Showing posts with label fresh fruits reduce the risk of depression. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fresh fruits reduce the risk of depression. Show all posts

Friday, June 29, 2012

How to reduce the risk of depression?

fresh and healthy nutritious fruits
Healthy and Nutritious Fruits
Eat in the morning and daytime lots of fresh fruit and freshly squeezed fruit juices and especially food that is rich in tyrosine. Tyrosine is an amino acid and is the precursor of nor-epinephrine. Nor-epinephrine is a substance that makes you feel like you're working out a lot: relaxed yet active. At least three times per week sports is a good way to control the levels of noradrenaline in your blood. Tyrosine rich foods can help you. There is much tyrosine in fish, nuts (trail mix really helps when studying!), Seeds, beef, sauerkraut, dairy and grains. One can also obtain tyrosine in capsules so that the daily dose can be increased. Supervision by a physician is necessary due possible side effects and interactions with other medications.

- Eat in the evening and when you're tense foods rich in tryptophan. Tryptophan is an amino acid that is a precursor of serotonin. Serotonin is one of the main substances that play a role in sleep problems, anxiety and depression. There is much tryptophan in pumpkin seeds, lentils, bananas, dates, cottage cheese (cottage cheese), biodegrade, cottage cheese, eggs, cereals, brown rice, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and nuts. It is however important to note that tryptophan only really be included in the brains as something of sweetness to be given. The advice of warm milk with honey is that matter is not so crazy. Tryptophan is also available in capsules and it also works as a good inslaapmiddel. Supervision by a physician is required.

- Use extra vitamin B complex. This can clearly improve the mood. Folic acid, magnesium, zinc and especially vitamin B6 are needed for the conversion of tryptophan into serotonin. Many depressed people appear to have a folic acid deficiency. Supplementing this deficit appeared in a recent study within 6 months to reduce depressive symptoms clearly.