Nuts are not only healthy but also tasty. I think everyone like it. These fatty legumes are a rich source of mood-boosting magnesium. When our body does not get enough magnesium, it affects that part of the brain that regulates the melatonin and our sleeping cycle is disturbed. An uptick in magnesium guides it’s time to hibernate.
The deficiency of magnesium causes depression, carb-craving and seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
A research published in Magnesium Research by USDA clearly reveals that magnesium supplementation help in peaceful sleep through the night. Two groups were made in which one was provided with magnesium while other was not. After seven weeks a clear difference was noticed and the group that was taking magnesium had better sleep and eating routine than the other group.
Magnesium rich foods are also extremely weight loss friendly. So it is very essential to add nuts in your diet to make your sleep better and regulate your inner eat-and-sleep clock. On the other hand, magnesium is good for your immune system, heart disease, diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.