Six Foods for a Good Night’s Sleep

Some good advice and good foods here!

No Sugar Revolution

The Royal Society of Public Health in the UK undertook a study of 2000 people and revealed that on average the UK adult sleeps for 6.8 hours a night but this falls short of the optimum amount of sleep by 50 minutes. This can lead to a negative impact on health and well-being. Losing just 50 minutes sleep each night means that we lose the equivalent of one whole night’s sleep every week!

There are many contributory factors which disrupt our sleep but nutrition plays an important role and is a natural way to help regulate sleep. There are some foods which contain essential nutrients and minerals to help achieve optimum sleep if eaten regularly.

Almonds – 80% of us are lacking magnesium in our diet which helps achieve good quality sleep and almonds provide a rich source of this, one of the most powerful ‘relaxation’ minerals.

Avocados – containing high quality fats…

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