Articles under L-tryptophan


  • Why diets don’t work

    Why diets don’t work By Dr. Sergey A. Dzugan   Millions of people seek diets and treatments for being overweight and obese. For most people, weight management is not effective, since the majority of them lose the struggle to reduce weight and blame themselves for the relapse.1 Perhaps the most frequent question that I have been asked over the last 20 years is “How can I lose weight?” In Latin diet (dieta) is a manner of livin...
  • Melatonin A Universal Guardian?

    Melatonin A Universal Guardian? The role of Melatonin in hormonal regulation and ageing has been described and reviewed in an elegant way by Pierpaoli in his book “The Key of Life” (2007). The fact remains that this molecule seems to be Universally conserved across animal but also plant species; this fact alone should draw attention to its likely universal importance.It was named melatonin because of its ability in certain fish, reptiles and amphibians to lighten ski...
  • Synergistic Programs - Sleep Improvement

    Synergistic Programs - Sleep Improvement Stage 1:Melatonin tablets: 3mg to 6mg at bedtime. Melatonin helps to rebalance the circadian rhythms (the day-night cycle), as a result deeper REM sleep is improved and the individual feels more refreshed the following day. Remember that light entering the eye destroys melatonin, so it is important to be in bed, in darkness within 15-minutes of taking the melatonin.L-Tryptophan ca...
  • L-Tryptophan, Nature's Answer To Prozac ®

    L-Tryptophan, Nature's Answer To Prozac® The "serotonin deficiency syndrome" is one of the most common and widespread disorders of human psychobiology in the modern world. Prozac ® allegedly increases the amount of serotonin in the synaptic gap that slightly separates nerve cells from each other. (For more on the "allegedly" see the excellent book; Talking Back To Prozac by psychiatrist, Peter Breggin). Greater amounts of serotonin in the synaptic gap increases commu...
  • Synergistic Programs - Weight Control

    Synergistic Programs - WEIGHT CONTROL Stage 1:Acomplia tablets: One 20mg tablet daily of the new blockbuster weight loss drug Acomplia has been shown to reduce body weight on average by 10% without changes to lifestyle habits. Furthermore Acomplia appears to change cardiovascular and diabetic lipid ratios favorably and most importantly appears to be able to remove fat from the waistline, with an average loss of 3-inches in the clinical trials. ...
  • Weight Loss, The Anti-Aging Way

    Weight Loss, The Anti-Aging Way Weight loss and dieting is a perennial subject of conversation, TV talk shows, best-selling books, and even trips to the doctor. And no wonder. In spite of the widespread introduction of "low fat", "no fat", and "reduced fat" foods and snacks throughout the 1990's, obesity has reached epidemic proportions in much of the Western world. Obesity (defined as being 20% or more over "ideal" or "normal" weight for one's size) is now estimated to afflic...
  • Lifting Depression With "Bio-identical" Mood Enhancers

    Lifting Depression With "Bio-identical" Mood Enhancers Depression affects millions worldwide, regardless of nationality, race, socio-economic status, age or gender. Insufficient activity of key neurotransmitters, such as the monoamines serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, is the leading theory of depression held by neurobiologists today. Yet despite the wide array of pharmaceuticals currently available — monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI’s), tricyclic antidepre...
  • Beating Depression, with Alternative Anti-aging Therapies

    Beating Depression, with Alternative Anti-aging Therapies Depression is one of the most widespread illnesses in the Western world, yet it is also one of the most misunderstood and under treated health problems. Approximately 10-14 million people are medically depressed in the U.S. in any given year, yet only one third of depressives receive treatment (1). "Depression is just as socially debilitating as coronary artery disease, and more debilitating than diabetes mellitus or ar...