Treat yourself to Montmorency cherries or their juice for late-night snacks. They reduce inflammation and may prevent arthritis and heart disease.
A spoonful (16 g) of unsweetened almond butter and a small banana make a pleasant 190-calorie snack that may help you sleep.
Vitamin C-rich kiwis are light and filling. Two peeled kiwis have 84 calories. They contain natural serotonin, which relaxes and curbs appetite.
Milk-based smoothies contain protein for muscle repair and tryptophan for sleep-promoting brain chemicals.
Goji berries, an antioxidant-rich snack, may help you sleep. These delectable dried berries have 139.6 calories per 40 g.
Cheese protein and cracker carbs stabilize blood sugar and brain chemicals that promote sleep.
Most cooked whole grains can be topped with milk or other ingredients for a healthful late-night snack.
Walnuts and dried cranberries in trail mixes promote sleep. One-fourth-cup (38-g) servings average 173 calories, depending on mix.
Yogurt's protein content curbs hunger. Calcium, which improves sleep, is abundant. One 6-oz (170-g) container of plain, nonfat yogurt has 104 calories.
At 140 calories, a medium whole grain tortilla makes a nutritious late-night snack. Add healthy toppings like hummus and leftover chicken breast and enjoy.