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Re: source for l-tryptophan

Posted by Fivefires on October 22, 2007, at 22:33:21

In reply to Re: source for l-tryptophan Fivefires, posted by sregan on October 20, 2007, at 13:13:05

> I wouldn't call tyrosine the opposite of tryptophan. One is the precursor of serotonin the other dopamine.

Tks Shawn. Which one is the precursor to dopamine?

> Also Check into selenium for thyroid function. It is supposed to be very important.

Until can get into appt w/ endo (earliest January) trying a supplement called Thyroid Energy by NOW. Has L-Tyrosine, kelp, irish moss, guggul(?), ashwagandha, trace minerals, b vites 6&12, folate, iodine, zinc, SELENIUM 50mcg, and copper.

Haven't noticed anything really, but have only taken maybe 4days now.

> Shawn

I'd appreciate it if you'd let me know.





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