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Re: 5-HTP confirmed to lower Tyrosine stimulation myco

Posted by myco on March 9, 2009, at 22:48:22

In reply to Re: 5-HTP confirmed to lower Tyrosine stimulation myco, posted by myco on March 9, 2009, at 22:43:32

In fact by inhibiting AADC's in the gut you actually increase sythesis of dopamine and seratonin in the cns. There is no detrimental effect I can see based on the results i've looked at.


> AADC's (I know of 3 thus far) act both in the periphery and in the cns.
> See:
> Turner et al. 2006. Seratonin a la carte: Supplementation with the seratonin precursor 5-hydroxytryptophan. Pharmacology & Therapeutics. Mar;109(3):325-38.
> in press version available for free here:
> (
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> > I've read the opposite in a few studies...seems EGCG doesn't pass the blood brain barrier at all...merely inhibits AADC in the gut resulting in lower periferal seratonin and dopamine.
> >
> > ------------
> >
> > > i don't know why it was written that would help...if you stop 5ht synthesis in the gut, you also stop it in the brain. EGCG passes the bbb...carbidopa doesn't thats why it is used
> > >
> > > -d/r
> >
> >




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