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8 foods, supplements for a better night's sleep: #SleepRevolutionNOLA

NOLA.com - Jan 17, 2017
Like milk and turkey, cottage cheese is a good source of the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptophan is linked to better sleep because it's needed for our bodies to produce serotonin, which is used to make melatonin, a hormone that helps regulate our sleep ...

The Truth About Turkey and Tryptophan

TIME - Nov 22, 2016
Here's the lowdown: turkey contains the amino acid L-tryptophan, which produces sleep-promoting serotonin and melatonin. But turkey has about the same amount of tryptophan as other meats. It may even have a built-in secret weapon against sleepiness: an ...

Feeling Blue This Week?

mySteinbach.ca (blog) - Jan 20, 2017
5-HTP is a direct precursor to serotonin and is a break down product of tryptophan (amino acid found in turkey), which is what causes that sleepy, satisfied feeling. Because it is one step closer to serotonin than tryptophan, it is more effective at ...

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What Really Causes AIDS

by: Harold D. Foster
AN EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The AIDS pandemic is likely to become the greatest catastrophe in human history. Unless a safe, effective vaccine is quickly developed, or the preventive strategies outlined in this book are widely applied, by 2015 one sixth of the world's population will be infected by HIV-1 and some 250 million people will have died from AIDS. Its associated losses by then will be more than those of the Black Death and World War II combined, the equivalent of eight World War Is.
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Life Extension Magazine - May 2013 - Living Beyond 100 Years in Good Health - Faster Absorbing Vitamin C - High Quality Tryptophan Has Returned

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Targeting the Broadly Pathogenic Kynurenine Pathway

Tryptophan metabolism via kynurenine pathway plays a critical role in both health and a variety of human diseases. This book highlights the known associations between kynurenine pathway and various disease states, as well as examines the current status of drug development and clinical trials of compounds known to alter tryptophan metabolism. The research plays a critical role in molecular targeted therapies directed at altering the kynurenine pathway of tryptophan metabolism. The initial and rate-limiting step of tryptophan metabolism is mediated by one of two enzymes, tryptophan-2,3-dioxygenase (TDO; predominantly in the liver, but also in the brain) and indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase (IDO; in a host of tissues in response to immune activation).
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The Pain-Free Tryptophan Diet

by: Robert L. Pollack, Gerry Hunt, Marcia Rosen

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L Tryptophan for Anxiety or Depression

Dr Robert Barrington discusses ways to increase brain levels of serotonin. For more information please visit: www.robertbarrington.net.

The Benefits To L-Tryptophan Supplementation

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Top 10 Foods High in Tryptophan

Tryptophan has been widely used for treating insomnia because of its ability to stimulate increase in the levels of the neuro hormone, melatonin and the ...

The Tryptophan Paradox

Dr Robert Barrington discusses the observation that foods high in tryptophan often are not able to raise brain levels of serotonin as they might be expected to.

Trp Operon - Tryptophan operon regulation and attenuation

This lecture explains about the regulation and attenuation of Tryptophan operon (Trp operon). The trp operon of E. coli controls the biosynthesis of tryptophan in ...