Tryptophan and depression: can diet alone be the answer?

@article{Soh2011TryptophanAD,
  title={Tryptophan and depression: can diet alone be the answer?},
  author={Nerissa Soh and G. Walter},
  journal={Acta Neuropsychiatrica},
  year={2011},
  volume={23},
  pages={3 - 11}
}
Objective: To compare the scientific content of recent general media articles on tryptophan, diet and depression, with recent empirical research into dietary manipulation of tryptophan published in the scientific literature. Method: A review of the recent empirical research into the role of tryptophan in depression, focusing on dietary methods to influence tryptophan levels. In parallel, a review of recent articles in the general English language media regarding tryptophan and mood. Results… Expand
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