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Tyrosine ReviewTyrosine is an amino acid used to synthesize proteins and is made within the body. It is considered to be a non-essential amino acid and may be supplemented by eating a wholesome diet containing fish, turkey, dairy, and avocados. It increases the levels the neurotransmitters Dopamine, Epinephrine and Norepinephrine, thus improving alertness, attention and focus. Its effects have been subjective but one may notice reduced fatigue, improved mood and decreased stress. It is advised you cycle this supplement and take it as needed. Tyrosine is categorized under Dopaminergics. It is also known as 4-hydroxyphenylalanine.

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