NEED OF CHOCOLATE AND SWEETS?

Depression, panic attacks, insomnia, headaches, hypertension, anxiety can be associated with a lack of serotonin. Obviously no doctor will tell you to do an analysis to see if you may be deficient in seroyonin if you have any of these symptoms. No and do you know why? Because they have to prescribe you some drugs otherwise they can't pay for their holidays in the Caribbean.
Meanwhile, you continue to feel bad without knowing why you are always looking for chocolates and sweets. And no one explains it to you. No doctor tells you that cocoa contains tryptophan which helps the mind to have a feeling of high mood. No doctor explains why you are addicted to sugar. They just want to earn their nice vacation and they don't care how you are.
You know, my grandparents often ate dried fruit and legumes, plums, dried figs and I've never seen them sad. There was no depression and anxiety. They were often out in the open, both in summer and in winter, and only followed the sunlight. They went to bed when the sun set and got up at dawn. They never got bored, they never got tired and they were always in a good mood. So what can we understand from this? We can understand that certain foods help our brain to feel good. What do we eat now? French fries, hamburgers, pizza, sandwiches and crap. Junk food. And how are we reduced? Unhappy and anxious, hypertensive, angry and stressed. But if we tell the doctor we feel this way he will give us more drugs and more drugs.
But he will never explain that we may not have enough serotonin in our diet. It is easier for them to gain on our skin than to help us heal.
Studies have shown that a diet lacking in tryptophan - and consequently with low levels of serotonin - can have negative effects not only on mood, but also on memory, cognitive abilities and sleep quality.
So what can we do? Change our diet and see if it works. At least give it a try.

Foods high in tryptophan are mainly:

dark chocolate
peanuts
almonds
hazelnuts
pistachio
Pine nuts
Sesame seeds
pecans
cashew nuts
chestnuts
sultanas.

Milk and dairy products are rich in it, including cottage cheese and yogurt. 

Tryptophan is also found in legumes, especially chickpeas and beans, in meat, especially chicken and turkey, in fish, including anchovies, sea bream, sea bass, sole, cod, tuna and bottarga, and finally in eggs.
Among the vegetables, endive, cabbage, asparagus, green beans, lettuce, chard, spinach, zucchini are particularly rich in tryptophan.

( This is not a medical article but only a post of advice and does not consist of a specific cure. )

YOU WANT REALLY SAVE OUR PLANET?

I know that you have many gastronomic and existential habits that you are fond of.
But when we talk about doing something to save our planet we are talking about healthy choices of healthy food, of choices to protect animals and nature.
So please if you can follow these simple tips then you can help save this planet.

DON’T USE PLASTIC BAGS BUT USE FABRIC BAGS


DON’T BUY LEATHER CLOTHES AND BAGS AND SHOES


EAT MEAT OR FISH ONLY ONCE IN A MOUTH


PLANT TREES AND VEGETABLES IN YOUR GARDEN


USE PAPER DISHES AND GLASSES FOR YOUR PARTIES

 

BUY ONLY WOOD FORNITURE

 

DON’T EAT JUNK FOOD

GO FOR A WALK, DON’T USE YOUR CAR

TURN OFF THE LIGHT AND THE TV WHEN YOU DON’ T USE THEM

TAKE CARE OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS

DON’T USE WASHING MACHINE EVERYDAY

BUY RECYCLED OR USED CLOTHES, ONLY COTTON CLOTHES, NO ACRYLIC FABRICS

Do you want your children's sleep to remain safe?
Do you want them to be able to breathe clean air?
You begin to change your toxic habits, for your own good and for their future good.
Please try to know the truth about the food you eat:

If your children need to have a snack, prepare sandwiches with tomato and vegetables for them. You can put mozzarella or just tomato and spinach, a drizzle of olive oil, fresh bread or bread with cereals.

LET YOUR CHILDREN EAT 3 FRUITS EVERY DAY

MAKE YOUR CHILDREN DRINK ENOUGH WATER

NO TV OR PC OR PS IN THE CHILDREN’ S ROOM

BUY HEALTHY FOOD WITH YOUR CHILDREN

COOK HEALTHY FOOD WITH YOUR CHILDREN

Does your little one not like vegetables? Maybe it depends on the way they are served. Vegetables can be brought to the table in many different ways: sometimes in spirals, in flower-shaped compositions or on an outdoor picnic.

Children experience flavors more intensely, because they have many more taste buds than adults. So pungent, sour or bitter aromas usually don't go down. One solution could be to preferably put on the table vegetables with a delicate or slightly sweet taste. Such as potatoes, carrots or parsnips. Do not overdo it with spices: a pinch of salt is enough to flavor the dishes.

To arouse more enthusiasm when going to the table, some original ideas for decorating can help us. On the plate flutters a butterfly of cucumbers, berries and courgette spirals, and in the bread basket there are colored tomatoes or grape skewers. You can also prepare fun animal-shaped loaves, just have molds. So healthy food is fun too!
Children may not necessarily want to eat fruit and vegetables during meals. You can tempt them with a nice colorful plate full of snacks left in plain sight. So your little ones can nibble on julienned peppers, grapes, apple slices or gherkins while they go wild in their games.
Broccoli, spinach and the like are sometimes not so terrible, if instead of being in plain sight on the plate they hide in sauces or flans. Even the most difficult palates will be more likely to accept healthy ingredients, if finely grated or pureed and then blended. Even if cooked vegetables lose some vitamins, it's still a good way to start introducing vegetables into your diet.

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