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New blog post on Arterosil.com summarizes new content from WebMD about foods that disrupt sleep and those that can actually help it.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
This week, Arterosil published a guide to foods that disrupt sleep and foods that can actually help sleep. The blog post Arterosil.com summarizes new content from WebMD.
The blog post, titled “These foods could be disrupting your sleep (plus foods that help)”is one of the latest from the Arterosil blog, a resource for those interested in heart and artery health. The blog includes articles with practical tips – like healthy recipes, exercise tips and healthy reminders, as well as heart- and artery-health related news and the latest in relevant research and medical studies.
The blog post explains why foods that are heavy, spicy or high in fat may not be the best option for a bedtime snack. It does explain how dairy and other foods can actually benefit sleep and how to choose the best foods – as well as when it’s okay to eat others. The post then links to the source of the content, a WebMD slideshow published on WebMD.com
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