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Solanine is known as an aceytlcholinesterase inhibitor – it acts to prevent the breakdown of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine (ACh), leading to excessive build-up of ACh in nerve receptor sites.
As a side note, “nerve gas” and some pesticides also act as ACh inhibitors – foods containing solanine actually act like toxic chemicals!
Solanine acts as an acetyl cholinesterase inhibitor (similar to Malathion, Parathion and other “nerve gasses”) allowing acetylcholine to build up in the synapses.
This action allows for constant over-stimulation of Ach receptors, especially within the nervous system as its responsible for stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system.
Solanines are not water soluble, are not destroyed by cooking, and are not broken down inside the body but must be excreted as alpha-solanine. Interestingly most “foods” that contain alpha-solanine also contain at least 5 other neurotoxins including atropine and nicotine.