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Are there any natural sources of orexin peptides?

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Old 11-02-2009, 10:17 PM
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Default Are there any natural sources of orexin peptides?



Or foods that help to increase the production of orexin (no, I'm not mis-spelling it haha). I read that orexin is key to wakefulness, and I have a lot of studying to do. That's why I'm wondering about it.
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