What can high-tryptophan foods do for you?
Help regulate your appetite
Help you sleep better
Elevate your mood
What events can indicate a need for more high-tryptophan foods?
Inability to concentrate
Weight gain or unexplained weight loss
Slow growth in children
Overeating and/or carbohydrate cravings
Poor dream recall
Food sources of tryptophan include red meat, dairy products, nuts, seeds, bananas, soybeans and soy products, tuna, shellfish, and turkey.
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