Tyrosine

120
Capsules

Stress can drain your brain of the neurotransmitters necessary for emotional balance and mental performance. Our Tyrosine capsules can help replenish what stress depletes, by providing the raw materials your body needs to make more of these crucial brain chemicals.*

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Mood

Mood

Promotes positive mood and emotional balance
Clarity

Clarity

Enhances clear thinking and cognitive function
Stress Support

Stress Support

Supports a healthy response to everyday stress
Supplement Facts
Serving Size 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container 60
Amount Per Serving % DV
Tyrosine(l-tyrosine)
(free form amino acid)
1000 mg *
* Daily Value (DV) not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose (vegetarian capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.

Free from milk/dairy, gluten, wheat, yeast, soy, eggs, corn, or artificial colors or flavoring.
  • Sugar Free
  • Corn Free
    Corn Free
  • Soy Free
  • Artificial Additive Free
  • Gluten/Yeast Free
  • No Animal Products

Month 1

Clinically studied nutrients get to work

Month 2-3

Nutritional deficiencies are corrected (varies by person)

Month 4 & Beyond

Amplify the benefits & support long-term health

Take On The Day With Tyrosine

Tyrosine supports the brain, adrenals and thyroid, especially when coping with stress or intense mental strain.

PROMOTES HEALTHY EMOTIONAL BALANCE

Tyrosine is a precursor (starting molecule) for the catecholamine neurotransmitters dopamine (DA) and norepinephrine (NE). The brain needs DA especially for working memory ("multitasking"), and NE especially for cognitive adaptability. NE and DA operate in synchrony with the brain's other neurotransmitters to promote healthy mood, behavior and mental focus.

SUPPORTS MENTAL FOCUS UNDER STRESSFUL CHALLENGE

Stress, or sometimes just intense mental effort, intensifies brain activity and depletes supplies of DA and NE. The brain has special transport enzymes that import l-tyrosine across the blood-brain barrier, as needed to replete DA and NE. In a double-blind clinical trial, a 2-gram dose of tyrosine helped undergrad students perform better at multitasking, to "make the right choices" under mental challenge.

SUPPORTS HEALTHY ADRENAL GLAND FUNCTION

Emotional intensity or stress stimulates the adrenals to release NE, and E (epinephrine, adrenaline) that they make from NE. This NE helps the brain cope with the challenge. The adrenals also rely on DA for their normal stress response. Healthy adrenal function requires ample l-tyrosine to sustain their production of DA, NE and E.

SUPPORTS HEALTHY THYROID GLAND FUNCTION

The thyroid makes the hormone thyroxine (tetraiodothyronine, T4). This hormone helps regulate the body's energy metabolism, but when under stress may make less T4. The brain needs l-tyrosine in order to regulate the thyroid to ensure T4 production.

Healthy Stress Response

Tyrosine supports the brain, adrenals and thyroid, especially when coping with stress or intense mental strain.

Promotes Healthy Emotional Balance

Tyrosine is a precursor (starting molecule) for the catecholamine neurotransmitters dopamine (DA) and norepinephrine (NE). The brain needs DA especially for working memory ("multitasking"), and NE especially for cognitive adaptability. NE and DA operate in synchrony with the brain's other neurotransmitters to promote healthy mood, behavior and mental focus.

Supports Mental Focus Under Stressful Challenge

Stress, or sometimes just intense mental effort, intensifies brain activity and depletes supplies of DA and NE. The brain has special transport enzymes that import l-tyrosine across the blood-brain barrier, as needed to replete DA and NE. In a double-blind clinical trial, a 2-gram dose of tyrosine helped undergrad students perform better at multitasking, to "make the right choices" under mental challenge.

Supports Healthy Adrenal Gland Function

Emotional intensity or stress stimulates the adrenals to release NE, and E (epinephrine, adrenaline) that they make from NE. This NE helps the brain cope with the challenge. The adrenals also rely on DA for their normal stress response. Healthy adrenal function requires ample l-tyrosine to sustain their production of DA, NE and E.

Supports Healthy Thyroid Gland Function

The thyroid makes the hormone thyroxine (tetraiodothyronine, T4). This hormone helps regulate the body's energy metabolism, but when under stress may make less T4. The brain needs l-tyrosine in order to regulate the thyroid to ensure T4 production.

Ingredients
Tyrosine
Tyrosine
1000 mg

Tyrosine (l-tyrosine) is an amino acid that is required for the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. The thyroid gland needs tyrosine to make the hormone thyroxine, and the skin needs it to make melanin. Having sufficient quantities of tyrosine in the brain promotes mental clarity in dealing with stress.

How Stress Messes With Your Biochemistry

Burning the candle at both ends? You may have burned through your reserves of dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine, too.

These important neurotransmitters can be depleted under periods of extreme stress or mental demand. That’s a problem, because they help to stabilize your mood, sharpen your mental function, and help you respond to stressful situations. Stress also does a number on your adrenal glands and thyroid.

Fortunately, our Tyrosine supplement can help you handle stress with more composure.

How Tyrosine Supports Your Brain

Tyrosine is an amino acid and the raw material your body uses to make the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine.* Tyrosine supplements can cross the blood-brain barrier, where they help increase production of these brain chemicals.* Multiple double-blind clinical trials have shown that tyrosine provides cognitive and mood support by improving:

  • Working memory*
  • Cognitive flexibility*
  • Decision-making*

Tyrosine also has been shown to improve cognitive function in the elderly at a dose of 2 grams a day.*

• OUR CEO SAYS •

“Your brain needs tyrosine to promote focus and clarity, especially when you’re coping with stress and mental strain.”

- Daniel G. Amen, MD 

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    As a standalone supplement ingredient for those at risk of deficiency, iron is beneficial – we offer advanced iron in its most well-tolerated and well-absorbed form: ferrous bisglycinate, Ferrochel®. However, when combined with other nutrients (like it is in a comprehensive multivitamin), iron’s chemically reactive nature can degrade and potentially destroy the other ingredients it’s mixed with.
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How Tyrosine Supports Your Adrenal Glands

Your adrenal glands help regulate your metabolism and response to stress by manufacturing a variety of neurotransmitters. During periods of heightened stress, mental strain, or emotionally intense situations, the adrenals release norepinephrine and epinephrine to help your brain cope with the challenge of the moment. They use dopamine to support attention, memory, and cognition.

But all that hinges on tyrosine. Your adrenal glands must have a healthy supply of tyrosine to make the neurotransmitters that keep you feeling emotionally stable, mentally sharp, and adaptable to stress.*

• OUR CEO SAYS •

“A really awesome quote from Dr, Amen about how awesome this product is.”

- Daniel G. Amen, MD 

How Tyrosine Supports Your Thyroid

Your thyroid gland makes hormones that regulate your mood and energy levels. Unfortunately, stress can reduce the thyroid’s production of the hormone thyroxine (also called tetraiodothyronine or T4) – just when you need energy and mood support the most. Tyrosine helps bring your T4 back to optimal levels so you can be at the top of your game, both emotionally and physically.*

Clinically Researched Benefits

As a company firmly rooted in science, we use only clinically researched ingredients that create real results. Here are the functions of the body that our Tyrosine supplement supports:

  • Cognitive function, especially under stress*
  • Positive mood and emotional balance*
  • Healthy response to everyday stress*
  • Healthy adrenal gland function*
  • Healthy thyroid gland function*
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Supplement form Capsules Capsules Capsules
Health Benefits Mood Clarity Stress Support Mood Calm Focus Digestion Mood Stress Support
Ingredients Tyrosine Vitamin B6 L-Tyrosine GABA L-Glutamine L-Taurine 5-Hydroxytryptophan Lactobacillus helveticus Strain R52 Bifidobacterium longum Strain R175
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know whether I need this supplement?
Different people vary widely in their DA, NE and E status. Extensive animal and human research indicates that intense mental effort, especially when maintained over periods of days to weeks, can deplete these crucial brain transmitters. The more busy you are and the more mentally strained, the more likely you are to need Tyrosine.
What's the best way to take this supplement?
It's very important to take Tyrosine a couple hours away from food, because certain amino acids from proteins you've recently digested can compete with l-tyrosine for the brain's transporters and block its delivery to the brain.
How much should I take for best results?
A good maintenance dose is 2 capsules once or twice daily between meals. Depending on their pace of life some individuals may benefit from substantially higher intakes, as recommended by a nutritionally-informed physician.
Can vegetarians take this product?
Yes, it is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
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