sorry this is a little bit off the subject but you mentioned that you had looked at what foods caused higher levels of seratonin and which ones to avoid. which were these or where can i look?
http://www.drugs.1emallway.com/mind-works/food-serotonin.htm wrote:Food as a cure to depression: Vice using these synthetic drugs, we can naturally elevate our serotonin levels with the food we eat by eating foods rich in tryptophan. Selecting food high in the precursors to serotonin (tryptophan, and B vitamins) will allow our brain to naturally create more serotonin.
Amino acids and depression: Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, and are also the building blocks in many neurotransmitters. Remember when you ate a bunch of turkey and felt tired? There is truth to the turkey makes you tired statement. Turkey is a food high in tryptophan, which is a precursor to serotonin. Some of the other major foods rich in tryptophan are milk, yogurt, eggs, meat, nuts, beans, fish, and cheese. Cheddar, Gruyere
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