Posts Tagged ‘serotonin’

Mind in Your Cells

Posted on: June 6th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Emotional Brain According to neuroscience, emotions are processed and communicated not just in the brain as once believed, but on the outside of cells in the form of neuropeptides. Neuropeptides, discovered by researcher Candace Pert in the 1980’s, are the messenger molecules of your emotions. The discovery of neuropeptides as receptor cites on the outside […]

February’s Favorite Flavor

Posted on: February 19th, 2012 by Dr Kim Dr Hil

Chocolate’s Unique Chemistry By Chef Nelda The flavor of chocolate goes beyond Willie Wonka and Valentine’s Day. This secret craving can turn guilt into the best day ever when you understand the science behind the madness. Chocolate’s unique chemistry, taste and sensory properties can make it addictive. It has the perfect mix of sugar and […]