Relative nutritional deficiencies associated with centrally acting monoamines

International Journal of General Medicine, 05/10/2012

Humans suffering from chronic centrally acting monoamine–related disease are not suffering from a drug deficiency; they are suffering from a relative nutritional deficiency involving serotonin and dopamine amino acid precursors. Whenever low or inadequate levels of monoamine neurotransmitters exist, a relative nutritional deficiency is present. These precursors must be administered simultaneously under the guidance of monoamine transporter optimization in order to achieve optimal relative nutritional deficiency management. Improper administration of these precursors can exacerbate and/or facilitate new onset of centrally acting monoamine–related relative nutritional deficiencies.

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