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Gamma-aminolbutyric acid (GABA) is the main calming neurotransmitter in the body. It blocks stress and anxiety related messages from reaching the motor centers of the brain by occupying their receptor sites.
Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid synthesized in the body from the essential amino acid phenylalanine. The typical dietary amount provided by a 3 oz portion of animal protein is 0.3-1 g of tyrosine. Tyrosine is the precursor amino acid from which the body makes Dopamine (with vitamin B6 as cofactor), which is then converted to Nor-epinephrine (with vitamin C as cofactor ) and then to Epinephrine (with SamE as cofactor). Tyrosine competes for uptake with other large neutral amino acids, so in order to maximize absorption from the supplemented Tyrosine into various tissues (such as brain, adrenals, nerves), it should be taken on an empty stomach, or two hours away from a protein containing meal
120 count (1,000 mg)
5-HTP ( fifty mg)
Our modern, stressful lives lower levels of the feel-good neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin depletion leads to food cravings, depression, and other mood disorders. The pharmaceutical industry has responded to the serotonin crisis by creating a wide array of medications which seek to restore serotonin metabolism. A better approach may be to replete serotonin naturally by using its precursor, 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP). Naturally restoring serotonin levels may help promote healthy mood levels and may also reduce food cravings.
ExcitaCor (has been replaced by ZeniQuil)
Zeniquil a calming, non-drowsy formula that's "just right" for patients with anxiousness and fatigue.*
* Stimulating neurotransmitter support
* Specifically targets the catecholamines
* Suggested uses: low mood, stress, low energy
Inositol 900 mg Capsules
Inositol is one of the most versatile nutrients for promoting brain wellness, a positive and relaxed outlook, and restful sleep. It also is one of the most crucial nutrients for promoting female hormonal health through its role in supporting optimal liver function. Inositol also helps maintain healthy serotonin metabolism, and by so doing helps treat many conditions that involve poor serotonin function. Inositol promotes liver health, and works especially well when taken along with phosphatidyl choline. Inositol is a pleasant, mildly sweet tasting powder that dissolves instantly in water. Patients love the taste!
SAMe is a naturally occurring metabolite found in the human body as well as in plant and animal foods. SAMe is naturally synthesized in humans from the amino acid methionine in the presence of the cofactors B12 and folate. SAMe is the most active of all methyl donors and has been compared to ATP in its importance for the body. 30
The amino acid tryptophan helps boost levels of serotonin, a mood-enhancing neurotransmitter involved in promoting a sense of well being, calm, personal security, relaxation, confidence, concentration and appetite control. Tryptophan supports anxious and agitated individuals who have serotonin-deficiency challenges.
5-HTP ( one hundred mg)
Kavinace combines two powerful GABA-enhancing ingredients to provide a relaxing effect on the brain and body.
Custom Blend Amino Acid Powder
Custom Amino Acid Base [ Powder ]
Factors such as stress, anxiety, poor health, intense exercise, aging and lack of quality protein sources in the diet can create amino acid deficiencies. Even when consuming a diet rich in protein, usable levels of amino acids may not get to the blood stream due to poor digestion. Insufficient levels of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, poor intestinal health and lack of nutrients necessary for amino acid metabolism can result in poor metabolism of proteins. Custom Amino Acid Base (CAAB) can provide an immediate response for the amino acid deficient patient.
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