Late night snacks for a healthier bedtime.

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Let’s face it, most Late night snacks are just as much about cravings as they are hunger. Which makes striking the balance between hitting the spot and avoiding sleep-disrupting snacks menu tricky.

While eating before bed may not be an issue for everyone. Those with digestive issues, such as reflux, or who are trying to manage their weight. UFABET It’s best to stick to lighter options when eating Late night snacks.

1. Instant frozen berry yogurt

Bowl filled with frozen berry yogurt

We get late night sugar cravings, but sugar releases energy into the body which can keep us awake longer. This naturally sweetened instant frozen berry yogurt could be the solution. The combination of fibre from the berries and protein in the yogurt help to slow down the release of sugar, preventing an energy spike. Yogurt also provides calcium which studies have linked to better sleep, as it is required to produce melatonin, the body’s sleep hormone.

2. Quick banana ice cream.

Why not try this creamy banana ice cream for your next movie night? Not only do the banana and milk provide tryptophan to support the body’s production of its sleep hormone, but without additional sugar and fat, it’s a much healthier ice cream option.

3. Almond butter

Almonds not only provides melatonin to support sleep, but are rich in healthy fats, vitamin E and magnesium. If you’re struggling with sleep, eat plenty of magnesium-rich foods. This mineral not only helps to convert the amino acid tryptophan into the body’s sleep hormone. But also helps it to release GABA – a neurotransmitter that contributes to calming your nervous system.