Better Performance through Better Sleep

Ingredients shown in clinical studies to promote sleep and muscle recovery

Most competitive athletes know that the three pillars of fitness are: train hard, eat right and sleep.

The sleep and recovery aspect of fitness training is often overlooked, but it is extremely important:

Food for Sleep helps you train harder, sleep better and recover faster after your workout.

Food for Sleep is:

With only real food ingredients, Food for Sleep users don’t have to worry about safety risks or bizarre side effects. And at 2 ½ ounces, Food for Sleep is also travel-friendly (for the night before a competition when you’re sleeping in a hotel or on a friend’s couch).

Sleep Pack

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Get an edge over the competition with a six-pack of Food for Sleep 2 1/2 oz. tart cherry juice sleep and recovery drink.
With better sleep, you’ll achieve: Greater focus. More muscle. Faster recovery.


 

Only $24 for a six-pack and six nights of restful sleep!

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Real science = real results

The funtional ingredients are tart cherry juice and a special form of whey protein that’s rich in tryptophan. That’s appealingly simple, but the science is quite sound. If you’re feeling inquisitive (or just nerdy), look about our site and you’ll find the scientific references and the papers.

We also have a whole section of blogs, which are full of tips to help you sleep well. (For example, reading on your tablet at night can keep you awake for hours after you shut it off.)

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