10 Yummy Foods That You Are Allowed To Eat Before Bed

FOOD  |  August 02, 2016
  • 1. Peanut Butter On Whole Wheat Bread
    1 / 10 1. Peanut Butter On Whole Wheat Bread

    A tablespoon of natural peanut butter provides protein and some healthy fat. The carbohydrates from the piece of bread helps to release insulin, that sparks a reaction in your brain, making you sleepy.

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  • 2. Cottage Cheese
    2 / 10 2. Cottage Cheese

    Cottage cheese is a great source of protein that stimulates glucagon release, which increases blood sugar levels. Have it over graham crackers to make this a delicious night snack!

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  • 3. Pistachios
    3 / 10 3. Pistachios

    You’ll get healthy fat, protein and fibre out of these tasty nuts.

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  • 4. A Banana Smoothie
    4 / 10 4. A Banana Smoothie

    Get a dose of vitamin D and good old calcium, just by blending a banana with low-fat milk. Any form of sleep complications can be reduced. The magnesium and B6 that you get from this wonder drink can also soothe your body, helping you to relax just before bed.


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  • 5. Organic dark Chocolate
    5 / 10 5. Organic dark Chocolate

    Satisfy your sweet tooth with a few squares of organic dark chocolate (containing 70% cacao) while getting a good dose of antioxidants that will lower your blood pressure and improve blood vessel function. 

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  • 6. Cherries
    6 / 10 6. Cherries

    Cherries contain melotonin, a type of hormone that helps you fall asleep. Not to mention, they are low in calories and packed with antioxidants!

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  • 7. A Bowl Of Cereal
    7 / 10 7. A Bowl Of Cereal

    You can never go wrong with a bowl of whole grain cereal topped with low-fat milk.

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  • 8. Popcorn
    8 / 10 8. Popcorn

    You might only know popcorn as an unhealthy movie snack, often loaded with excessive amounts of sugar and salt. However its natural state is simply a light, airy whole grain on its own. Feel free to enjoy this snack lightly salted without any weight repercussions.

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  • 9. Greek Yogurt With Blueberries
    9 / 10 9. Greek Yogurt With Blueberries

    This snack is high in protein and packs more fibre into the following day.

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  • 10. A Cup Of Almond Milk
    10 / 10 10. A Cup Of Almond Milk

    Be amazed at how satisfying a cup of unsweetened almond milk can be, by heating it gently with cinnamon or any of your favourite spices. Low-cal and delicious!

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