[vc_row][vc_column][ts-heading h2=”Pre-Bedtime Snacks to Help You Sleep Better” h4=”Helpful tips to get to sleep and stay asleep” reverse_heading=””]We’ve all heard how important getting 8 hours of sleep is for our health. When we sleep, our brain signals our body to release hormones and compounds that help boost our immune systems, improve cognitive abilities and decrease risks of adverse health conditions. Everyone knows that late-night snacking can pack on the pounds, but it can be challenging to get a good night’s sleep when you are feeling a little hungry. Those low-calorie pre-bedtime snacks will not only settle your nighttime cravings but may help to promote more restful sleep.[/ts-heading][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1557943928963{margin-top: -100px !important;}”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_single_image image=”7934″ img_size=”full”][ts-heading h2=”Banana” reverse_heading=””]1.  A Banana. Bananas are full of magnesium and potassium which many people think of as natural muscle relaxants. A banana contains just over 100 calories and less than half a gram of fat.[/ts-heading][vc_single_image image=”7945″ img_size=”full”][ts-heading h2=”Turkey”]2.  Turkey.  Who hasn’t felt sleepy after a Thanksgiving dinner, and no, it isn’t because of overeating. It is due to the high levels of naturally occurring tryptophan in turkey. A 1 oz slice of turkey has 54 calories and just over 2 grams of fat but provides almost a fifth of your daily recommended protein.[/ts-heading][vc_single_image image=”7947″ img_size=”full”][ts-heading h2=”Almonds” reverse_heading=””]3.  Almonds. A handful of almonds is an excellent source of fiber and nutrients like manganese and riboflavin. Almonds also contain melatonin that some studies show can help to promote deeper sleep. Stay away from the salted variety and avoid eating almonds every night because one ounce has 164 calories and 14 grams of fat.[/ts-heading][vc_single_image image=”7948″ img_size=”full”][ts-heading h2=”Kiwi Fruit”]4.  Kiwi.  The sweet and tart flavor of kiwi is a favorite, but who knew it was so healthy? At only 50 calories per fruit, you get over 100 percent of your Vitamin C daily recommendation. One sleep study showed people who ate two kiwi fruits before bedtime fell asleep faster and slept throughout the night.[/ts-heading][vc_single_image image=”7949″ img_size=”full”][ts-heading h2=”Milk”]5.  A Glass of Warm Milk.  This old standby actually works. Milk has both tryptophan and melatonin. It is also a good source of calcium. At just over 100 calories per serving and zero fat per cup, milk is a good option to help you catch some z’s.


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