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…give any food supplement to a child without first consulting with your physician. Most of the protein based foods that we eat have tryptophan. This is especially true in oats, chocolate, dates, milk, cottage cheese, yogurt, red meat, fish, poultry, eggs, sunflower seeds, peanuts and chickpeas. The amount of tryptophan in turkey is no higher than in other meats. It is believed that the fatigue following that Thanksgiving or Christmas meal may be…

As with all other B vitamins, B6 is a water soluble vitamin and is not stored in the body. It is however, essential for good health. One of its chores is the protein metabolism of over one hundred enzymes. The proper metabolism of red blood cells is dependent on an adequate intake of vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 contributes to the efficient functioning of the immune system and the nervous system and converts [[L-Tryptophan]] to [[Niacin]]. The…

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