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Could what we eat improve our sleep?

According to data from the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, short sleepers (generally defined as less than 7 hours/night) consume various foods with lower carbohydrate, protein, and fiber than normal sleepers (7-8 hours of sleep/night). All of this shows that food plays a vital role in better sleep.

In the article: Begging For Better Sleep? Change Food To Help You Sleep Better; you will find a list of foods to help you get a full night’s sleep.

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