Does Tryptophan Actually Make You Sleepy? Center

Turkey is a good source of tryptophan, and tryptophan does play a role in helping you sleep. But the connection between eating turkey and a good night's sleep isn't as straightforward as you might have heard. Read more: Does Tryptophan Actually Make You Sleepy? Article


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