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Against nervous hunger

Research natural “calming”

On a mental level, a good cup of coffee gives a boost excitingEach of us approaching, on the mental level a good cup of coffee at the push exciting that the substance can give us thanks to the alkaloid contained in it, but not always, without ex-
ception, the connection between the active ingredient in a food and the biological behavior of the same and not even so immediate.

Who among us, due to influence or cold symptomsis not naturally recourse to the old grandmother’s prescription which consisted of warm milk with honey and cognac? Probably we do not know the reason until at the bottom of of the biochemical process of these substances but the milk reassures us with its contents in tryptophan, brandy there expands blood vessels making the blood flow more quickly, the honey gives us the strength that we failed, sweetened with a little comforting serotonin and fluidity of the whole facilitates a more rapid purification.

In the same condition, a dish of wurstel with potatoes would make us shudder. We therefore have a structure for assessing and monitoring automatic and inborn that allows us to eat always and only what you wish to voluntarily?
Unfortunately, as we have already noted, in several circumstances in which our moods are doped is not always this way because there are many situations in which the exact opposite occurs. Nevertheless, the instinctive demand of serotonin is one of the most common products of our minds and it is useful to consider it.

Serotonin is synthesized in the intestine to 90% in relation to the absorption of an amino acid called tryptophan its forerunner. Only a 3% of serotonin generated acts in the brain with the neurotransmitter function.
The effects of serotonin on the brain are relevantThe effects of serotonin in the brain are relevant as it has the ability to induce the feeling of satiety, facilitate sleep, mood-stabilizing acting as a natural antidepressant.

Being an amino acid, tryptophan is contained in all the protein foods but the possibility that is able to overcome the blood brain barrier (it is similar to a filter that has basically an activity of safeguarding the brain tissue from harmful substances (for example, chemical) present in blood, while still allowing the transit of useful parts to metabolic activity) is related to the fact that it is taken with little or none doses of other proteins, as it has access to the brain via a common receptor and is not able to reach beyond if the specific receptor is already being used.

Eating carbohydrates with low protein as it might be a good plate of pasta, which contains gluten proteins or a bowl of milk with small amounts of casein, tryptophan is able to overcome the barrier and is able to achieve the required results being converted into serotonin.

We must not therefore be surprised if a plate of pasta we changes the mood appease more of a salad with assimilation because is triggered a specific biochemical activity which needs to take into account. Let us not forget that, due to the existing cohesion between mind and body, it is conceivable that the relaxation achieved by the intake of bread, focaccia, pasta ... remain steadfast in our mnemonic function in a deeper way, so as to stimulate research yet to back this serotoninic relief.

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