We thank Dunican and Walsh  for taking the time to read and comment on the sleep-nutrition review. First, they have rightly identified an editing error in our article where we have erroneously indicated that tart cherry juice had been shown to enhance sleep indices as assessed by polysomnography (PSG). The in-text citations were in the incorrect order. We should have stated that tart cherry juice enhanced sleep indices as assessed by sleep questionnaires, and wrist actigraphy monitoring, in healthy individuals without sleep problems , and in individuals with sleep problems such as insomnia . We apologise for this error and take this opportunity to correct the record.