A new study/meta analysis: Diet Composition and Objectively Assessed Sleep Quality: A Narrative Review
…diets higher in complex carbohydrates (e.g., fiber) and healthier fats (e.g., unsaturated) being associated with better sleep quality. Diets higher in protein were associated with better sleep quality. In general, diets rich in fiber, fruits, vegetables, and anti-inflammatory nutrients and lower in saturated fat (e.g., Mediterranean diet) were associated with better sleep quality.
Nothing new there. Eat healthy, sleep healthy. Sleep healthy and maybe you won’t want to eat junk?