Sleep­ing well

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Bed time choco­lates

Spot­ting a gap in the mar­ket for sleep en­hanc­ing food prod­ucts, Well­beMED has cre­ated a choco­late bar us­ing only nat­u­ral sleep-pro­mot­ing in­gre­di­ents that are de­signed to en­cour­age the body to wind down and re­lax.

The choco­late bar con­tains a mix­ture of herbs, lemon balm, hops, along with oats and oat fi­bre and was de­vel­oped through a clin­i­cal pi­lot study and re­search from the Univer­sity of Lund in Swe­den.

All nat­u­ral

Tasty, easy to eat any­where and giv­ing a sense of full­ness, the prod­uct pro­vides the en­ergy the body and brain need to fall asleep. Pas­sen­gers are ad­vised to have the snack 30 min­utes be­fore they want to go to sleep


Swedish food tech com­pany has cre­ated an on-the-go choco­late bar de­signed

to en­cour­age sleep on­set us­ing only nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents

for the best results. The bar sup­ports the nat­u­ral on­set to sleep, but its sleep­pro­mot­ing prop­er­ties only last for 60 min­utes af­ter eat­ing.

Vic­to­ria Lag­nevik, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor of Well­beMed said: “We saw a niche in the mar­ket that no one else had claimed and that was a food prod­uct that could help peo­ple fall asleep. Re­search into lemon balm and hops con­ducted at the univer­sity sug­gested that a com­bi­na­tion of the herbs had a seda­tive ef­fect on hu­mans. Both lemon balm and hops have been used as medic­i­nal herbs for cen­turies.”

The com­pany will launch a shot with the same char­ac­ter­is­tics as the bar in Au­gust, with plans to ad­dress other lifestyle re­lated prob­lems with a new prod­uct that is due to launch in Oc­to­ber which will be aimed at tar­get­ting choles­terol lev­els.

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