SEROTONIN

The Happy Hormone


Even though it is called the ‘happy hormone’, Serotonin is, in fact, a neurotransmitter that is

one of the key mood regulators within the human body.


Neurotransmitters are natural brain chemicals that help to transmit messages among cells.


When a message is conducted via a neurotransmitter it releases a signal to the next cell. In effect, a neurotransmitter is a chemical that allows nerve cells to communicate with one another.


When your body is stimulated to release Serotonin you will experience a sense of well being and contentment. Numerous studies have established that the release of Serotonin influences many aspects of your life including sleeping patterns, moods, behaviour patterns and hunger.


A lack of Serotonin can lead to food cravings. There are numerous ways that Serotonin production can be stimulated artificially, for example, through the use of nicotine and antidepressants. The most powerful and natural way to stimulate Serotonin production is through food.


The SureSlim Eating Plan is designed to ensure that Serotonin is stimulated and released efficiently after each meal, keeping the level of Serotonin constant between meals. It is the correct release of Serotonin that will help prevent cravings and keep you feeling full and content between meals.



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