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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 ...
 

Tryptophan In Turkey Isn't Why You're Sleepy After Thanksgiving Dinner


SELF - Nov 23, 2016
It's pretty much a given that you're going to be tempted to take a nap after having Thanksgiving dinner. You've also probably heard since you were a kid that tryptophan—an amino acid found in turkey—is responsible for your post-meal sleepiness. But ...
 

Thanksgiving Sleepiness


Science 2.0 - Nov 22, 2016
We've all felt sleepy after a big Thanksgiving meal and tryptophan usually gets the bad rap - but there simply isn't enough of it to make a difference. Yet clearly something is making many of us take longer naps after binging on supper. A recent study ...
 

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Tryptophan books

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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Tryptophan, Serotonin, Melatonin - The Spectacular Triad: Physiological, pathological and therapeutic implications of some bio-compounds with indolic structure


by: Cristina Manuela Dragoi
The uniqueness of human architecture is based on interlinkages of the regulatory systems -neural, endocrine, immune, genetic- but the molecular mechanisms underlying this network are still incompletely understood. The endogenous indolergic system is considered as a protein-neuro-humoral-endocrine informational network resulted from the chemical and biological structure of some endogenous biomolecules with indole structure such as tryptophan, serotonin and melatonin. The endogenous privileged structures, such as the indole nucleus, can be used to develop active biological/therapeutic medical compounds, viable, safe and with low toxicity (endogenous-like).
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Tryptophan: Powerful Serotonin Booster


by: Barbara Wexler MPH
Tryptophan (1-tryptophan) is an essential amino acid necessary for the production of serotonin and melatonin. Tryptophan can soothe nerves and anxiety, reduce carbohydrate cravings, relieve premenstrual symptoms, and enhance relaxation and sleep. By helping to boost serotonin production, tryptophan can be used as an adjunct therapy in relieving depression. Unavailable in the U.S. market until recently, tryptophan is back so you can once again take advantage of its wonderful soothing mood-lifting properties.
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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.
 

NOW Foods Tryptophan Review


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