- tyrosine is suitable for anybody with an interest in mental wellbeing.
anybody looking to increase their dopamine levels.
what is tyrosine?
- tyrosine is a natural isolated nutrient and the building block to your reward and pleasure chemical messenger; dopamine.
- our tyrosine is the world's 1st natural 750mg tyrosine from fermented corn.
tyrosine is a natural nutrient and the building block to your pleasure chemical messenger; dopamine. Dopamine is released when you derive pleasure from activities such as sex, great food and accomplishment.
tyrosine is a conditionally essential amino acid and the precursor to dopamine.
dopamine is responsible for helping to modulate body movements, sex drive (libido) and emotional states 
tyrosine has been shown to increase dopamine levels in the brain  and this is accomplished through the enzyme known as tyrosine hydroxylase which is an iron containing enzyme that transfers oxygen from the air into L-Dopa. L-Dopa is converted into dopamine. 
- take 1 tablet with a meal.
vegetable cellulose capsule, brown rice flour
anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate
- dopamine is your reward and pleasure chemical messenger which is released when you derive pleasure from activities such as sex, great food or accomplishment. According to the Natural Medicines Database, dopamine is also responsible for helping to modulate body movements, sex drive (libido), emotional states and the capacity to handle everyday stress.  in supporting dopamine production, tyrosine can help to enhance emotional wellbeing and mental function especially under situations involving environmental and emotional stress or when dopamine levels require additional support [7,8,9,]
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