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Tyrosine Plus

« Neurotransmitters are substances responsible for transferring brain messages from one nerve cell to another through the entire body. Some order muscles to contract, others order the body to relax.
The neurotransmitters created by Tyrosine are called catecholamines [L-dopa, dopamine, noradrenaline, adrenalin]. When they are released from nerve cells, they cause alertness and mental awakening, positive mood and a healthy response to stress. The best known of these neurotransmitters generated by Tyrosine is adrenaline.
Tyrosine, then, can help relieve depression. It may be effective protecting against premenstrual and menopause symptoms and is able to increase learning potential.
A shortage of Tyrosine may slow down thyroid function. The thyroid is responsible for the rate of your body metabolism. It determines how fast you grow and if the food you eat is stored as fat or burned as energy or used in regeneration processes. It does all this by secreting the hormone thyroxine [Tyrosine + Iodine] … so, if the thyroid does not reach a sufficient amount of Tyrosine, the result may be: chronic fatigue, obesity, lack of growth and reduced resistance to disease. All these problems can be avoided by supplementing the diet with Tyrosine (along with iodine, its natural cofactor). By stimulating the thyroid gland, the rate of metabolism increases, helping the body to move fat deposits and to use food more efficiently. These changes help you lose weight.
The conversion of phenylalanine to tyrosine takes place by means of the L-phenylalanine oxidase enzyme, i.e. the enzyme lacking in subjects suffering from inborn error of metabolism defined phenylketonuria. The disease entails a plasma accumulation of phenylalanine, which also means an amount of Tyrosine insufficient for the production of catecholamines, neurotransmitters from L-dopa to adrenaline, and can also slow down the thyroid function. People with phenylketonuria should avoid phenylalanine, but need to supplement their diet with Tyrosine! Tyrosine eventually helps your body maintain your desired weight once you reach it after a weight-loss diet. Staying slim is harder than losing weight! Tyrosine, however, can be helpful» [1].


[1] Rober Erdamann, Amino revolution.
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