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Amino Acids

L-Tyrosine 500mg

Stay cool and focused even under pressure

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Supporting brain performance

  • improves focus and alertness
  • helps manage stress
  • supports macronutrients metabolism

The modern-day person has a lot on their plate – a career, an active lifestyle, a family, and other things they need to take care of. It can sometimes get stressful. To make sure you’re achieving everything you set out to achieve, you may look to destress and relax. Alongside activities, you may consider giving your brain a hand by supplementing with foods that can help us manage your mood.

One such food is l-tyrosine. Tyrosine is an amino acid – we make it ourselves from another amino acid, phenylalanine. However, in times of stress, we need more than we can make. It has a variety of functions, playing a role in immunity, digestion and muscle building. Importantly, it helps create neurotransmitters, which are the signaling molecules in the brain. It’s important to replenish those during times of stress.

What can tyrosine do for your brain?

Tyrosine is a powerful tool to enhance brain performance whether you are stressed or not. It can:

  • Enhance memory and concentration during stress;
  • Make it easier to switch between different tasks during stress;
  • Improve thinking and memory when working on challenging or demanding problems;
  • Make you react faster.

Athletes may also benefit from l-tyrosine, when performing exercises that require focus and fast reactions.

So, the next time you’ve got a lot going on, consider pairing relaxation techniques and exercise with a supplement like Maxler L-Tyrosine 500mg to give your brain a helping hand.

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 100

Amount per serving %Daily Value
L-Tyrosine 500 mg *

*Daily value not established.

Other Ingredients: Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (capsule), Magnesium Stearate.

Directions: As a dietary supplement, take one serving (1 capsule) daily, preferably with a meal.


L-tyrosine is used to make neurotransmitters like dopamine, which plays a role in memory. It also makes adrenaline and noradrenaline – these help us respond to stress. L-tyrosine is also used to make thyroid hormones, which help regulate our metabolism. Finally, it makes melanin, which is the compound that gives skin and hair their color.

As an athlete, you can benefit from l-tyrosine in multiple ways. As an amino acid, it plays a role in building protein. Its beneficial brain-boosting ability can also apply to sport. If you’re someone who plays a sport that requires you to aim accurately or to make quick decisions, taking tyrosine before exercise can improve your performance. You can combine it with caffeine and theanine for a greater effect.

Stress is a normal part of our lives, and so it’s important to have the tools to be able to cope with stress in a healthy way. When you’re stressed, you should pay attention to the way you eat and how much you exercise – this can fall on the backburner when you’re stressed. Healthy eating and exercise help to keep you energized as well as provide a break from the cause of your stress.

Try to make time for activities you enjoy, like your hobbies, to take your mind off the stressor. Doing yoga, meditation or mindfulness practices can help you relax and feel more in control of your stress. Finally, ensure to sleep enough!

Yes! You can get it from high-protein foods, such as tofu, cheese, nuts, beans, and white meat. These foods are likely already part of your diet. If you’d like to increase your tyrosine intake though, consider a supplement like Maxler L-Tyrosine 500mg, which is vegan, sugar and gluten-free.

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