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6 Healthy Dinners for Better Sleep

Do you have night struggling to fall asleep and in the morning when you wake up feeling that you have not slept well? We recommend not to immediately seize natural remedies or medicines in this case, but first, look to try to add some foods to your evening meal which have relaxing properties.

6 Healthy Dinners for Better Sleep

In this article, we share some simple, delicious and healthy dishes for at supper that will help insomnia to combat natural and healthy way and to have a better night's sleep.

6 Healthy Dinners for Better Sleep

Lettuce soup 

6 Healthy Dinners for Better Sleep

Lettuce, a product that is often eaten as part of a healthy diet, has an important relaxing effect on the body. However, often people choose to save rather not have dinner as lettuce can cause indigestion when it is not properly chewed.

In order to take advantage of lettuce during avoid dinner and digestive problems, we suggest a somewhat unusual recipe: Make the soup the same way as you would with other green leafy vegetables, such as algae or spinach. To soup to give a creamy texture you can add some potatoes or oats too.

Another interesting tidbit is that you can also make infusions of lettuce you right before bedtime can drink.

Oat-pumpkin soup

In the above formula, we proposed already to add oats to your soup. This cereal is not only very nutritious but can also help to regulate your nervous system. Oats contain an ingredient called avenin which has narcotic properties. In addition, oat-rich in B vitamins, magnesium, and omega 3 fatty acids.

In this simple recipe, we recommend combining oats with pumpkin, a vegetable that will help the glucose in your blood to keep stable for several hours, which in turn contributes to a better night's sleep.

Stir fry out the pumpkin pieces along with a few other vegetables of your choice. Next, add the oatmeal to along with some water and let you cook for fifteen minutes.

Baked apple with cinnamon and walnuts 

6 Healthy Dinners for Better Sleep

The English saying goes, "an apple a day, keeps the doctor away''. The apple food is really super healthy. If you can not find a suitable time during the day to eat an apple, you can also make good evening meal this fruit. Other fruit you better not eat in the evening, as they just make it difficult to sleep through the acids and sugars they contain. Apple is a neutral and beneficial fruit for the liver and therefore you apples anytime meal of the day.

We recommend serving this traditional recipe with dinner:
  • Peel the apple (as the organic apple is you can leave the peel them) and dip it in some cinnamon. Cinnamon is a spice that can be digested and has a relaxing effect.
  • You can also find a bit of cane sugar or honey over its sprinkle.
  • Bake the apple then twenty minutes in the frying pan.
  • When the apple is soft, remove it from the pan and drizzle with you some chopped walnuts over or you serve it with some yogurt.

Salad of lettuce and goat cheese 

6 Healthy Dinners for Better Sleep

Lamb's lettuce is becoming increasingly popular and can be eaten in combination with or as an alternative to regular salad. Lamb is a very blood purifying and soothing vegetable with a mild spicy flavor, making your salad will also have a different taste.

This salad goes well with fresh goat cheese. Milk will make you faster and sleepy goat is easier to digest than cow's cheese.

You can also add a few pumpkin seeds to the salad. Pumpkin seeds are in fact rich in zinc, a mineral that stress decreases.

Wild asparagus and turkey

This is a delicious and easy recipe that, thanks to the content of tryptophan in both ingredients will ensure that you'll get a better night's sleep. Tryptophan is an amino acid that reduces stress and makes you relaxed and good humored.

Bake a few asparagus in a grill pan and wrap them in turkey, a light ingredient that is rich in proteins.

Fried bananas and cottage cheese

This evening meal is very relaxing, but we recommend just to eat this dish if you ask you are eating dinner or many moves as it is richer than the above dishes.

Bananas contain melatonin, tryptophan, and magnesium, three nutrients essential for a good night's sleep. In addition, quark is rich in calcium, proteins, and tryptophan.

Bake Banana twenty minutes in a frying pan and then add the cottage cheese. You can sweeten this dish with some honey to add.

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