- L-Tyrosine powder.
- RAW format.
- No flavour.
- Good solubility.
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Table of contents
L-Tyrosine powder by RawSeries is a vegan powdered food supplement based on L-tyrosine.
L-tyrosine is a proteinogenic amino acid, non-essential in humans, which is synthesised through the action of the enzyme phenylalanine hydroxylase, converting L-phenylalanine into L-tyrosine.
This is a food supplement suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
The powder format is very convenient, but if you prefer capsules, take a look at our L-tyrosine 500mg.
For this purpose, the powder format is more convenient, as it allows the mixing of several food supplements without the need to consume a large number of capsules or tablets.
Pure L-tyrosine and nothing else!
At HSN we know what you want to use in your food supplementation, the pure active ingredients without additives.
Our R+D+i team is working on the development of new powdered supplements in the Raw range, following the same philosophy as always:
The purest complements, authentic, unique raw materials, mono-ingredient, no additives.
Once again we have succeeded:
Introducing L-Tyrosine powder, a pure amino acid from the RawSeries range, with no additives of any kind.
The solubility of L-tyrosine is excellent, as it has been filtered through multiple sieves to reduce its particle size as much as possible to obtain a powder.
This makes the distribution in the liquid in which it is mixed more homogeneous and improves its solubility.
L-Tyrosine mixes easily, doesn't require a specific shaker or container and doesn't form lumps.
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|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1/2 scoop of 5ml (1g)|
|daily dose: 1/2 scoop of 5ml (1g)|
|Servings per container: 150|