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Subject: Do certain foods cause depression (passiveness)?

Date: Fri Jan 12 20:17:38 2001
Posted by Sarah
Grade level: 10-12 School: J. R. Tucker High School
City: Richmond State/Province: Virginia Country: USA
Area of science: Neuroscience
ID: 979348658.Ns

I think this question involves both neuroscience and nutrition. I am 
trying to find out which foods (high in carbohydrates, protein, etc.) 
cause depression (passiveness), and which cause aggressiveness. Do 
neurotransmitters, such as seratonin, cause depression? And are they found 
in carbohydrates? If not, which foods are they actually most abundant in?
Thank-you all so much for your help, if you can provide any!
Thanks for your time!

Re: Do certain foods cause depression (passiveness)?

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