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Key To Your Man’s Heart Through His Stomach? Sort Of – Issue #110/1

posted by: Joe Vargas Wednesday 05/14/2014


Key To A Man’s Heart Through His Stomach, Guess What Yours Too!

You all may have heard that saying about the “key” or “path” to a man’s heart being through his stomach. Well that’s kind of true, but not for the reason’s most people think. But if you want to have a happy man or woman in your life, you may want to pay attention to not only cooking up tasty meals but also the right kind of meals. Here’s why. Most people think that the “feel good” neurotransmitter, serotonin, is mostly produced in the brain, but not so, the gut is actually where we derive most of our serotonin supply. So technically the “path” or “key” to your loved ones heart/happiness is through their stomach! Here are some tips from a summary of an article from ehow.com, so you can know how to best maintain healthy serotonin levels for your loved ones, so everyone can be happy, happy, happy:

Happy Man Eating Salad

Frequently called the body’s 2nd brain, the gut  is pointed out by people who deal with psychological pain, anxiety and worry. This is due to the reality that the gut contains 100 million neurons and more of the neurotransmitter serotonin than the human  brain. Serotonin is responsible for keeping us in a good mood as well as regulating sleep, hunger and headaches. Not surprisingly, a low level of serotonin leads to irritability, depression and a host of other issues that make life bleak. Luckily, we can balance and enhance the serotonin levels in our gut by eating the right foods, taking the right supplements and making some changes in our way of life.

Eat less processed sugar. Sweet foods like pastries, candy and soft drinks cause quick blood spikes of insulin in the bloodstream. High insulin levels cause the body to release adrenaline, which can interfere with the manufacturing of serotonin. This is why many people feel tired, burnt out and low in energy, and they frequently experience low moods after eating too many sweets.

Eat even more tryptophan-enriched foods. Tryptophan is an amino acid that is a precursor to serotonin in the human digestion system. Tryptophan is discovered in red and body organ meats, fish, eggs, beans, milk and whole grains like oatmeal. Eating lots of tryptophan-enriched foods implies that your body can produce even more serotonin, which is especially vital if your system ends up being unbalanced through tension, absence of sleep or excessive sugar consumption. You can acquire tryptophan in supplement form in natural food establishments and through online suppliers.

Get lots of exercise. That workout serves as a natural antidepressant, enhancing mood levels and stimulating the body has been well recorded. A research study published in the journal “Physiology & Behavior” in February 1994 discovered that at least part of this result is because of the reality that exercise boosts serotonin manufacturing.

Get some sunlight. Your body requires sunshine to produce serotonin, and an absence of sunlight can lead to low serotonin levels– found, for example, in seasonal affective disorder, which is defined by low energy and depressed state of mind levels during the winter. Try to obtain 15 minutes of sunlight daily on your hands and face to keep your serotonin levels at an optimal.



Those are some pretty simple ways to help your gut turn that frown upside down, maintaining healthy serotonin levels isn’t so hard at all, and guess what, our favorite little bugs that live in your gut also have a positive effect on mood, studies have shown. So don’t forget about including probiotic rich foods or supplements as well. Cheers!


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Author: Joe Vargas


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