Monday, November 28, 2016

4 Food That You Should & Shouldn't Eat Before Going To Bed!

     Your dreams should be sweet but your before-bed diet shouldn't. Regardless of whether you're focused on maximum fat loss and getting ripped or trying to pack on pounds of lean muscle mass, certain foods should always be avoided after 9 p.m. Remember, you're about to embark upon an eight-hour fasting otherwise known as sleep.      Repeat these mistakes habitually, and while you may dream of having an amazing physique, what's happening inside your metabolic systems is more like a nightmare. It's okay to have a late-night snack before bed as long as you choose the right foods that you'll eat or snack on.

Foods to avoid before going to bed:




1. Chocolate

     Chocolate isn't just high in sugar and fat content it also contains caffeine. If you're sensitive to this stimulant, chocolate could rob you of the precious sleep that you needed to allow your body to recover maximum from your hard workout sessions or recover from your busy work that day.

2. Chicken

     Chicken contains protein which is helpful to your body, but not in bedtime. The large quantity of protein in poultry can decelerate your digestive function by as much as 50%. Eating chicken before going to bed will keep your body spending so much time to digest your meal.

3. Spicy food

     Chili is spicy and may end up causing heartburn while you're sleeping. Avoid eating spicy food at night, its good during the day but it's not before going to bed, because it could leave you lying awake in your bed staring into the ceiling all night long.

4. Cheeseburger

     Fast food cheeseburger is far from a healthy meal and it can also affect your sleep. Excess fat stimulates the production of gastric acid, which can cause acid reflux. If you don't want to experience waking up in the middle of the night because of acid reflux, skip the cheeseburger for supper or dinner.

Foods to consume before bed:


1. Milk

     Milk contains amino acid tryptophan, a precursor to your brain chemical serotonin which can help you to go sleep.
2. Cherries

     Cherries are one of the few natural foods to contain melatonin, the chemical that helps control our body's internal clock. Consuming cherry can also help people who are experiencing insomnia.

3. Bananas

     It contains magnesium and calcium that relax and repair your muscles. Consume this before going to bed to ensure a peaceful beauty rest.

4. Turkey

     Turkey contain trytophan, which can regulates the product quality and tempo of your rest. try to eat turkey before going to bed and you will drift faster.



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