What you eat before getting to sleep cannot only affect the quality of your sleep but also improve your body’s ability to recover for future athletic performance.
1. Foods To Promote Better Sleep
If you’re having trouble getting the recommended 7–9 hours of sleep per night, consider focusing on improving the quality of your sleep instead. Carbohydrate consumption before bedtime has also been linked to better sleep.
- Milk with a handful of trail mix
- Pumpkin seed butter, and a small banana
- Cottage cheese, and whole-grain crackers