Neurotransmitters and Energy Releasers

Lecithin, Co-Enzyme Q 10, Phosphatidyl Serine, Enada


In PD, you want to help your brain recover and heal the damage that free radicals are causing to the dopamine cells in your brain. You want to help the messages between your nerves travel more smoothly and efficiently.

Lecithin is an important precursor for a neurotransmitter that helps in the transmission of messages to your brain cells.

Phosphatidyl Serine

This is another great helper for speeding up your neurotransmitters. Phosphatidyl Serine provides nutritional support for your brain functions and brain cell structure. It is a naturally occurring phospholipid and helps maintain normal memory.

Co-Enzyme Q 10

Co-Enzyme Q10 is made naturally in the body. A co-enzyme is a helper substance for enzymes or proteins. They help speed up the rate of chemical reactions in the body. Vitamins function as co-enzymes in the body, too, and you know how important vitamins are.

Co-Enzyme Q10 is an anti-oxidant, too, and so it fights free radical damage in your body. It is also very important for maintenance of cells and cell growth. Every cell in your body produces co-enzyme Q10 and taking a supplement of it will help each cell use and produce it more effectively.


Studies of people with PD indicate that their levels of co-enzyme Q10 are low and that supplementing with Co-Q10 has proven very beneficial.

Enada is co-enzyme 1 - an important cellular energizing co-enzyme and anti-oxidant. It is a form of Vitamin B3. This means that Enada a) destroys free radicals b) improves cell energy c) stimulates neurotransmitters.

Enada is important for people with Parkinsonís because it helps with mental clarity, alertness and concentration because it stimulates production of dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin.

Enada is directly involved in your body's immune defensive system and consequently, the more you have in your body, the better your DNA repair system functions.

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