Associated Press Andrew Neff is an adjunct faculty in psychology at Rochester University. Neff says that Science and the internet agree that tryptophan — an amino acid in turkey — isn't the reason you feel sleepy after Thanksgiving dinner. All protein sources contain some of it. Some scientists have been investigating whether tryptophan and moods may be connected. While there's some evidence in favor, results are mixed.  ...

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