When it comes to snacking within an hour or two of your bedtime, there's a few things to consider: First, research does link late-night calories to the potential for weight gain. One study found that eating right before turning in can make your snooze time more restless, and that sets you up for fatigue and bingeing the next day.
Good Foods - Low -Glycemic & Bad Foods - High -Glycemic
This table provides an outline of foods that are low versus high glycemic. Notice the amount of fruits and vegetables that are listed as “High Glycemic” Foods. Are these foods bad for you? No, food is your pharmacy.