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DLPA and Tyrosine

Questions Asked to Hyla Cass, MDDLPA and Tyrosine
Hyla Cass, MD Staff asked 1 year ago

Would you clarify for me whether one should take both (DLPA and Tyrosine)or just one? I ask regarding use their use for reversing depleted endorphins. I read in one place that both are recommended but at some point in your book you mention taking one OR the other. I see that DLPA converts to tyrosine. Can you clarify whether it’s best to take just one, or to take both?

Thanks for any assistance – Debra

Sannywex replied 2 days ago

Make a more new posts please :)
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Sannywex replied 5 days ago

Make a more new posts please :)
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Hyla Cass MD replied 6 days ago

DLPA is upstream and converts to tyrosine and eventually to dopamine. AN advantage to DLPA is that is releases PEA (phenethylamine) which raises endorphins. In fact that is part of the charm of chocolate– it contains PEA!. More info can be found in my free ebook: Reclaim Your Brain, accessible on my home page, or by clicking here: http://cassmd.com/reclaimsignup

Hyla Cass MD replied 6 days ago

DLPA is upstream and converts to tyrosine and eventually to dopamine. AN advantage to DLPA is that is releases PEA (phenethylamine) which raises endorphins. In fact that is part of the charm of chocolate– it contains PEA!.

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