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We’ve all been there where our days have been so busy that we suddenly stop and realise we haven’t eaten yet, or we’ve eaten so little all day that we get those night-time hunger pangs.
We’ve also probably heard that it’s not good to eat too late in the evening or close to bedtime but never really understood the reason for this. Here, nutritionist Laurann O’Reilly and owner of Nutrition by Laurann, explains why we need to avoid night-time eating, the effects it has on our bodies and ways to curb those late night food cravings.
A farmer’s daughter from Tipperary, Laurann has always had an appreciation for food, nutrition and health promotion.
Laurann has an honours BSc. Degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Nottingham and a Masters in Public Health Nutrition from University College Dublin. She is also an Associate Nutritionist with the Nutrition Society London.
With a passion for nutrition and experience working in Ireland and the UK, Laurann uses her knowledge and skills to help people achieve optimum health and assists in the prevention and treatment of nutritional related problems through means of nutritional consultation, personalised diet plans, health promotion and education.
Laurann has an Honours BSc. Degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Nottingham, a Masters in Public Health Nutrition from University College Dublin, is an Associate Nutritionist with the Nutrition Society London, a professional member of the Celiac Society Ireland, is registered with the Institute of Public Health Ireland and fully insured.