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, as such, is found in any source of complete protein (i.e. eggs, soy, dairy, or any meat) and several incomplete sources (potatoes, rice, wheat, etc.). Turkey meat doesn't contain an especially … great amount of it (about 0.24g/100g), being comparable to chicken or beef. Egg whites, soy, and cod contain far more typtophan, yet those foods seem to have avoided any association with sleepiness. More than 1 gram, which would require over 400 grams (nearly 1 pound) of turkey meat to get. …
answered Sep 5 '13 by Compro01