Origin: Supplements or food sources such as chocolates, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, meat, seafood, and dairy.
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Overview: Beta phenylethylamine is derived from the amino acid phenylalanine which a substance is also found to occur naturally in chocolate and several other foods. This chemical is also believed to affect mood and induce a natural high or euphoric feeling by releasing neurotransmitters in the body.
Beta phenylethylamine is also believed to help induce weight loss and assist with appetite control with research that indicates it helps to raise the metabolism. The effects of this compound also indicate increased cognition, focus and memory believed to lead to a reduction of stress and anxiety to create a synergistic effect for better overall mood.
- Improving mood and reducing symptoms of depression
- Improving alertness and focus
- Supporting weight loss through suppressing appetite
Common Dosage: 300 to 1000 mg per day