Serotonin and/or Dopamine Deficiency

A nutrient is any substance that facilitates normal system function. The paper published by Dr. Hinz and his pioneering medical research team (referenced below) discussed the use of 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) which is a nutrient. When it is administered as a single agent, dopamine depletion may occur. If it induces dopamine depletion, then 5-HTP no longer functions as a nutrient, it is a drug. L-dopa may be administered as a nutrient. When it is administered as a single agent, serotonin depletion may occur. If it induces serotonin depletion, then L-dopa no longer functions as a nutrient, it is a drug. Read this 5-HTP paper

All of the health conditions listed below (and more) have nutritional components and considerations.

 

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