will Bulsiewicz joins "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll to explain why even though you may love to eat late, the midnight munchies probably won't love you back. He will teach you about the problems it can cause from sleep to digestion to packing on pounds.

Chuck also opens The Doctor's Mailbag for Dr. B to answer questions sent in by viewers.

- Could the same snack cause you to gain weight if you eat it later at night instead of earlier in the day?

- Is it better to eat three times a day, frequent small meals, or have extended fasts?

- Why are doctors recommending colon cancer screenings for people five years younger than before?

- And many more!

Plus, Chuck reports on a new study of nearly 8,000 people that shows eating fruit may help prevent you from developing diabetes.

If you have a question you’d like to ask the experts on the show, tweet it to @ChuckCarrollWLC using #ExamRoomLive.

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