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HealthWise® L-Tyrosine is a 100% pure pharmaceutical grade amino acid. Tyrosine is found in many high protein foods and is synthesized in the body from the amino acid Phenylalanine.
L-Tyrosine plays a role as a precursor to various neurotransmitters and hormones found in the human brain.
The word "tyrosine" is from the Greek tyrós, meaning cheese, as it was first discovered in 1846 by German chemist Justus von Liebig in the protein casein from cheese.
Note: The above measurements display the amount of milligrams per amino equivalent to a 5ml metric teaspoon. Powders are loosely filled, levelled but not compacted.
HealthWise® Amino Powders are pure pharmaceutical grade powders and are packed by weight not volume, without the use of fillers or flowing agents. Some of the powders are slightly hygroscopic (retain moisture) and this can result in clumping. This can be broken apart with a spoon before taking or dissolved in water.
1/2 to 1 teaspoon can be added to coconut water, fruit or vegetable juice. Servings are best taken at least 30mins before meals.
L-Tyrosine should be taken before meals, preferably 30 minutes before, and divided into two or three doses daily, with juice or coconut water.
Tyrosine supplements are best taken with a B group or multivitamin/mineral complex because vitamins B6, B9, folic acid and the copper mineral help in the conversation of L-Tyrosine in the body.
Please note: This product is sold as a Food Only.
For specific conditions please consult your healthcare professional.
HealthWise® is a trademark of KRPAN Enterprises
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