5HTP is a building block for the vital neurotransmitter serotonin, key for treating depression and also helpful for a wide range of conditions linked to low serotonin, including obesity, insomnia, migraine and premenstrual syndrome.
5HTP is considered safer than Tryptophan.
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Boost your serotonin levels, improve your well-being and lose weight with 5-hydroxytryptophan (5HTP) Profound Supplement.
What are the benefits of 5HTPPro?
While the symptoms of depression can vary widely from sufferer to sufferer, one thing most patients have in common is lower-than-normal levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin. 5HTP is a building block of serotonin, which, when taken as a supplement, boosts serotonin levels in the brain. Higher serotonin levels lead to better control over your moods. In fact, many believe 5HTP is more effective than Prozac. It has even been shown to help in cases of ‘therapy resistant’ depression.
Low levels of serotonin have been linked with insomnia, migraine, and PMS, all of which can be alleviated by taking a 5HTP supplement.
A well as stabilizing mood, patients taking 5HTP have reported weight loss as a result of feeling fuller more quickly and for longer. Clinical studies have shown that 5HTP aids to weight loss by suppressing appetite.
Fibromyalgia and chronic pain have been linked with lower-than-normal levels of serotonin. Fibromyalgia sufferers report a reduction of symptoms such as morning stiffness, pain, and sleep disturbances when taking 5HTP.
5HTP is usually produced naturally in the body from an amino acid called tryptophan, then converted to serotonin when required. A 5HTP supplement helps to boost serotonin levels when tryptophan is in short supply.
5HTPPro supplement is derived naturally from the seeds of the Griffonia simplicifolia shrub. The dosage is stable and safer than alternatives such as tryptophan or l-tryptophan, which are derived from easily contaminated fermented bacteria.
Please note that taking 5HTPPro at the same time as other serotonin-boosting therapies (e.g., Prozac) is not advised unless under the guidance of a physician.