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

How Do Endorphins Help Eliminate Cravings?

When the body lacks endorphins, cravings may arise for foods or drugs that temporarily elevate these natural analgesics. Once these spikes of endorphins begin to wear off, though, withdrawal symptoms may occur. In fact, the dependency on morphine is believed to be due to morphine’s suppression of the body’s own production of endorphins. Withdrawal symptoms may be slow to disappear if the body’s production of endorphins does not return to normal levels.

D-Phenylalanine helps your endorphin level return to normal, which helps diminish withdrawal symptoms. 

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