Tart cherries and their juice are an excellent late-night snack since research indicate that they may help you sleep better.
Snacking on a banana dipped in almond butter may help boost your body's melatonin levels, promoting a restful night's sleep.
Kiwis are a low-calorie, high-nutritional-value food. Two peeled kiwis only have 93 calories.
At only 160 calories, a handful (1 ounce or 28 grams) of shelled pistachios contains the same amount of sleep-promoting melatonin as a dietary supplement.
A milk-based smoothie contains protein for muscle repair as well as tryptophan, which is used in the production of sleep-promoting brain chemicals.
Goji berries are an antioxidant-rich snack that may help you sleep better. A quarter cup (40 grammes) of these delectable dried berries contains just 150 calories.
The combination of protein from cheese and carbohydrates from crackers helps to maintain stable blood sugar levels and the synthesis of sleep-promoting brain chemicals.