Tampa radio listeners hear nutritional tips for better sleep that include Suntheanine

Our diets could be keeping us awake at night, explained nutritional biochemist Dr. Shawn Talbott during a WHNZ interview on 1250 AM. Talbott elaborated that foods such as soda, caffeine and refined carbs can make us feel stressed, anxious or tense. Other foods, such as dairy products and tea help us relax thanks to tryptophan and theanine, respectively. Talbott recommended Suntheanine, a clinically researched and patented form of L-theanine, for listeners avoiding caffeine or who prefer taking supplements. Suntheanine increases alpha brain wave production, which leads to a state of alert relaxation. Taken during the day, Suntheanine helps the body process stress. Taken at night, it helps us relax so that we can have better sleep.

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