Dr Oz: 5-HTP is Not Tryptophan & 5-HTP Side Effects & Buying Guideline

Dr Oz: 5-HTP Miracle Weight Loss Supplement

Dr. Oz has the secret to weight loss and it is called 5-HTP. This all-natural supplement will decrease your appetite while at the same time increasing your serotonin levels which will make you feel happier.

Dr Oz: 5-HTP Helps a Woman Lose 25 Pounds

To show off how well 5-HTP worked, Dr. Oz welcomed a woman who used the supplement to lose 25 pounds over the course of several months. Although it took this woman about three weeks for her to notice a difference in her appetite, she said she noticed a difference in her mood and sleep almost immediately.

Dr Oz: 5-HTP is Not Tryptophan & 5-HTP Side Effects & Buying Guideline

Dr. Oz talked with a woman who lost 25 pounds using 5-HTP, went over the side effects of the appetite suppressant and revealed 5-HTP is not tryptophan.

Dr. Oz knew this was important information for everyone to hear. He said he didn’t want someone to give up on taking 5-HTP because they were not noticing a difference in their appetite after a week. He said it should take about three weeks to notice a difference in your appetite.

Dr Oz: Buying Guidelines For 5-HTP

Although 5-HTP may seem like a miracle suppressant, Dr. Oz and his panel of medical experts wanted to spend some time going over what you need to know before you buy this natural appetite suppressant. And there is a lot of information you need to know:

  • Purchase at a grocery store, drug store or health food store.
  • Cost varies from $10-$20 per month.
  • Must be pure 5-HTP¬†or Griffonia Simplicifolia.
  • Must have NO binders, fillers or additives.
  • Check with your physician first, especially if you are taking an SSRI or MAOI medication.
  • Take 50 MG, three times per day.
  • Take about 20 to 30 minutes before meals.
  • Try for three months before changing dose.

Dr Oz: 5-HTP Side Effects

Dr. Tasneem Bhatia explained there are side effects from taking the supplement, but not all of them are negative. Most are actually positive:

  • Stabilizes your mood
  • Improves sleep patterns
  • Sleepiness which means you need to scale back on the dosage
  • Nausea or abdominal pain

Dr Oz: 5-HTP Is Not Tryptophan

Dr. Pina Loguidice said people may have been nervous to take 5-HTP in the past because there was some confusion surrounding tryptophan. About 20 years ago, the FDA banned tryptophan because they thought it was dangerous. After a year of research into tryptophan, the FDA found the company manufacturing the product to be at fault and not the product itself.

Dr. Loguidice went on to say while this may have been the reason why people were leery about taking 5-HTP, tryptophan is different from 5-HTP.

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After graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in Journalism and Anthropology, I managed a pizza place for a year, while freelancing for various newspapers in the area. Working every weekend in sauna like conditions, never being able to take a day off and being covered in flour is something I will not miss. I hope Recapo has air conditioning.

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