A New Year means a new start! And like many of us, you'll be wanting to boost your health for the better.

So if you're looking to pick up good habits for 2015, you will definitely need to curb that bad habit of late night snacking. According to the New York Times, late night dinner and/or snacking is the culprit for many health problems that are avoidable.

Dr. Jamie Koufman, a physician practicing out of New York City says that pushing your meals past the proper cut-off time creates issues of acid reflux, indigestion, post nasal drip difficulty swallowing, chronic throat clearing, coughing and even asthma.