Think about decaf coffee. Like decaf, what’s special about NightFood is as much about what we leave out as what we put in. Sleep and nutrition experts agree that there are certain do’s and don’ts if you’re going to snack before bed. NightFood is formulated to meet those expert recommendations.
How many calories should your night snack be? Experts agree that the magic number is right around 150. You might be surprised to learn that they recommend mostly complex carbs, with a moderate amount of protein, and plenty of calcium and magnesium.
Like alcohol, high sugar and high glycemic snacks before bed can wreck your sleep quality. We made sure NightFood is lower in sugar. In fact, each bar has 25-33% less sugar than an 8-ounce glass of the bovine nectar.
Protein is great during the day—that’s why most energy bars and snacks are formulated to be high in protein—but at night, right before bed, the last thing you want is that energy boost. Too much protein can cause alertness in both your mind and digestive system.
That’s why it’s important to choose a nighttime snack with the right amount of protein.
High-fiber snacks like NightFood have a lower glycemic index and help you feel satisfied with way fewer calories. That’s especially important at night when your brain responds to food very differently than it would earlier in the day, signaling you to keep snacking even when you’ve had enough.
NightFood bars are the perfect combination of delicious flavor and filling fiber-osity.
NightFood bars were made to help you feel good. You’ve worked hard all day and tried your best to eat healthily, but sometime before bed, you missed the mark. You’re not alone, and that’s why we created NightFood.
Why suffer under the weight of guilt before bed when there’s a better option for you?