Tyrosine powder is naturally sourced L-tyrosine and supports dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine (the catecholamines) production, while promoting evenly maintained dopamine levels without fluctuations. The catecholamines are associated with control of movement, balance, motivation, focus, addiction and the drive for reward.
Proper brain support requires a balance between the amino acid precursors supporting serotonin and those supporting the catecholamines. Tyrosine powder is appropriate when a healthcare professional determines that a patient would benefit from additional L-tyrosine support.
- Tyrosine powder supports dopamine production
- Tyrosine powder supports evenly maintained dopamine levels without fluctuations
- Tyrosine powder promotes post-synaptic neuron firing
- Tyrosine powder promotes normal control of movement
- Tyrosine powder promotes normal balance
- Tyrosine powder supports normal motivation
- Tyrosine powder supports normal focus
- Tyrosine powder supports nutrient needs associated with addiction
- Tyrosine powder supports normal reward drive
Tyrosine powder is intended to be used with NeuroReplete or D5. Tyrosine powder should only be administered when a medical evaluation by a healthcare professional determines that Tyrosine powder is appropriate for the patient’s healthcare plan.
CHK Nutrition does not have a suggested dosing for Tyrosine powder. Take as recommended by your healthcare professional.
Pregnant or nursing women should consult with their healthcare professional before taking Tyrosine powder.
Side effects of Tyrosine powder are general mild and typically only occur in a small percentage of the population. Side effects may include nausea, heartburn, gas and bloating.
CHK Nutrition offers a brochure for healthcare professionals that discusses side effects management. In addition, healthcare professionals can call to discuss ways to best manage side effects.
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