What I ate last night at a dinner party really disrupted my sleep. Here is the research that proves how important your food choices are when you want to get a good night’s sleep
Yesterday, I shared an infographic about how much sleep you need. If you are getting less than five hours of sleep you need to rethink your sleeping habits.
Why is sleep so important? According to the sleep foundation, if you do not get enough sleep, you disrupt the balance of your hormones that regulate hunger and appetite and put yourself at risk of gaining weight.
If you are having trouble sleeping, it may be the foods you are eating during the day. if you are following the Metabolic Balance. ® plan, then you are off to a good start in regards to food choices but, as you enter phase 4 and you are adding foods to your diet, you must pay attention to how those foods affect your sleep.
If sleep alludes you, the following foods which contain Tryptophan can help:
- Lobster (there are 195 different seafoods with Tryptophan)
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