iHerb Customer Reviews
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Works better than standard L-tyrosine
Posted by Reviewer3034760 on Sep 29, 2008
The N-Acetyl Tyrosine seems to work better than L-Tyrosine, and at a much smaller dose. This particular brand seems to do well.
Posted by Reviewer2930255 on Feb 10, 2009
very good, gives my thyroid a boost
Source Naturals, N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, 300 mg, 120 Tablets (SNS-00217)
Posted by Reviewer1356004 on Jun 18, 2008
You can always rely on Source Naturals for product integrity. Over the last two months, upon the advice of my neuologist,I have been taking (2) 300 mg tabs daily, to increase serotonin production for mood enhancement. Personally, I have not seen the results that others claim, but its not to say that is doesn't work for most people.
Posted by Reviewer1128825 on Oct 15, 2008
Good product. Much more energy. Thanks!
Posted by danarm on Dec 01, 2012
In theory this is a better version of l-thyrosine. In practice, it doesn't have the same energy, mood and motivation effects on me. I also don't like that the pills are sour and acidic. I will stick to the plain l-thyrosine that I know and love.
A great way to get L-Tyrosine
Posted by Reviewer2102308 on Jan 24, 2007
This the N-Acetyl form of the Tyrosine means a small tablet and better absorption for mood support. I like it!
Great Supplemental Drug
Posted by Reviewer1579425 on Jul 04, 2010
I love using this product as a way to adjust my dosage of L-Tyrosine intake. I use this product to supplement the medicine for my hypothyroid condition. The recommended dosage of one pill is not quite enough for my body's needs. I like adding it to my daily routine when I have a need for more than normal. - Dallasite
Excellent Source of Tyrosine
Posted by Reviewer2431097 on Feb 26, 2012
Best absorbtion of Tyrosine I have tried. Great absorbtion makes up for low mg.
Posted by Reviewer2049649 on Dec 07, 2007
Works better than l-tyrosine
Posted by Reviewer1449610 on Aug 30, 2008
My husband uses this product on a daily basis. He feels it helps him maintain chemical messangers in the nervous system.