Well. Is eating fruit bad? No. Is eating late at night bad? No. Is eating a medium sized bowl (not so sure here exactly what you mean by "medium sized"-- maybe a cup? two cups?) bad? No. In and of itself, I'd have to say No.
What you'd want to do is take a look at your Nutrition Tracker and see how your calories, carbs, fat, protein balanced out for the day. I love fruit but I have to be careful not to eat a ton of carbs (even if they're "healthy choices") and not enough protein and fat. If I hadn't eaten any fruits all day and was at the bottom of my carb range, and I wanted to sit down in the evening and eat 2 cups of watermelon or fresh strawberries... nothing wrong with that. If I've already eaten a lot of carbs for the day and I'm low on my percentage of protein, I'd be better off looking for a high protein snack. I actually sleep a little better if my late-night snack includes protein and some fat. Nuts, for example.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
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