Going to bed on either an empty or overfilled stomach may have a negative effect on your sleep.
The key is to find a nice balance between the two. Our warming before bed oatmeal is the perfect supper time snack - satisfying, nutritious and packed full of ingredients (oats, bananas and almonds) known for their sleep-inducing effects.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 0g serving|
|Energy ||139 kcal |
|133 kcal |
of which saturates
|5.1 g |
|4.9 g |
of which sugars
|16.1 g |
|15.4 g |
|Fibre||2.8 g ||2.7 g |
|Protein||5.7 g ||5.5 g |
|Salt||0.2 g ||0.2 g |
Packed full of complex carbohydrates and slow-releasing energy, keeping your hunger signals at bay. Oats also contain an amino acid called tryptophan which works to stimulate the sleep-promoting hormone melatonin.
Rich in both magnesium and potassium which help your muscles to relax. They also contain high amounts of vitamin B6 - a vitamin known to help your body to produce the 'feelgood' hormone, serotonin, and the 'sleep-inducing' hormone, melatonin.
Contain both tryptophan and magnesium - a combination perfect for helping you to relax and drift off to sleep.
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