In a perfect world, we wouldn’t eat right before bed. “This is inherently problematic,” explains Dr. Felicia Stoler, registered dietitian, nutritionist and exercise physiologist. “Late-night foods should not spend too much time in the stomach [because they can] potentially cause reflux.” If you absolutely *need* a snack, Stoler recommends having something balanced with protein, carbs and not too much fat to hold you over through the night. “Yogurt, milk (plain or flavored), cottage cheese and nut butters are examples of […]