Serotonin generating foods: Squash, pumpkin, turnips, and celery.
Calcium rich foods: Salmon, sardines, green leafy vegetables, collards, filberts, kale, kelp, mustard greens, prunes, turnip greens, and watercress.
Magnesium rich foods: Avocados, brewer’s yeast, dulse, green leafy vegetables, salmon, and watercress.
Potassium rich foods: Avocados, brewer’s yeast, dulse, raisins, and winter squash.
B complex rich foods: Folic acid is in green leafy vegetables, asparagus, and spinach. Vitamin B6 is in poultry, fish oil, vegetables, sunflower seeds. Vitamin B12 is in poultry, fish and fish oil.
Seaweeds such as wakame and kombu contain sulfated fucoidans which support bone marrow stem cells production.
Avocados also contain tyrosine, a mood elevator. The processing of tyrosine in nervous tissue is associated with the growth and guidance of nerve pathways.
Ginseng for two months can assist with both stem cell growth and stem cell differentiation into specialized cells.
Ginkgo Biloba also assists with stem cell growth and differentiation. However do not take this if you are taking other medications.
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) rich fish and seafood. This omega 3 fatty acid plays a role in nerve cell growth, cognition and also modulates inflammatory responses.