The 4 Best Foods To Eat Before Bed [Part 3]

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The 4 Best Foods To Eat Before Bed: The Top Pre-Bedtime Food Choices

Now that we know exactly which nutrients to consume — and which to avoid — to fuel our goals, let’s talk about the best foods to eat. After all, we EAT food, not nutrients.

1. White Meat Protein

White meat animal protein sources such as chicken and turkey — as well as eggs — are great pre-bed meal choices. These slow-digesting proteins will provide a sustained release of amino acids, increase satiety, elevate your metabolism, and stimulate your body to secrete glucagon. That’s a grand slam!

Do you POOP enough?

Please excuse the somewhat personal nature of this excerpt, but the information we are about to share below is extremely important for both you and your digestive health.

You may not think that you’re constipated, but in reality, it is VERY likely that you ARE.

You see, constipation is not simply “not being able to go”, or only eliminating once a week...that’s severe constipation. The truth is, a healthy digestive system should be eliminating after every meal.

Are you moving your bowels several times a day, once for every meal you eat? If not, you are suffering from constipation, which will cause a buildup of toxins and undigested, rotten, putrid food in your digestive system.

This can make it much harder for you to lose fat while also wreaking havoc on your digestive system and overall health...really bad stuff. Just imagine all that rotted, disgusting food sitting there in your digestive system... yuck!

Fortunately, this can be corrected rather quickly, with a few simple steps:

==> 4 tips for healthy digestion and regular bowel movements

4 Best Foods Before BedWhy not read meat, you ask? According to a study by researchers in Australia, red meat may result in a higher insulin response than that of white pasta. As a result, it may not be your best option because, remember, we want to keep insulin levels at bay before bed.

Fish is also probably best to avoid at this time as well. In the same study, researchers found that the insulin response to fish rivaled that of high-carbohydrate whole-grain bread.

Stick with the white meat, like turkey and chicken. While it’s certainly up for debate, turkey contains high concentrations of the amino acid tryptophan, which may help your sleeping efforts by promoting relaxation and drowsiness. A double-win!

You will also find the next part in the series where we discuss the 4 best foods to eat before bed here.