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so maybe we should swallow some seeds whole???


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I read an article years ago about sugar and depression. I always wondered why the depression would be worse around holiday times. Made total sense after reading the it. I would consume more junk around those times. I changed my diet and it is gone. Now I only feel a little depressed when I get my monthly.
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lol Symbi!!! Says something, I guess??!!
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so maybe we should swallow some seeds whole???


Well there's the blood brain barrier that stops serotonin being absorbed directly from the gut to the brain.  But the serotonin helps the gut move digestion along that's for sure.  I love goji berries for instance!  Wouldn't try any old seed lots could be poisonous (even peach seeds are)! Though some people may find them too harsh.

Was just a freaky fact I was throwing out there!


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