It’s got omega3s, B vitamins and antioxidants. Turns out, this all-star swimmer might also help you nod off. A Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine study found that people who consumed salmon three times a week went to sleep faster and felt more rested the next day than those who ate chicken, pork or beef. That may be due to salmon’s ample vitamin D, which is believed to act on the areas of the brain that help you fall (and stay) asleep.
MAKE IT: Sweet and Crunchy Salmon Roll Up
50g tinned salmon + ¼ cup diced mango + 2 tbsp chopped cucumber + wholewheat wrap