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Nighttime Snacking For Better Sleep

Didn’t know your nighttime snack choices could impact your sleep quality?

Nightfood snacks are formulated by sleep and nutrition experts so you can enjoy your delicious treats and better sleep too!

Nightfood contains no drugs or sleep medications. Just delicious, sleep-friendly nutrition for everybody snacking at night.

Sleep-friendly means:

  • Less sugar, less fat, fewer calories
  • More casein protein, more prebiotic fiber
  • Plus natural sleep-supporting ingredients recommended by our sleep experts like calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamin B6, inositol and more

Nightfood vs. other Ice Cream

Nightfood Halo Top Ben & Jerry’s Haagen Dazs Breyers
Calories 100 100 330 340 170
Protein 8 6 6 6 3
Prebiotic Fiber 6 6 0 0 0
Sugars 8 7 27 32 19
Trytophan 100mg 52mg 71mg 51mg 35mg
High in Calcium? 20% 15% 15% 10% 8%
Good Source of Magnesium? 10% X X X X
Good Source of Zinc? 10% X X X X
High in vitamin B6? 25% X X X X
Lactose-free? YES NO NO NO NO

*Nutritional info normalized for a 2/3 cup serving, based on 2022 data, Tryptophan testing conducted by Merieux NutriSciences

Nightfood vs. other cookies

Nightfood Chips Ahoy Oreo Famous Amos Grandmas
Calories 120 150 140 150 140
Protein 4 1 1 1 1
Prebiotic Fiber 3 <1 <1 1 1
Sugars 6 10 12 10 10
Gluten-Free? Yes No No No No
Added Vitamin B6 500mcg 0 0 0 0
Added Inositol 500mg 0 0 0 0

*Per 30-gram serving.

Nightfood’s Sleep and Nutrition Experts

Dr Michael Breus

AMERICA’S MOST PROMINENT SLEEP EXPERT

Known to millions as The Sleep Doctor™, Dr. Breus is a best-selling author and a regular guest on The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, The CBS Early Show, and other national media outlets. Breus was the resident sleep expert at WebMD for over 15 years and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and Fellow of The American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Dr Lauren Broch

MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN NUTRITION SLEEP AND NUTRITIONAL THERAPIST

Dr. Broch holds a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition, and a Doctorate in Psychology with specialized training in sleep disorders. She served nine years as Director of Education and Training at the Sleep-Wake Disorders Center at Weill Cornell Medical College, and is currently on staff at the Northwell Health Sleep Disorders Center.

Dr Michael Grandner

DIRECTOR, SLEEP AND HEALTH RESEARCH PROGRAM UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA ASST. PROF – NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES

Dr. Grandner serves on the Board of Directors of the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine and the Sleep and Wellness task force for the NCAA. The author or co-author of over 100 academic publications, his research examines the relationship between nutrition and sleep, and the impact of sleep on obesity, diabetes, heart disease, daytime functioning, and longevity.

Chef Chris Santos

WORLD FAMOUS CHEF & RESTAURATEUR PARTNER – TAO GROUP

Internationally known for his appearances on the popular Food Network series “Chopped”, The Rachel Ray show, The Today show, The CBS early show, and more. Partner at TAO Group and Chef/Owner of VANDAL and The Stanton Social, as well as Beauty & Essex on New York’s Lower East Side, at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and in Hollywood, CA.

Faq's

Nightfood is both awesome and unique…of course you’ll have questions!!!

What is “sleep-friendly” snacking all about?

What you eat before bed matters.

So if you’re going to snack between dinner and bed (and who doesn’t??), it’s important to consider how those snack choices will impact the quality of your sleep throughout the night.

Sleep-friendly snacks are ones that are less likely to impair sleep and can even support better sleep quality because of their nutritional profile.

What makes Nightfood a better choice for nighttime snackers?

Nightfood snacks are formulated with our team of sleep and nutrition experts.

Most people snack at night at least once a week, and that’s not going to stop.

The most popular choices are cookies, chips, and ice cream. That probably won’t change either.

So we make sure our snacks are sleep-friendly, meaning more slow-digesting protein, more prebiotic fiber, with less sugar, less fat, and fewer calories, plus other added nutrients like myo-inositol and vitamin B6.

Knowing nighttime snacking won’t just go away, we make sleep-friendly snacks to help you get through Daylight Cravings Time.

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