Certainly, it doesn’t appear that our bodies are designed to function at their best for the around-the-clock food culture we’re living in. In my experience, it’s good practice to give your body a chance to digest before bedtime by finishing your last meal or snack a few hours before you turn in. If your system is busy digesting late at night, it can disrupt the body processes that happen as we sleep, which may cause hormone disturbances and other imbalances that promote overeating and weight gain. Since your body needs about 10-12 hours to recalibrate, allowing it the time it needs is a smart call.

Turmeric (also known as curcuma longa root) is one of the most researched herbs on the planet - and for good reason. Besides it’s broad use for a healthy inflammation response, this incredible root is also a potent antioxidant that aids in brain health, heart health, and the overall cellular health of your entire body. From its ancient beginnings as an Aryuvedic spice and dye in India, it has since made its way into several cultures worldwide and used in herbal tradition for a variety of health purposes. 
Diet is #2. You must fix your diet or you’ll never lose your belly fat. Eat at no more than an average daily 25% deficit to your TDEE. If you are lean, you may want to use a 20% deficit; if you are overweight, you can use a higher deficit. I use the Fat Secret app to track my macros (because My Fitness Pal was always “updating” ever time I started the app). I can eat anything I want if I log it and it fits my caloric goal; this approach to flexible dieting is known as the IIFYM diet. I used to use My Fitness Pal but it was so annoying since it “updates” every time you bring up the app so I ditched it for Fat Secret which I’m very happy with. I also weigh all my food on a food scale. If you are serious about losing weight, you have only two choices: 1) stick to pre-calculated meals or 2) log your calories. If you under eat (like a 50% deficit) you will burn muscle and store fat. If you don’t restrict enough, you will not lose weight. So there is a very narrow range for losing fat. That’s why you need to track. My TDEE is 2500 calories so I shoot for 2000 calories/day for no longer than 2 weeks. Then I’m back at 2500 for the next 2 weeks. The two week on/off has been shown to be superior to a fixed deficit.
Like many supplements that are commonly used for weight loss, there are many disreputable companies selling what they claim to be forskolin extract that are dangerous and contain unnamed ingredients. If you buy forskolin, I recommend pure forskolin. For safety reasons, it’s important to only purchase supplements from trusted companies, follow dosing instructions carefully and take these supplements under the supervision of your doctor.
I find that weight loss supplements miss the entire point of nutrition. If you tell people that the way to cut fat is by popping a pill then this will only cure the symptom and not the problem. Surely, if you can just take a weight loss supplement then you will neglect to change your diet and lifestyle. The way to cut fat is to eat lots of fruit and vegetables, cut down on processed food and exercise. Anything else is lazy. Of course if you do all these things and still can’t lose weight then you need to see a doctor, not spend money on ‘miracle cures.’
It’s been found to be more effective than cromoglicic acid in at least one study testing forskolin’s ability to prevent asthma attacks, as participants taking it experienced about half of the asthma attacks as those taking cromoglicic acid. (9) Another experiment comparing forskolin to beclomethasone, a common steroidal inhaler treatment for asthma, found “no statistically significant difference between the forskolin and beclomethasone treatment groups,” indicating this may be a natural and relatively safe treatment option for asthma sufferers. (10)
Phytochemical components of turmeric include diarylheptanoids, a class including numerous curcuminoids, such as curcumin, demethoxycurcumin, and bisdemethoxycurcumin.[7] Curcumin constitutes up to 3.14% of assayed commercial samples of turmeric powder (the average was 1.51%); curry powder contains much less (an average of 0.29%).[18] Some 34 essential oils are present in turmeric, among which turmerone, germacrone, atlantone, and zingiberene are major constituents.[19][20][21]
Poison control centers see teenagers get into trouble trying it out; in addition to an uncomfortable high, they suffer abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, an unsteady heart rate and and severe confusion. Dr. Leon Gussow wrote in Emergency Medicine News that "Many individuals who take nutmeg once as an available, inexpensive high vow never to do it again."
The notion that abdominal obesity is the most dangerous kind isn't new. Back in the 1940s, the French physician Jean Vague observed that some obese patients had normal blood chemistry, while some moderately overweight patients showed serious abnormalities that predisposed them to heart disease or diabetes. Almost always, the latter patients carried their fat around their middles. And, almost always, they were men.
Unintentional weight loss can occur because of an inadequately nutritious diet relative to a person's energy needs (generally called malnutrition). Disease processes, changes in metabolism, hormonal changes, medications or other treatments, disease- or treatment-related dietary changes, or reduced appetite associated with a disease or treatment can also cause unintentional weight loss.[25][26][27][31][32][33] Poor nutrient utilization can lead to weight loss, and can be caused by fistulae in the gastrointestinal tract, diarrhea, drug-nutrient interaction, enzyme depletion and muscle atrophy.[27]