Your favorite midnight snacks may be giving you nightmares and slowing your weight loss progress. Yes, there’s a chance that scary nightmare was caused by your late night Ben and Jerry's indulgence. The questions that they answered delved into diet habits, psychological function, overall health, sleep, and dream habits.
“When we consider that the nutrients in food affect many things in the body, such as energy levels, mood and sleep quality, it is entirely plausible that different foods can also affect dreams in different ways,” explains nutritionist and yoga teacher Julie Montagu. Cheese and milk are thought to be the biggest culprits within this group,” explains Julie Montagu. “Sausages, salami, bacon, hot dogs, corned beef are very high in Tyramine, an amino acid that regulates blood pressure,” explains clinical nutritionist, Kamilla Schaffner, from My London Nutritionist.