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Is It OK to Eat Carbs & Calories At Night?

From the Show: Staying Well
Summary: The key to shedding pounds, as well as banishing bloat and cravings, may lie in the types of carbs you eat, and when you eat them.
Air Date: 9/20/12
Duration: 10 Minutes
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Dr. Natasha Turner, ND
natasha-turnerDr. Natasha Turner is a leading naturopathic doctor and founder of Clear Medicine, a Canadian-based wellness clinic that provides integrated health care. She is also the author of two international bestselling books, The Hormone Diet and The Supercharged Hormone Diet.

Her new book, The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite, Banish Belly Fat, suggests you may have to eat right for your carb type. You've heard of "good" carbs and "bad" carbs- but what you may not realize is that even some good carbs may not be good for suggests you may have to eat right for your carb type. You've heard of "good" carbs and "bad" carbs- but what you may not realize is that even some good carbs may not be good for you.
  • Book Title: The Carb Sensitivity Program: Discover Which Carbs Will Curb Your Cravings, Control Your Appetite, Banish Belly Fat
Is It OK to Eat Carbs & Calories At Night?
You've probably heard that you should eat your higher caloric meals for breakfast and lunch. The reasoning behind this seems pretty logical - by having the majority of your calories earlier in the day, you'll have more hours available to burn them off.

Dr. Natasha Turner, ND has a different approach, she reveals why it is no longer taboo to eat carbs and calories at night. She explains how choosing the right carbs and avoiding the wrong ones, can make or break a weight-loss effort.