Tart cherries and juice may help you sleep, so they're a good late-night snack. Eight ounces (240 ml) of sour cherry juice or one-third cup (40 g) of dried cherries has 140 calories.
Kiwis are a vitamin C-rich, light snack. Peeled kiwis provide 93 calories. They include serotonin, which relaxes and curbs appetite.
Pistachios are strong in sleep-promoting melatonin. All plant foods contain this chemical, but pistachios have the most.
A milk-based smoothie contains protein for muscle repair and tryptophan for sleep. A 240-ml low-fat milk and pineapple smoothie has 160 calories.
Antioxidant-rich Goji berries may help sleep. One-fourth cup (40 grammes) of dried berries has 150 calories.
Cheese and crackers encourage balanced blood sugar and sleep-supportive brain chemicals. 4 crackers and 1 stick of reduced-fat cheese have 150 calories.
Crackers and Cheese
A nutritious late-night snack is cooked whole grain topped with milk. 3/4 cup cooked oatmeal with water has 124 calories and melatonin.
Calcium-rich yoghurt. This mineral has been linked to better sleep and stronger bones.
94-calorie whole-grain tortillas provide a nutritious late-night snack. Just add hummus and leftover chicken breast, then eat.