How to sleep: The high protein foods you may need to avoid before bed


The charity adds: “Diet is also multifaceted. It isn’t just one food; instead, it is cumulative, affected by when, what, and how much we eat throughout a day and over weeks, months, and years.

“Individuals can have distinct reactions to different diets, making it hard to generalise about the perfect diet for everyone.

“Because of these factors, it’s hard to design research studies that provide conclusive answers about the optimal food for sleep.”

Indeed, it says: “Given the complexity of diet and sleep, for many people it may be more meaningful to focus on the big picture — healthy sleep and diet habits — rather than on individual foods and drinks.”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:



More like this

Liverpool plan to hijack 'agreed' Real Madrid transfer after Champions League final

Liverpool are ready to step up their efforts...

Harry Styles opens up on losing biopic movie role – 'It's better this way'

Former One Direction star Harry Styles recently attended...

What Man Utd players think about Harry Maguire being captain under Erik ten Hag

Manchester United players are reportedly ‘split’ over whether...