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It has long been known that bedtime habits have a significant impact on sleep quality. Whether it’s sipping a cup of tea, meditating, or curling up in bed with a good book, we all have our own ways to get a good night’s sleep.
But can fruit be lacking in your bedtime prep?
“We know that the Mediterranean diet is associated with better sleep, so eating a variety of fruits and vegetables along with whole grains and replacing unsaturated fats like olive oil and avocado can also help improve sleep. It can improve,” says registered dietitian Melissa Keaney. , a registered dietitian at Hartford HealthCare.
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