Keliot Posted June 17, 2020 Report Share Posted June 17, 2020 Hi, I've been on a lean diet/plan for many years and have maintained very lean/thin physique with same weight for many years with very little problems/challenges and only minimal insignificant hunger feelings occasionally during the day or related to exercise. That was my 20's and 30's. Now that I am entering my 40's I am noticing a lot of hunger at night, often problems going to sleep and waking up in the middle of the night hungry and ill at ease and unable to go to sleep. I don't ever wake up hungry in the morning, that is never a problem. (If I do manage to get back to sleep by the morning the hunger is gone but usually not able to go back to sleep). I've played around with the time of meals, number of meals, composition of meals, like have more fat/protein later before bed, carbs only in the morning, vice versa, nothing seems to help. Big meal before bed/small meal before bed? I am not advanced CR and have not been losing weight or exercising more, same 6'4" 185 lb's for many years. I am not deficient in anything and eat a well balanced combo of nutrients from every type. Any advice/suggestions? I HATE getting up of bed and having a meal in the middle of the night, it is disruptive for many reasons. Thanks for everyone's contribution, hope to get some new answers, not happy here. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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