Don’t blame the turkey: The sleepy result of Thanksgiving dinner has other culprits

ST. GEORGE — It’s not the turkey’s fault.  Depending on one’s appetite or how many relatives and friends brought over more food for your Thanksgiving feast, there are usually many more items on the plate than Benjamin Franklin’s favorite bird.  Yet it’s always the turkey and its connection to that amino acid called L-tryptophan that […]

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