Written by Robert J. Matthews
Salmon's high omega-3 fatty acid content promotes brain health and potentially stimulates the synthesis of serotonin.
Salmon that is broiled or grilled is a scrumptious and wholesome alternative.
Bananas are rich in tryptophan, a serotonin precursor.
Additionally, they are a portable and convenient food that can provide an immediate energy boost.
Considered to be exceptional sources of tryptophan and healthy fats are flaxseeds, walnuts, and almonds.
As a snack, consume a fistful to stimulate serotonin production.
The cocoa content of dark chocolate has been associated with elevated serotonin levels.
Choose dark chocolate containing a minimum of 70% cocoa for optimal health benefits.