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How to Eat if You Want Better Sleep

A GOOD NIGHT’S sleep is the new kale,” chef David Bouley said recently. “Everyone wants it and it’s good for your health.” He was addressing participants in “The Chef and The Doctor,” a popular educational dinner series at his Manhattan restaurant Bouley at Home. During the event Dr. Youlan Tang, a physician in the BronxCare Health System and research scholar at Columbia University, explained the connection between what we eat and how we sleep. Diners listened keenly while enjoying a meal that highlighted sleep-friendly dishes, such as homemade walnut tofu with walnut dressing, sprouted brown rice with wild shiitake…

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