Oatmeal-This is one of my staple foods for a quick breakfast while still feeling full and is a great bedtime snack as well. Eating more fiber is great for a good night of sleep. Fiber prevents blood sugar surges that may lower melatonin. You can get a fiber boost also from beans, artichokes and bran cereal. (shape.com)

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Salmon– This amazing tasting fish has some of the largest amounts of omega-3 fatty acids found in any fish, which are used by the body as building blocks for muscle and other tissues, and for energy. #Score (eatwell.com) 

Rice-White rice has a high glycemic index, so eating it will significantly slash the time it takes you to fall asleep according to experts. (readersdigest.com)

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