What is an amino acid?
It sounds too good to be true, but an amino acid called tryptophan can actually relieve depression. How does it work, and what is an amino acid (AA)? Proteins consist of many amino acids. So they are naturally in the body. In our DNA is written, how the individual amino acid is forming proteins. If only one amino acid is missing, then life will not work so well. Then you feel depressed, lacking energy, or you can not recover, or the immune system stops working and you get sick. The immune system consists only of proteins. Here we can specifically help and increase your well-being.
How does it work?
In the laboratory, blood is taken from you and an amino acid profile is analysed. If you lack tryptophan, a specific amino acid, your body will not be able to form the happiness hormone “serotonin” at all. Then an antidepressant can not work and years of therapy sessions do not help, if the body is missing the component to create the happiness hormone “serotonin”.
Leading psychologists have confirmed that depression is always related to serotonin deficiency. Serotonin is produced by the body itself, namely tryptophan, a natural amino acid that is easily absorbed through food. There are countless studies that prove that. Tryptophan makes people sleep better in a natural way, the mood improves. Serotonin is therefore also called the chief or boss hormone, as it is found in the silverback ghorilla (leading Ghorilla) increasingly. It makes you happy and it makes you feel confident. How high is your tryptophan level in the blood?
Therefore, I recommend for depression and listlessness to check the amino acids. If it is too low, it can be substituted for a short time and you will soon notice an improvement in the mood. When well-being is achieved, I will explain to you how you can maintain a constant level of tryptophan through your diet. So you can go through life with joy and vitality. Did you know that 100g cashew nuts contain 450mg tryptophan? (That is a dose of antidepressant without negative side effects!)
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