- Yogurt and fruit makes for a great midnight snack
- Avoid having tea or coffee late at night
- Eat foods that are nutritious and filling to satisfy midnight cravings
With multiple off days and long weekend this week (thanks to Raksha Bandhan and Independence Day on August 15), we’re sure many of you are either holidaying or planning get-togethers and sleepovers with your friends and siblings. Midnight snacking cannot be avoided. And why must you… after all, the joy of every occasion is maximised with good food! But why compromise your health and weight loss goals amidst this celebration? Fret not as we are here with some expert recommended midnight snacks that you can munch on, guilt-free. Nutritionist Nmami Agarwal recently took to Instagram to share a couple of healthy midnight snack ideas. Here’s what she recommends..