Dr Joelle is quoted in this article on sleep.
And finally, snack right and light before bed
While carb-heavy foods (think chips, toast, bagels and cookies) before bedtime may be comforting choices, they aren’t beneficial to sleep. “Sugary foods can cause agitation and alertness at night instead of relaxation,” explains Dr. Joelle Cafaro, a chiropractor and holistic medicine practitioner, based in Winchester, VA. “Carbohydrate-based snacks can cause blood sugar to rise initially but eventually fall in a few hours, leading to waking in the night.”
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