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Neuro-Replete

Neuro-Replete

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Looking for Neuro-Level? Neuro Level, a previous MHF product has been replaced with Neuro-Replete. Neuro-Replete contains ingredients very similar to and produces results very similar to that of Neuro-Level. From a clinical standpoint they are used for the same indications.

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Product Name Price Qty
Neuro-Replete 56 count
$36.00
Neuro-Replete 240 count
$112.00
148 USD
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Details

Looking for Neuro-Level? Neuro Level, a previous MHF product has been replaced with Neuro-Replete. Neuro-Replete contains ingredients very similar to and produces results very similar to that of Neuro-Level. From a clinical standpoint they are used for the same indications.

Technical Specs

Neuro Replete’s clinically researched formula addresses a critical area of neurotransmitter health that many formulas have overlooked — the need for balanced amino acid precursor administration. NeuroReplete is formulated based on research that started in 1995 and provides premium nutrients which support brain, gut and overall health. NeuroReplete’s balanced nutrient formula supports serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine production in proper ratio. Serotonin is associated with mood, appetite, sleep, memory, learning, and temperature regulation. Dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine (the catecholamines) are associated with control of movement, balance, motivation, focus, addiction and the drive for reward.

  • NeuroReplete provides balanced nutrients to support serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine production
  • NeuroReplete supports the enteric nervous system, which is associated with gastrointestinal health (Gut health)
  • NeuroReplete supports healthy neurotransmitter levels
  • NeuroReplete promotes brain health and wellness
  • NeuroReplete promotes post-synaptic neuron firing
  • NeuroReplete provides 5-HTP, which supports a normal feeling of well-being
  • NeuroReplete provides 5-HTP, which supports normal appetite
  • NeuroReplete provides 5-HTP, which supports normal sleep
  • NeuroReplete provides 5-HTP, which supports normal memory and learning
  • NeuroReplete provides L-tyrosine, which promotes normal control of movement
  • NeuroReplete provides L-tyrosine, which promotes normal balance
  • NeuroReplete provides L-tyrosine, which supports normal motivation
  • NeuroReplete provides L-tyrosine, which supports normal focus
  • NeuroReplete provides L-tyrosine, which supports nutrient needs associated with addiction

 

Suggested Dosage - 240 Count

2 to 4 capsules twice per day (preferably in the morning and late afternoon)or as directed by a healthcare professional

Ingredients (Serving Size 4 Capsules)

Vitamin C                               500mg

Vitamin B6 (P-5-P)                37.5mg

Folate (folic Acid)                  200mcg

Calcium (Calcium Citrate)    110mg

L-Lysine                                250mg

5-Hydroxytryptophan            150mg

            L-Tyrosine                             1500mcg

Extended Information

Warning

People with strong sulfur allergies should not use this product as L-Cysteine and L-Methionine are sulfur forming amino acids. Anyone taking antidepressant or mood stabilizing drugs should consult with their health care provider before using this product.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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