Review: Nightfood Ice Cream gives you late night cravings, and puts you to sleep

Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

Enjoy, Then Snooze

Nightfood gave me the opportunity to review an ice cream of theirs that’s proven not only popular, but the main objective here is Nightfood is formulated to help you sleep better, a health conscious individual like Daniel plus Lauren who’s always hitting the weights and balancing their macros couldn’t wait to take on Nightfood, and was pleasantly surprised by the balance of carbohydrates, fats, and protein, plus their unique flavors.

My flavor last night obviously was milk and cookie dough, right around 10:35 p.m. EST as yours truly finally settled down and needed to balance their carbohydrates with protein and fat for the day, yours truly committed to just having half a pint, but ended up eating the whole thing, and guess what happened after eating the pint, nothing, what was missing was being obnoxiously full after a pint of typical ice cream before bed, or sugared up before bed, or feeling a super-induced coma which would lead to bad, shorten sleep later on in the night, plus a belly turned upside down.

Along with the lack of fullness after eating a whole pint of Nightfood, yours truly 25 to 30 minutes in around 11:15 p.m. EST got tired, sleepy, and ready for a full night’s sleep (which did happen by the way in the realm of 6 to 7 hours), not even the allure of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” could keep my sleep at bay, it was light’s out at 11:40 p.m. EST.

This morning felt real good waking up, after 6 to 7 hours of sleeping all night and barely waking up once during it, sleeping nearly 6 hours did it, but another hour leading up to around 6:40 a.m. EST sealed the deal, and finally getting up after 7 a.m. EST got my day off right, and my day so far is pretty good and well-rested.

It’s not only the sleep that yours truly just got that makes Nightfood Ice Cream good, but it’s the balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fat in an excellent way that excites Daniel plus Lauren the most, it’s far less sugar per serving, only 360 calories for an entire pint, more fiber, added minerals and digestive additives, and no artificial sweeteners or erythriol normally found in regular ice cream.

Every ingredient found in Nightfood lives up to being that late-night food that won’t hurt your short-term or long-term goals, so you could eat the whole thing, plus it helps you sleep, and a full night too.

Daniel Quintanilla


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