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10 Quick and Healthy Bedtime Snacks by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 May 2012 8:00am   Many active kids need a bedtime snack to hold them through the night, especially during growth spurts.  When the weather is warm and the sun stays up later, I know my kids want to spend every waking second outside playing.  Often when they come in, they will ask for a snack before going to bed.  This is our top 10 healthy bedtime snacks a ... Read on »
Bedtime Anywhere is Still Bedtime by maeflye Posted Thu 11 Jan 2007 12:00am I'm staying with friends in luverne. It's been great to catch up and find out how everyone is. They have 3 kids, all "normal," all by birth and they are having a hard time getting them to go to bed. it's kind of funny... bedtime is always bedtime. Read on »
Need a Better Aleep? Try Some of These Bedtime Snacks by Snoozester .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Jul 2008 7:10pm According to an article byJoy Bauer Nutrition, the following bedtime snacks can create feelings of calm and sleepiness. Seefull article. The article suggests the snacks to be “no more than 200 calories and should be eaten at least 30 minutes prior to bed” For Adults - 6-8 oz container of non-fat, flavored yogurt topped with 2 tablespoo ... Read on »
Bedtime Snack and Body Weight Warmup… by kmacphee Posted Sun 11 Jul 2010 12:00am I love to eat…you probably figured that out by now, but I am not afraid to say that I enjoy food, especially a late night snack.  In the past, my snacking habit was centered around something quick, easy and most likely out of a box.  Now, I try to find things that don’t take long to prep, and are balanced in macronutrients with a ... Read on »
Insomnia: The Best Bedtime Snacks for Insomniacs by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Sat 04 Dec 2010 5:59pm By Dr. Nicole Sundene Can the kitchen table cure insomnia? It might just be the quick fix for a certain type of insomnia. Everyone knows that eating a big meal before bed is not healthy. Food just “sits there” and doesn’t optimally digest when we are inactive, as the peristaltic contractions of our gut are [...] Read on »
A Marvelous Weekend and Progress With Bedtime! by Fit 'n' Well Mommy Facebook Posted Mon 06 May 2013 8:11pm I hope everyone had a great weekend! We had a nice quiet weekend at home doing odds and ends, running errands, going to IKEA and making a trip to our farmers’ market. Though it was a fun weekend, we did everything BUT what I had originally planned to do…boxing things up for our move . It was such a beautiful weekend that I was not in the mood t ... Read on »
Time to Rethink Bedtime? by Wired Berries .. Posted Mon 08 Sep 2008 10:28pm It's no secret that you need regular sleep to maintain a balanced and healthy lifestyle and body. Lack of sleep can inhibit your body's ability to heal after sickness, injury, or even a tough workout. Particularly if you're training for a specific event, sleep is essential to maintaining optimum performance. But studies now show, as reported in the ... Read on »
Tip for Today: Bedtime Snacks by Alexandra H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Jun 2008 6:06pm Although it isn’t a good idea to eat a huge meal right before bedtime, a light bedtime snack can actually help you sleep better. Now, before you go reaching for the chocolate chip cookies, let me continue. When finding the perfect bedtime snack, you’ll want to find something that combines a little carbohydrates with the amino acid tryptophan. Th ... Read on »
Smart Bedtime Snacking – Caramel Apple Tea Smoothie by The Fit Fork Posted Tue 25 Sep 2012 10:04am   I’m always hungry at night, right before I go to bed.  Some misinformed folks still believe that eating on the cusp of a snooze turns the food right into fat.  That’s not true, you only pack on the pounds if you are taking in more calories than you expend! However, bedtime snacking shouldn’t be a mindless, free-for-all.  Smart sleepers will ... Read on »
Bedtime Snack by Sheryl R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:40pm It’s 10:33 pm on Tuesday night and I’m about to have my bestime snack: Advil, Plaquenil, Sulfasalazine, Celexa and a peanut butter cookie. DEE-licious. G’night. [ Share the Love: If you like this post, please click on an icon below to share with others. Thank you, arthritis friends! ] Read on »