"The Worst Foods For Sleep" from HuffPost. A glass of warm milk, a cup of chamomile tea, a few slices of tryptophan-laced turkey breast--a number of foods are at least rumored to help us drift off to sleep. But, besides the obvious (hello, 4 p.m. Starbucks run), could there be foods that are actually keeping us up at night? Click the pic to get a better night's sleep.
Best and Worst Foods for Sleep Sweet potatoes are a sleeper’s dream. Not only do they provide sleep-promoting complex carbohydrates, they also contain that muscle-relaxant potassium. Other good sources of potassium include regular potatoes (baked and keep the skin on), lima beans, and papaya.