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conditions occur when serotonin concentrations are not enough, low, inadequate, depleted, deficient, or suboptimal on a modified normal diet.TM
conditions occur when dopamine concentrations are not enough, low, inadequate, depleted, deficient, or suboptimal on a modified normal diet.TM
conditions occur when glutathione concentrations are not enough, low, inadequate, depleted, deficient, or suboptimal on a modified normal diet.TM
Giving only glutathione or glutathione precursors can deplete serotonin and dopamine.TM
The centrally acting monoamines (monoamines) are serotonin, dopamine, norephinephrine, and epinephrine.
Symptoms caused by low concentrations of serotonin
maybe identical to symptoms caused by low concentrations of dopamine.
Symptoms caused by low concentrations of dopamine
maybe identical to symptoms caused by low concentrations of serotonin.
A disease may be accompanied by symptoms caused by hyposerotoninergicTM (low serotonin concentrations), hypodopaminergicTM (low dopamine concentration), or hypoglutathionemiaTM (low glutathione conditions). Confusion may occur since symptoms caused by low serotonin concentrations and symptoms caused by low dopamine concentrations may be identical. Therefore, managing symptoms caused by low serotonin or low dopamine with only a serotonin approach or a dopamine approach means some patients are on the wrong approach and cannot achieve optimal results. While patients managed on the wrong protocol may experience some relief of symptoms, long-term control of symptoms typically does not occur, and relapse is common. The following are excerpts from peer-reviewed literature that document that symptoms caused by low serotonin or low dopamine may accompany a disease. The system must make more when symptoms are caused by low, inadequate, suboptimal serotonin, dopamine, and glutathione concentrations. Standard non-amino acid drugs treat symptoms caused by serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione and do nothing to increase the synthesis required when the cause of symptoms is low serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione.
To access the protocol, which determines if a hyposerotoninergic or hypodopaminergic condition is causing symptoms that accompany the disease. The starting point (except for hypodopaminergic conditions accompanying Parkinson’s disease and Restless Leg Syndrome) is the hyposerotoninergic condition protocol (Open PDF).
The following discusses hyposerotoninergic and hypodopaminergic conditions that may accompany disease on the optimally modified diet. Hinz Medical Foods (pills or tablets) can establish systemic serotonin and dopamine concentrations higher than possible with the optimally modified normal diet,
ANXIETY may be accompanied by
DEPRESSION may be accompanied by
Parkinson’s Disease may be accompanied by
- Hypodopaminergic conditions (Open PDF)
INSOMNIA may be accompanied by
ADHD may be accompanied by
FATIGUE may be accompanied by
MIGRAINE may be accompanied by
OCD may be accompanied by
PTSD may be accompanied by
Fibromyalgia may be accompanied by
- Hyposerotonergic conditions (Open PDF)
Alzheimers may be accompanied by
HyposerotoninergicTM / HypodopaminergicTM Condition Starting PointTM Protocol
Figure 1: If symptoms have resolved completely after seven days on any level, do not increase to the next level, do not order testing. Increase to the next level if symptoms are still present after seven days. Order lab testing after seven days on level 3 if symptoms are still present. Lab testing determines if the serotonin or dopamine protocol is required. Dosing levels 1-3 do not require lab testing. Do not increase to level 4 through level 9 or switch to the dopamine protocol without first obtaining a serotonin and dopamine assay.