Natural mood and stress support, for everything in life.
Use Serotonin Brain Food to boost your mood, anytime and anywhere.
Life doesn’t have to feel so crazy and stressful all of the time. Serotonin Brain Food is your go-to for natural mood support.
Use it to relax and be more productive.
Feel like your best self, and get more done.
With a positive mood, you’re exciting to be around and much more productive.
Serotonin is a key neurotransmitter linked to mood, happiness, and positive outlook.
Serotonin Brain Food includes all of the natural ingredients your body needs.
How Serotonin Brain Food Works
Serotonin Brain Food™ is designed to support the body's natural production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter essential to mental well-being.
- Supports a positive mood†
- Maintains healthy appetite & digestion†
- Promotes calmness & sense of well-being†
- Relieves stress & frustration†
This natural formula contains the precursors and cofactors required for healthy serotonin metabolism.
By providing your body the nutrients it needs to metabolize these neurotransmitters, it is able to achieve optimal levels naturally.
This method of naturally finding optimal levels also removes the chance of habituation or down-regulation, so you can safely take our Brain Foods to achieve and maintain optimal levels of Serotonin for long-term use
"Serotonin Brain Food gives me a baseline zen feeling... It makes major disturbances throughout the day feel less catastrophic. I definitely think you should try it out, I love this stuff."
I’m more than thrilled to say that with the first bottle of Serotonin Brain Food I could see progress and into the second bottle I AM DOING GREAT !!!!!
The serotonin brain food, has been great for mood stabilization and mental sharpness, glad I found it.
Serotonin brain food is an awesome supplement! I have been going through some really hard personal stuff. This supplement has worked wonders and helped me immensely through some hard things. It’s a great boost on top of a quality diet, plenty of sleep etc. I am amazed how well it works and don’t want to be without it!
Serotonin brain food is easy to digest, and a great way for me to pack a extra boost of clarity into my day when stressed, tired, or just hungover honestly! I have recommended this to anyone who will listen!!
- Rhodiola Rosea 400 mg
- L-Tryptophan 1,250 mg
- Vitamin B3 150 mg
- Magnesium Glycinate 50 mg
- Zinc Glycinate 20 mg
Used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years, this well-studied adaptogenic herb supports recovery and may reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. It has also been linked to improved mood, providing an uplifting boost in performance and energy.* [5,6]Read More About Rhodiola Rosea
L-Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that is one of the required nutrients for natural serotonin synthesis. The most common dietary sources of tryptophan include nuts and seeds, meats and dairy, fish and legumes.* Read More About L-Tryptophan
Vitamin B-3 (Niacinamide) is an essential vitamin that is also a
necessary cofactor for the proper metabolism of fat, carbohydrate, protein, and alcohol. It’s also closely involved in cell signaling and DNA repair. It’s used most extensively in the brain, gut and skin, which have a high cellular turnover rate. Our Vitamin B-3 source is a niacinamide, which has been carefully selected to reduce incidences of flushing - many other Vitamin B-3 sources are niacin, which can cause uncomfortable skin flushing.*Read More About Vitamin B3
Zinc glycinate is a critical factor in maintaining a healthy immune system, supporting optimal cell division and replication.* 
This innovative formula provides natural ingredients from vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that our bodies use as precursors and cofactors to support normal, healthy function of neurotransmitters.Read More About Zinc Glycinate
Please consult with a medical doctor before combining Serotonin Brain Food™ with other medications.
Take a serving of 2-3 capsules to support a positive mood, during situations of stress or irritability, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Avoid use in the evening.
Do not exceed 2 servings per day.
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Most companies use "proprietary blends" so they don't have to tell you the amount of each ingredient in their formulas. At Natural Stacks we believe it's your right to know exactly what you're putting into your body. We proudly publish our innovative formulas and ingredient suppliers in an open source format.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Serotonin Brain Food™?
Serotonin Brain Food™ is the first all-natural supplement designed to optimize levels of the neurotransmitter Serotonin.
What is Serotonin?
Serotonin is one of the brain’s most important neurotransmitters. Commonly considered the “happy molecule” serotonin is mainly associated with feelings of happiness, positive mood, mental calmness, and emotional balance.
When should I take Serotonin Brain Food™?
You should take 2-3 capsules to support a positive mood, during situations of stress or irritability, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
Are there any side effects with Serotonin Brain Food?
You are NOT ingesting the neurotransmitter directly. Like all of our Brain Foods, Serotonin Brain Food™ contains the vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that are involved in the metabolism of that respective neurotransmitter. You are not directly ingesting or manipulating that neurotransmitter. By providing your body the nutrients it needs to metabolize these neurotransmitters, it is able to achieve optimal levels naturally. This method of naturally finding optimal levels also removes the chance of down-regulation, so you can safely take our Brain Foods to achieve and maintain optimal levels of Serotonin for long-term use.
What is Serotonin's function?
Serotonin functions in many areas throughout the body, most notably in the central nervous system for mood support, and in the gastrointestinal tract for appetite regulation.
Serotonin was initially found to influence blood vessel constriction, but since the recent popularity of antidepressants like serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) we’ve learned that serotonin functions as the brain’s primary “mood equalizer,” regulating mood, memory, social behavior, anxiety, sleep, and learning ability.
How do you increase Serotonin naturally?
Based on the scientific evidence there are 4 best ways to increase serotonin levels naturally: daily exposure to sunlight, positive thinking and mindfulness, exercise, and diet.
When trying to increase serotonin levels naturally, the best first step is to ensure you deliver the essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients your body and mind need to support peak serotonin production.
Serotonin Brain Food™ contains the science-proven raw materials the brain needs to support optimal serotonin synthesis. These include tryptophan, B vitamins, magnesium, and zinc.
What is Serotonin Syndrome?
Serotonin Syndrome is a group of symptoms that can occur from certain medications or drugs that act on the serotonin pathway, increasing serotonin levels to extremely high amounts. Examples include SSRI’s, SNRI’s, TCAs, and MAOIs.
Symptoms range from mild to severe and include high body temperature, agitation, tremor, sweating, dilated pupils, increased reflexes and diarrhea.
Initial treatment consists of discontinuing medications that may be contributing.
The link between low serotonin and mood
Serotonin is the main neurotransmitter responsible for feelings of happiness and relaxation.
Lower levels of serotonin (serotonin deficiency) are linked with poor mood, depression, and anxiety.
When serotonin levels are at a healthy balance, we are more likely to feel happy, positive, and relaxed in all situations.
For this reason, serotonin is considered a "mood regulator,' directly linking your emotional well-being with the amount of serotonin present in the brain.
Low Serotonin and trouble sleeping
Serotonin is a calming neurotransmitter and if you have low levels, you may experience sleep disruptions and sleep disorders such as insomnia.
Stress is a major contributing factor to low serotonin, which can result in a cycle of disrupted sleep, and mood disturbances like depression, anxiety, or fatigue.
What Natural Stacks work well with Serotonin Brain Food?
All Natural Stacks are compatible with Serotonin Brain Food.
For greater calm: GABA Brain Food for calmness during the day and anxiety relief.
For motivation and a positive mood: Dopamine Brain Food can be taken with Serotonin for an added dose of motivation and mental drive in addition to a positive mood.
For an uplifting mood and productivity: CILTEP to feel more focused, productive, and upbeat during the day.
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