Everyone’s schedules will be different, and the body can get hungry at different times of the day depending on your activity, stress, sleep, etc. The issue isn’t around the timing of meals and snacks, but rather the CHOICES you make at those times. After dinner, we often find ourselves grabbing the quick and easy snack, usually in large portions — maybe chocolate, cookies, or chips. This is usually the trouble, NOT the actual time of eating. If you’re feeling hungry, it’s important to listen to your body and feed it. Just so with a healthier choice, like berries and some greek yogurt, or a slice of whole grain toast with peanut butter.