- Mucuna cochinchinensisis a natural source of L-DOPA
- N-acetyl-L-tyrosine and L-DOPA are precursors to the catecholamines dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine
- Catecholamines support wakefulness, cognitive function, motor control, and a healthy stress response
- N-acetyl-cysteine supports glutathione levels and scavenges free radicals
Take 1-2 capsules one to two times daily.
Use under the supervision of a healthcare provider. If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare provider before use.
Balance D is commonly used to control cravings, enhance memory, support the body's natural reward cascade, and improve muscle control. It is ideal for individuals with low dopamine levels. Contains ingredients important for the synthesis of dopamine, a catecholamine important for positive affect, mood, and memory.
*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.
2 Capsules contain:
- Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 200 mg
- Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal 5'-phosphate) 0.5 mg
- Folate (from (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid, glucosamine salt) 133 mcg
- Selenium (as L-selenomethionine) 70 mcg
- Proprietary Blend: 1.15 g N-acetyl-L-cysteine, N-acetyl-L-tyrosine, and Mucuna cochinchinensis seed extract (99% L-DOPA)
Vegetable capsules (Hypromellose, water), Microcrystalline cellulose, Magnesium stearate (vegetable source), and Silicon dioxide.
**This product uses Gnosis SpA’s (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid, glucosamine salt (Quatrefolic) and is protected by U.S. Patent No. 7,947,662. Quatrefolic is a registered trademark of Gnosis SpA., Milan, Italy.
from Illinois asked:
June 11, 2018
Can balance d be taken with Sinemet?
The best answer would be to check with the following site and track down someone who is skilled at amino acid treatment for Parkinson's and Parkinsonian syndromes.
In some early stages, Balance D might be sufficient to control the progression and symptoms and might be able to help a person reduce dependence on the drug approaches (that often make things worse anyway).
Dr. Hinz is a well-published clinician and is probably the country's leading expert in managing PD.
on June 18, 2018
from Sarasota, Florida asked:
January 24, 2015
Can this Balance D product be used to replace Sinemet which I take now for Parkinson's? I also take Rasagiline, an inhibiter. Do you have a natural product to replace this as well? Do I take both the pharma and naturals at the same time and ween off the pharmas? It's time to get off the meds now because they are making me worse! Help!
Dopamine overdose is a common concern with PD treatment. You would have to work with a doc that understands this and knows how to adjust med levels to get you in the right range.
That being said, Balance D is a very effective dopamine precursor and receptor support product. Many people can manage their PD with supplements like this.
We recommend reading Grain Brain by Perlmutter. That will point you in the right direction.
We also recommend neurotransmitter testing to get an idea of your body's neuro pools. Hope that helps.
If you can't find a doctor that can help adjust those medications properly, I can give some references of people that might be able to help.
on January 26, 2015
from Oregon asked:
July 12, 2014
I was recently tested and it turned up that my Vitamin D is BELOW the lowest number on the recommended chart. What can I do to get it up? If this supplement has no Vitamin D in it, how does it help 'Balance D'?
Your are right this product is not for vitamin D3 but for balancing dopamine. I would recommending taking the Thorne D2 10,000. It will bring up your D levels quite nicely. Here is the link:http://www.ovitaminpro.com/d10000.html
on July 12, 2014
from Georgia asked:
May 31, 2014
I had my levels checked a couple of years ago and my dopamine levels were very low. I took a series of supplements including Adrecor, Travecor and Balance D. I noticed a significant change in my quality of life. My energy level increased, depression and anxiety improved and I could focus better. I quit taking them when I became a caretaker for my mother and she died. I want to start taking amino acids again but we can't afford for to spend the kind of money we spent before. What do you recommend that I do?
I would start with the Adrecor and Travacor first. You can see how you feel after a few weeks. I usually recommendt 2 Adrecor before breakfast and 2 before lunch. Then 2 Travacor one hour before bed. There should be a shift within a couple of weeks.
on June 2, 2014