Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA for short) essential for brain functioning, particularly in order to promote feelings of calmness and peace.
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Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA for short) is possibly the most essential of all of the nutrients deemed nonessential. It is essential for brain functioning, particularly in order to promote feelings of calmness and peace. GABA is classified as an inhibitory neurotransmitter (a substance which allows messages to be communicated at a cellular level within the nervous system) and is found all throughout the brain. It is created from glutamic acid being assisted by vitamin B6. GABA is created from the reaction that takes place between GAD (glutamic acid decarboxylase) and vitamin B6. GABA is essential in triggering the actions of a few different muscles and in maintaining their levels of activity. The bodyÆs ability to actually continually produce GABA on its own is somewhat hampered by the fact that B-chain vitamins are required for all of the reactions that take place in order to form and eventually synthesize GABA. Therefore, to keep GABA levels high, make sure to consume foods rich in B chain vitamins, especially ones with high Vitamin B6 content. Foods high in protein are also needed for successful GABA synthesis. The best foods to fulfill these jobs would be fish (mackerel especially) and wheat bran.