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While the exact reason we sleep is still being researched, it is clear that sleep impacts nearly every system in our body. Our diet plays a key role in our body’s ability to sleep. Certain nutrients, like magnesium, potassium, Omega 3's, and tryptophan regulate various processes involved with sleep.
Incorporate some foods below that provide these key sleep nutrients into your diet and rest easy:
Looking for a bedtime snack? Early research has shown a protein + carb combo is ideal, because it provides a good mix of sleep supporting nutrients. Plus, the protein helps slow down the absorption of carbs, preventing a blood sugar slump that could cause our bodies to wake in the middle of the night.
Thanks to our Contributing Dietitian, Jenna Amos, RDN, for this post.
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