Neurotransmitters

5-HIAA

Optimal range: 800 - 13000 ug/g creat

5-HIAA is the primary metabolite of serotonin, a chemical substance (neurotransmitter) that transmits messages between nerve cells. After it is used by the body, serotonin is broken down in the liver, and its metabolites, including 5-HIAA, are excreted in the urine.

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DOPAC

Optimal range: 360 - 1800 ug/g creat

Dopamine

Optimal range: 64 - 261 ug/g creat

Dopamine is a chemical found naturally in the human body. It is a neurotransmitter, meaning it sends signals from the body to the brain. Dopamine plays a part in controlling the movements a person makes, as well as their emotional responses. The right balance of dopamine is vital for both physical and mental wellbeing.

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Epinephrine

Optimal range: 4.7 - 20.8 ug/g creat

Epinephrine is commonly known as adrenaline. Your body naturally produces it during times of stress. The hormone is also necessary for maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system — it makes the heart beat more strongly, and diverts blood to tissues during times of stress.

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GABA

Optimal range: 2.4 - 12.7 uMol/gCr

Glutamate

Optimal range: 6.9 - 71.8 uMol/gCr

Glutamate functions as the major excitatory neurotransmitter and metabolic fuel throughout the body. Glutamate is produced in your body, and is also found in many foods.

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Glycine

Optimal range: 182 - 2225 uMol/gCr

Glycine plays an important role in the body’s ability to detoxify itself as well as in wound healing. It is also important in the creation of nucleic acids and bile acids.

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Norepinephrine

Optimal range: 19 - 76 ug/g creat

PEA

Optimal range: 15 - 167 uMol/gCr

Serotonin

Optimal range: 57 - 306 ug/g creat

Taurine

Optimal range: 52 - 1025 uMol/gCr