From oatmeal, lettuce, carrots, milk to honey and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
1. Pineapple – 00:36
2. Oatmeal – 01:10
3. Cashews – 01:47
4. Avocados – 02:20
5. Lettuce – 02:47
6. Holy Basil – 03:11
7. Carrots – 03:57
8. Tart Cherries – 04:18
9. Raspberries – 04:47
10. Yogurt – 05:25
11. Peanut Butter and Toast – 06:09
12. Milk – 06:30
13. Fortified cereal – 06:54
14. Bananas – 07:20
15. Dark chocolate – 07:50
16. Chamomile Tea – 08:09
17. Honey – 08:28
18. Chicken Noodle Soup – 08:46
hormone in your blood. This compound doesn’t magically make you feel sleepy, but it can help reset your circadian rhythm. This is also known as your 24 hour sleep and wake cycle. An increased concentration of melatonin signals your body that it’s time for sleep when it actually is. Mix pineapple with cucumber and fresh lime for a bright salad, or even grill it for an after dinner treat.
Oatmeal: Oats contain more tryptophan per serving than turkey, the food famous for making you sleepy. This compound is converted to the feel-good and sleep-controlling hormone, serotonin. Not only that, but just one cup provides you with 60 milligrams of magnesium. If you have trouble quieting your brain at night, a lack of magnesium might be to blame. Optimal magnesium levels are needed for best sleep.
Cashews: Leafy greens are known for being high in magnesium, but cashews offer 89 milligrams in just a quarter cup serving. That’s about a small handful. Research shows supplementation may improve conditions for those suffering from insomnia, as magnesium helps you relax and reduce anxiety. It also may prevent early awakening.
Avocados: Avocados are high in magnesium, which is sometimes referred to as the sleep mineral. When you’re short on this essential mineral, you may find it difficult to fall and stay asleep. Adding magnesium-rich foods to your diet helps promote slow waves, or deep sleep. This is because magnesium is a natural relaxant that helps deactivate adrenaline. As a result, you wake up feeling more refreshed from a good night’s sleep.
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