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P.M. – your natural sleep aid

Tryptophan, an essential dietary amino acid, is used to produce serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps to regulate sleep, and melatonin, the sleep hormone

It’s time to sleep and you are wide awake, tossing and turning in bed or have problems staying asleep throughout the night? Don’t worry, you are not the only one; it seems that 35% of the adult population suffers from a form of insomnia. But the good news is that we have our new superstar smoothie to help you out.

Sleep –> melatonin –> serotonin –> P.M.

Ladies and gents, here comes the… P.M. liquid meal


P.M. is a delicious smoothie that is designed to replace your dinner with the right amount of nutrients that support the body in the process of falling asleep.

One of these key nutrients contained in the P.M. smoothie is tryptophan, an essential dietary amino acid that the body uses to produce serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps to regulate sleep, and melatonin, the sleep hormone.


As a consequence of adding an egg, pea protein and peanuts, tryptophan levels are sky rocketing in our P.M. smoothie. Not to mention that the combination with yummy banana, soaked oats and roasted pumpkin helps with tryptophan absorption. Which leads to increased serotonin and melatonin levels; and reduced insomnia.

But that’s not all, our super sleep star has plenty other ingredients that promotes a restful sleep like:

  • fennel, an ancient cure for insomnia
  • walnut oil, containing natural occurring melatonin
  • plants extracts like passiflora and valerian root
  • poppy seeds
  • a few drops of CBD to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation
  • and to top everything up, cardamom and pinneapple for an unbeatable flavour.


At Nutrifix, our focus is to help everyone live a healthy, energetic and balanced life, and in order to achieve that, a person needs to also get the right amount of quality sleep. So, P.M. is our new solution to help you wind down after a stressful day and thus restore your body with a good night sleep. Bye-bye insomnia

P.M. is wishing you “Good nights”!