Dietary inhibitors of monoamine oxidase A

  title={Dietary inhibitors of monoamine oxidase A},
  author={Sarah E. Dixon Clarke and Rona R. Ramsay},
  journal={Journal of Neural Transmission},
Inhibition of monoamine oxidase is one way to treat depression and anxiety. The information now available on the pharmacokinetics of flavonoids and of the components of tobacco prompted an exploration of whether a healthy diet (with or without smoking) provides active compounds in amounts sufficient to partially inhibit monoamine oxidase. A literature search was used to identify dietary monoamine oxidase inhibitors, the levels of these compounds in foods, the pharmacokinetics of the absorption… CONTINUE READING
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