Jun 2, 2002

food and mood
A few years ago, when I was in one of my periodic Let's Get In Shape moods, I bought Robert Haas' EAT SMART, THINK SMART.

Haas gives his recipe for a Choline Cocktail, said to boost orgasms. This cocktail, he claims, stimulates related neurotransmitters transforming choline into acetylcholine, the neurotransmitter associated with the libido. Thus the more orgasms you want, the more you should increase your intake of choline.

Choline is found in beef liver and eggs as well in Brazil nuts, soy beans, fava beans, brewer's yeast, green leafy vegetables, peanut butter and sage. Choline is also found in lecithin.

I've place a jar of peaunt butter next to my bed.

Robert Haas, M.S., graduated cum laude from Florida State University with a Master's Degree in nutrition and food sciences-- Book Review: Eat to Win-- Eat to Succeed BY Robert Haas-- EXCERPTS from Food and Healing by Annemarie Colbin--Foodand Mood --for Choline 'The Newest Vitamin'-A Familiar Nutrient Promises Exciting New Health Benefits-- As far as nutrition goes, many experts in the field believe that fats in the diet are one of the main contributors to aging.-- Food combination and Mental Performance-- Our bodies can't make enough of the B vitamin choline if we are low in it and a second B vitamin, folate.-- Choline: An Essential Nutrient-- OpenDocument Brain Food Choline enters the nutritional limeligh--Best Food Sources of Choline-- Choline is one of the "lipotropic" B vitamin, that is, it helps the utilization of fats in the body and thereby supports weight loss.-- Although choline is not by strict definition a vitamin, it is an essential nutrient. Despite the fact that humans can synthesize it in small amounts, choline must be consumed in the diet to maintain health --Choline not only helps maintain the structural integrity of membranes surrounding every cell in the body but also can play a role in nerve signaling, cholesterol transport, and energy metabolism.Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor-- acetycholine-- Creative thought depends upon a well nourished brain.-- The foods you eat can affect your mood, including your level of alertness and your perception of pain. -- Mood and Food 10 Key Facts -- The effects of nutrients on mood -- Food and Mood…Is There A Connection?--Mood Food -- Mental health: You are what you eatBehaviour Problems, Mood Changes Irritabile, Lethargic, Anxious, Headachy
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