N-Acetyl L-tyrosine vs L-Tyrosine

  1. N-Acetyl L-tyrosine vs L-Tyrosine


    I know what tyrosine is good for etc.... and that N-Acetyl L-tyrosine is suppose to be a more bioavaible form. Whats a good dose i'm thinking between 250mg-500mg? Another reason I'm asking is because it seems when I try to do over 2gr of the bulk powder I get some stomach issues. I thought I was getting 3gr in earlier but I was measuring wrong and it was only like 1.7gr.

    I could get some from custom capsule at 500mg per cap for like $55...seems kinda steep.
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  2. Supposedly, regular L-Tyrosine is more bioavailable than NAT.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Force of Green View Post
    Supposedly, regular L-Tyrosine is more bioavailable than NAT.
    This is my understanding as well.

  4. So i'm a jack ass and have been reading this wrong then. L-Tyrosine>than NAT?
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  5. BTW FOG lookin diced' nice work
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    BTW FOG lookin diced' nice work
    Thanks Distilled! I appreciate it holmes!

    Yeah, the acetyl group was an attempt to make something 'fancy' that would be superior, but it's the other way around...
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