Snacks that help with sleep and study

Just as your phone needs a charger, your brain needs FOOD! 

Healthy food helps keep you on track, while unhealthy food makes your brain slow down, and you can sometimes lose track of stuff. We require important nutrients such as protein, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and healthy fats every day.  Protein helps your body repair cells and make new ones. Fruit and vegetables help to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, it can also prevent some types of cancer.  

 Amazingly, there are certain foods rich in nutrients and low in sugar that help us study and sleep. 

Here are five snacks that you could consider helping you study.


  1. Low fat yogurt with zero sugar with some berries or fruit of your choice


  1. Whole wheat bread with organic peanut butter or almond butter


  1. If you have fruits left in the fridge, consider making a scrumptious and healthy smoothie as your snack.


  1. A bowl of vegetables with a side of natural hummus.


  1. Granola of your choice.  One good granola brand is purely Elizabeth ancient grain granola gluten-free blueberries with the great chobani yogurt.


Snacks that help you go to sleep are:


  1. Whole grain crackers with some sleepy time tea flavor of your choice and some organic Almond butter and smear on the crackers.


  1. Greek yogurt with some granola, strawberries chia seeds. Some honey for sweetness.


  1. Grapes and tiny slices of cheese with crackers.


  1. Avocado and toast with a cup of water.


  1. For a simple snack, consider beets, it helps improve blood flow to the brain.