It turns out that people who have healthy sleep is caused by implementing a healthy diet. According to the researchers, there are four nutrients that can help make a better sleep. What is it?
Eat crappy, crappy sleep. That’s one message from a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, USA, recently. According to them, is a key nutrient that has been shown to play an important role in regulating sleep.
According to them, there are four recommended nutrients to aid better sleep quality, namely:
Lycopene or in English is called lycopene is a kind of carotene and carotenoid pigments found in citrus, tomatoes, papaya, and watermelon.
Selenium is a chemical element that has the symbol [Se] and is an essential mineral for human health. Selenium is found in tuna, cod, clams, and the wheat, and nuts.
Guava, kiwi, litchi, papaya, peppers, parsley, and broccoli are some foods that are rich in vitamin C.
According to a study of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating easily digestible carbohydrates like cereals, rice, potatoes, and white bread 4 hours before bed will make a person fall asleep faster.