D-Phenylalanine, USP

According to my research I've come to the conclusion that D-Phenylalanine is a safe alternative to aspirin, tylenol, ibuprofen and opiates for acute and/or chronic pain. D-Phenylalanine is non-addictive and will not upset the stomach. By Bonnie O'Sullivan, Editor, The Road To Health Newsletter

Can D-Phenylalanine Raise Endorphin Levels?

Yes, D-Phenylalanine is able to raise your body’s natural level of endorphins. Specifically, D-Phenylalanine is an inhibitor of an enzyme called "carboxypeptidase A." This enzyme breaks down the endorphins that your body manufactures. Unfortunately, low endorphin levels may increase the production of adrenaline, thus raising blood pressure that usually makes the sensation of pain worse. By inhibiting carboxypeptidase A, D-Phenylalanine may help maintain higher levels of soothing endorphins throughout the day.

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