Can't Sleep? Eat These Foods

Lindsey Metrus
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We're told time and time again to stop eating at a certain point in the evening for weight-loss purposes, but what if that little snack actually better prepared you for bedtime? Jason Wrobel, raw vegan chef and author of the newly released cookbook Eaternity ($20), has found that certain foods with components like potassium, magnesium, calcium, and, of course, tryptophan, can help you catch some Zs in no time. Well & Good recently outlined these slumber-inducing foods to help you get a better night's sleep tonight and each night thereafter.

Keep scrolling to find out which foods will put your insomnia to bed—literally.

To read the rest of Wrobel's sleep-inducing foods, pick up a copy of Eaternity ($20), and report back to us on how well they worked for you!

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