Alethia Posted August 28, 2012 Share Posted August 28, 2012 Hello! I'm on day 5 of my first Whole30 and feeling awesome! My question is basically: how important is not eating right before bed? A little background: I start my first semester of graduate school next week and I can't wait! Unfortunately, my schedule is going to have to change quite drastically. I have classes/study periods from until 5:30 in the afternoon with a break for lunch. This is where it gets tricky. After my last class ends, I have a 25 minute commute to work, where I'll be from 6-9 without a break. So my plan for now is to eat dinner the minute I get home around 9:30 and be in bed within 45 minutes of that (I workout early in the morning, around 6). I can't see a way around eating right before bed. I could stay up later, but then I wouldn't be getting enough sleep. I can't push my workouts to later in the day because there's honestly not time. If I can squeeze a 15 minute break in at work, I'll do my best Hoover impression and just eat what I can, but I don't know that I'll be able to do that. So what say you, Whole30 community/mods? Is eating so close to bed a bad idea? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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