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The Dangers of Eating Late at Night

Eating Late at Night

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  • Eating late at night, especially if you overeat and/or eat heavy foods, and then lay down shortly after, is a recipe for acid reflux
  • The single most important intervention to get rid of acid reflux is to eliminate late eating, according to one acid-reflux expert
  • Eating your dinner relatively early, prior to 7 p.m., also allows you plenty of time for intermittent fasting, which offers benefits for longevity and disease prevention

By Dr. Mercola

Do you eat dinner late at night and go to bed less than three hours later? Do you also suffer from unexplained post-nasal drip, cough, and difficulty swallowing? These could be signs of acid reflux, which, unbeknownst to many, can occur without the telltale signs of heartburn and indigestion.


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