Can’t sleep? Try this dietitian-approved Golden Milk before bed

We all know that good quality sleep is important to our health, but there are times when falling asleep (and staying asleep) is difficult. Many things have the potential to prevent your eyes from closing, but there are natural sleep aids and foods that can help you sleep better at night.

To find out more, we spoke to Cara Marrs, a registered nutritionist at UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center. We also checked out the latest research on the best foods to help you sleep, including oily fish, tart cherries, almonds, and turkey.

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