SEROTONIN RICH FOOD

Serotonin Rich Food

Researchers J M Feldman et al. Am J Clin Nutr. 1985 Oct – list of the highest Serotonin rich foods for Urinary conditions

“Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine or 5-HT) plays a critical physiological role in the regulation of gastrointestinal (GI) function”

79 Studies over the the past 5 decades PROVE Serotonin prevents Anxiety and Depression, can prevent, chronic constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and functional dyspepsiaread, see why some foods CAUSE Anxiety and Depression

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”This may sound exaggerated but positive mood within the normal range is an important predictor of health and longevity.

WHO quoted in Study by Simon N. Young Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience : JPN

Once again Fruit and Nuts are the winners!

Serotonin Rich Food

79 Studies Evaluated Prove Serotonin Is Happy Chemical

“Preventing Urinary Tract issues and Depression and Anxiety”

A Common theme in the Research

Research: How to increase Serotonin without Drugs

Simon N Young evaluated 74 studies dating from 1973

Source: Serotonin content of foods: effect on urinary excretion – Pub Med NCBI J M Feldman et al. Am J Clin Nutr. 1985 Oct.

1. BUTTERNUT

Butternuts, also known as white walnuts (named for the light color of their wood) are cousins to black walnuts, so it’s been helpful me to learn about them by contrasting the two.

Both nuts share the same genus: Juglans cinerea and Juglans nigra, respectively, and, at first glance, they look similar, as both nuts come in a green husk that will stain your fingers. Source

2. Black Walnut

3. Shag Bark Hickory Nut

4. English Walnut

5. Mockernut Hickory Nut

6. Plantain

7. Sweet Pignuts

8. Pecans

9. Pineapple

10. Bananas

11. Kiwi Fruits

12. Plums

13. Tomatoes

The Research used in this Study:

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