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Turkey contains tryptophan, an amino acid which is a natural sedative. To put an ordinarily awake person into a state of slumber, it would generally have to be consumed on an empty stomach, in combination with little or no other protein (which limits the absorption of tryptophan by the body) and in much larger quantities (over 1 gram). In fact, chicken and ground beef contain almost the same amount of tryptophan as turkey — about 350 milligrams per 4-ounce serving.
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