“Certain nutrients are required by the body to carry out daily functions, including making hormones and neurotransmitters related to rest. Other foods can impact physical comfort, affecting slumber by boosting your heart rate or causing indigestion.”
🍛 If you’ve experienced nighttime heartburn, you know this all too well: the foods you eat in the evening can majorly impact your sleep quality.
This list of 13 sleep-inducing dinners focuses on foods that are ideal for evening meals — and why they’re essential to getting your rest.
🏕️ Missing travel? This week we offer you not just one cool thing to whet your appetite — but 37 of them.
Check out this slideshow from The Telegraph to ensure you’re ready to go with the best gear as soon as travel restrictions are lifted. In the meantime, your bug-out bag isn’t complete without that compass/torch/flask combo...
💛 Making positive food choices is hard enough without simultaneously enduring a judgy calorie-counting app.
Ate, the mindful (and free!) food-tracking app, doesn’t passive-aggressively berate you for eating an entire sleeve of Oreos. Simply snap a picture of each meal or snack, tag whether you feel it’s #onpath or #offpath, and journal any additional notes on how you feel about what you’re eating.