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Tyrosine Tyrosine

Scitec Tyrosine is a dietary supplement containing L-tyrosine. It is a natural amino acid and a precursor for many important neurotransmitters. Tyrosine supplementation helps to increase psychophysical capacity, supports memory, and makes it easier to deal with stress. The preparation proves fantastic in physically active people – it can be used for improving the organism’s endurance and accelerating adipose tissue burning.

Tyrosine is a compound of the amphoteric amino acid group. It is often said to be an endogenous amino acid, as it can be synthesised by the organism if a sufficient amount of phenylalanine is provided. However, it’s chemical structure and the presence of an aromatic ring place it in the group of exogenous amino acids. The systemic activity of tyrosine is highly versatile, which is why it is a good idea to provide its proper amounts with food or good-quality supplements.

How does it work?
Most benefits connected with tyrosine supplementation is closely related to the activity of catecholamines in the organism. Increasing only tyrosine levels will not directly affect catecholamine levels, as the process of their synthesis is complicated and requires the presence of a few crucial enzymes. However, tyrosine is a substrate in their production. It proves helpful especially when catecholamines are running low. In that case, it is beneficial to provide the organism with “resources” it can use to produce neurotransmitters.

Mood stabilisation
Catecholamines play a substantial part in regulating the mood. Adrenaline stimulates the organism, increases energy and alertness. Next, noradrenaline helps to maintain emotional stability, helps to concentrate, and has a significant effect on generating memory traces. Dopamine, on the other hand, is active in the brain reward system, which means it makes it possible to feel pleasure and satisfaction, as well as increases motivation.

The neurotransmitters listed above require tyrosine to be synthesised. Providing the right amount of the precursor is crucial for proper catecholamine production, which helps to maintain balance in the nervous system and a stable positive mood.

Improved cognitive functions
The efficacy of tyrosine in terms of cognitive functions has been confirmed by clinical tests. One of relevant studies tested people who had not slept for 24 hours. In normal conditions, such sleep deprivation leads to significant deterioration of cognitive functions. Thanks to tyrosine supplementation, all participants in the study managed to maintain optimal intellectual capacity.

Similar tests have been conducted on military personnel. All subjects participated in intensive physical workout and then took a cognitive function test. The group treated with tyrosine achieved much better results than the controlled placebo group.

Test results allow to believe that tyrosine is a good way to increase intellectual capacity, especially when its deterioration is caused by stress (physical or psychosocial).

Support in hypothyroidism
Tyrosine can prove helpful when the thyroid gland does not produce hormones sufficiently, which usually entails slower metabolism and worse psychophysical shape. The main thyroid hormone, that is thyroxine, is produced out of tyrosine and iodine.

Tyrosine in sports supplementation
Tyrosine is a common component in pre-workout stacks and supplements aiming at adipose tissue burning. Many are based on caffeine and other stimulants that boost catecholamine release and increase energy. Tyrosine works well with them and prevents catecholamines from running out too soon.

Maintaining the right concentrations of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine is crucial for a good psychophysical shape. It helps to increase alertness, makes concentrating easier, and reduces reaction time. It can also delay the occurrence of tiredness. Many athletes also believe that pre-workout tyrosine supplementation means that more muscle fibres are active during physical effort. However, that claim has not yet been confirmed by scientific data.

Tyrosine supplementation helps to sculpt your body and reduce adipose tissue. Stimulating the dopaminergic and adrenergic systems can increase general energy expenditure and reduce appetite. Moreover, tyrosine is a precursor for a thyroid hormone, which can also help to boost metabolism and, consequently, make calorie burning more effective.

To sum up, Scitec Tyrosine is a supplement that will prove helpful when the organism is under excessive physical or intellectual strain. It works very well in the case of fatigue, concentration problems, or a low mood. Supplementation can also be beneficial for people struggling with hypothyroidism.

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Description
  • Precursor for key neurotransmitters
  • Beneficial for cognitive functions
  • Improves psychophysical capabilities
  • Helps to deal with stress
  • Optimises thyroid function
  • Increases physical efficiency
  • Improves activity of brain
  • Increases motivation
  • Regulates mood

Scitec Tyrosine is a dietary supplement containing L-tyrosine. It is a natural amino acid and a precursor for many important neurotransmitters. Tyrosine supplementation helps to increase psychophysical capacity, supports memory, and makes it easier to deal with stress. The preparation proves fantastic in physically active people – it can be used for improving the organism’s endurance and accelerating adipose tissue burning.

Tyrosine is a compound of the amphoteric amino acid group. It is often said to be an endogenous amino acid, as it can be synthesised by the organism if a sufficient amount of phenylalanine is provided. However, it’s chemical structure and the presence of an aromatic ring place it in the group of exogenous amino acids. The systemic activity of tyrosine is highly versatile, which is why it is a good idea to provide its proper amounts with food or good-quality supplements.

How does it work?
Most benefits connected with tyrosine supplementation is closely related to the activity of catecholamines in the organism. Increasing only tyrosine levels will not directly affect catecholamine levels, as the process of their synthesis is complicated and requires the presence of a few crucial enzymes. However, tyrosine is a substrate in their production. It proves helpful especially when catecholamines are running low. In that case, it is beneficial to provide the organism with “resources” it can use to produce neurotransmitters.

Mood stabilisation
Catecholamines play a substantial part in regulating the mood. Adrenaline stimulates the organism, increases energy and alertness. Next, noradrenaline helps to maintain emotional stability, helps to concentrate, and has a significant effect on generating memory traces. Dopamine, on the other hand, is active in the brain reward system, which means it makes it possible to feel pleasure and satisfaction, as well as increases motivation.

The neurotransmitters listed above require tyrosine to be synthesised. Providing the right amount of the precursor is crucial for proper catecholamine production, which helps to maintain balance in the nervous system and a stable positive mood.

Improved cognitive functions
The efficacy of tyrosine in terms of cognitive functions has been confirmed by clinical tests. One of relevant studies tested people who had not slept for 24 hours. In normal conditions, such sleep deprivation leads to significant deterioration of cognitive functions. Thanks to tyrosine supplementation, all participants in the study managed to maintain optimal intellectual capacity.

Similar tests have been conducted on military personnel. All subjects participated in intensive physical workout and then took a cognitive function test. The group treated with tyrosine achieved much better results than the controlled placebo group.

Test results allow to believe that tyrosine is a good way to increase intellectual capacity, especially when its deterioration is caused by stress (physical or psychosocial).

Support in hypothyroidism
Tyrosine can prove helpful when the thyroid gland does not produce hormones sufficiently, which usually entails slower metabolism and worse psychophysical shape. The main thyroid hormone, that is thyroxine, is produced out of tyrosine and iodine.

Tyrosine in sports supplementation
Tyrosine is a common component in pre-workout stacks and supplements aiming at adipose tissue burning. Many are based on caffeine and other stimulants that boost catecholamine release and increase energy. Tyrosine works well with them and prevents catecholamines from running out too soon.

Maintaining the right concentrations of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine is crucial for a good psychophysical shape. It helps to increase alertness, makes concentrating easier, and reduces reaction time. It can also delay the occurrence of tiredness. Many athletes also believe that pre-workout tyrosine supplementation means that more muscle fibres are active during physical effort. However, that claim has not yet been confirmed by scientific data.

Tyrosine supplementation helps to sculpt your body and reduce adipose tissue. Stimulating the dopaminergic and adrenergic systems can increase general energy expenditure and reduce appetite. Moreover, tyrosine is a precursor for a thyroid hormone, which can also help to boost metabolism and, consequently, make calorie burning more effective.

To sum up, Scitec Tyrosine is a supplement that will prove helpful when the organism is under excessive physical or intellectual strain. It works very well in the case of fatigue, concentration problems, or a low mood. Supplementation can also be beneficial for people struggling with hypothyroidism.

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Container size: 100 capsulesServing size: 2 capsulesServings per container: 50
per portion (2 capsules)amount%RDA
L-Tyrosine1000 mg*

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Bovine Gelatin, Dextrose, Anti- Caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate), Colors (Titanium Dioxide, Black Iron Oxide, Brilliant Black BN)

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Tyrosine - endogenous amino acid (synthesized within the body), one of the 22 protein amino acids building. It occurs naturally in animal food products (eggs, dairy, meat). If the deficiency, it can be synthesized by hydroxylation of phenylalanine, capable of being converted to tyrosine in the liver. It is a precursor of neurotransmitters: dopamine (the group of catecholamines, participating in the processes occurring in the nervous system, causing muscle coordination and participates in the synthesis of many hormones) and noradrenaline (counteracting stress, stimulating the heart and circulatory system, and increasing glycogenolysis and lipolysis participating in the processes of energy transformations). Tyrosine is a precursor of thyroid hormones responsible for the rate of change in metabolic processes and pigment (melanin). In the supplementation, preparations containing tyrosine are used in programs reducing body fat (weight loss), improve mood and are stimulants.
Dosage: Customarily 500-2000 mg per day.


 

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