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Message Subject MONSANTO # (GMO) FOOD 4 THOUGHT - Know What You Eat # (Ongoing Videos & Articles)
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How to Increase Dopamine Levels: Foods to Eat and What to do to Feel Good
Elizabeth Renter
Saturday, September 29, 2012
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Dopamine is the brain’s feel good chemical, sending feelings of well-being and pleasure into your body. In addition to simply making you feel good, dopamine helps control weight, energy levels, and supports brain and heart health. Without it, we would be more fat, unhappy, and tired.

But if you know how to increase dopamine levels, you can take advantage of this feel good chemical on command. The best part? You can increase dopamine levels just by eating certain foods.

Fat, unhappy, and tired — those words seem to fit many Americans quite well. Fortunately, boosting dopamine production levels could help. The right amount of dopamine could lift you from depression, help you lose weight, and put some life back into your life.

How to Increase Dopamine Levels Through Foods and Activity
But, how can you boost dopamine levels naturally? Since dopamine is synthesized from tyrosine, you can simply consume foods rich in tyrosine to boost dopamine production. Certain foods help balance dopamine levels, including:

* Fish – Evidence suggest Omega 3 fats may be linked to dopamine production
* Eggs - Contains tyrosine
* Spirulina – Contains tyrosine
* Red beets – Contain betaine, acting as an antidepressant, and tyrosine
* Apples – Contain quercetin, to prevent neurodegeneration and boost dopamine
* Kale – Rich in folate, to trigger dopamine production
* Oregano Oil – Has promising effects on mood swings and cravings by increasing dopamine levels
* Bananas – Including the amino acid tyrosine, which boosts dopamine
* Strawberries and blueberries – Include tyrosine, like bananas
* Green tea – Contains polyphenols, good for brain and heart function, as well as dopamine production
* Herbs like ginkgo biloba, nettles, dandelion, and ginseng

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