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IBS - caused by transmitter trouble?

Commented on August 09, 2013
Created August 09, 2013 at 1:48 AM

I somewhere red that people with IBS-D might have too much dopamin and serotonin and that it could be rather a functional problem than the wrong food (because I tried every option with my eating habits!). I have a friend who has to take stuff like ritalin and I red the package insert and how it works - it mostly reduces dopamin and serotonin releases. Could this be the answer? I know this is not a very paleo question but I'm pretty desperate.

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Red this. Interesting! Is there any way to get this as a medicine? He says the serotonin and dopamin will not be regulated by taking these in medical form because of the brain barrier - how does in work with adhs patients, then?

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dr. stein seems to agree. he does amino acid therapy. I know a big group of people trying it now for ulcerative colitis and crohn's disease.

http://www.steinorthopedic.com/pdf/aminoacidtherapy.pdf

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3108661/

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Red this. Interesting! Is there any way to get this as a medicine? He says the serotonin and dopamin will not be regulated by taking these in medical form because of the brain barrier - how does in work with adhs patients, then?

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