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Neurons have direct contact with each other which is how they transfer information. True or False?
Which neurotransmitter is inhibitory in its action? Glutamine, Adrenaline, Glycine or Acetylcholine?
Which neurotransmitter is responsible for reward pathways and may help with addictions?
What amino acid is a precursor to Noradrenaline?
A client is feeling mildly depressed and anxious. Which neurotransmitter deficiency may be involved?
GABA helps to....
Control motor function and reduce anxiety
Which neurotransmitter may help to decrease pain?
Which nutrients are important for Serotonin production?
Tryptophan, vit C, B6, zinc
Which amino acid is required for GABA synthesis?
Availability of these nutrients is the limiting step in the formation of acetylcholine.
Choline and acetyl CoA
The neurotransmitter associated with IBS-diarrhoea is
What nutrients are required to make dopamine?
Fe, vit C, NAD (B3), B6
What are the main (transamine) nutrients required for protein metabolism?
Which nutrients are required to produce tyrosine from phenylalanine?
PHE hydroxylase requires Fe, vit C, NAD (B3)
What are the sulphur amino acids?
Cysteine, taurine, methionine
What nutrients are required for all major neurotransmitter synthesis?
amino acids, vit B6, Mg, B vitamins, Fe
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