But have you ever considered that your child’s nutrition might affect their ability to sleep?
Both food and sleep are required for survival, and we also know that our children require lots of both. The truth is: food and sleep are intrinsically connected. Your child’s broken sleep can often be linked to their diet, including food allergies or intolerances
Join Founder and CEO of The LittleOak Company, Elke Pascoe, and Australia’s leading sleep expert and Nighttime Perks Ambassador, Kelly Martin as they explore the link between food and sleep and share some simple tips that might just help you and your family get a better night’s sleep.