Food on the brain.

We all know that late night snacking can be murder on the waist line, but could it also be affecting your health? A new study out of BYU shows that late night eating can lead to insomnia as well as potentially serious digestive issues. The study also goes on to show that late night cravings are often more mental than biological, a result of boredom more than actual hunger. Fox correspondent Max King joins us with some tips on how to avoid falling into the late night snack trap.