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For management of symptoms due to
hyposerotonergicTM, hypodopaminergicTM, and hypoglutathionemiaTM conditions
on the “optimally modified normal diet”.TM

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Hinz Medical FoodsTM / NeuroResearch Centers, Inc.TM
1150 88th Ave. West – Duluth, MN +1-218-626-2220 | www.HinzMedicalFoods.com

HyposerotonergicTM
conditions
occur when
serotonin concentrations are
not enough, low, inadequate,
depleted, deficient, or
suboptimal on a modified
normal diet.TM

HypodopaminergicTM
conditions
occur when
dopamine concentrations are
not enough, low, inadequate,
depleted, deficient, or
suboptimal on a modified
normal diet.TM

HypoglutathionemiaTM
conditions
occur when
glutathione concentrations are
not enough, low, inadequate,
depleted, deficient, or
suboptimal on a modified
normal diet.TM

  • Giving only serotonin precursors can deplete dopamine and glutathione.TM

  • Giving only dopamine precursors can deplete serotonin and glutathione.TM

  • Giving only glutathione or glutathione precursors can deplete serotonin and dopamine.TM

The centrally acting monoamines (monoamines) are serotonin, dopamine, norephinephrine, and epinephrine.

For optimal medical food results, orientation and training are required

Education Opportunity #1

Six-hours online teaching conferences
(Two three-hour live days)

2-Day Course to select from 3 Series

Series 1 – Saturday, Aug. 6 and Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022
Series 2 – Saturday, Sept. 17 and Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022
Series 3 – Saturday, Oct. 15 and Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022

Conferences are from 9 am to noon central time.

These live online six-hour state-of-the-art conferences were previously presented live in 2022 at Los Angeles and Atlanta.

This research is not static. It continues to grow and move forward. For more information or to register click here.

Education Opportunity #2

Weekly Grand Rounds

Online, Wednesday evenings from 8 pm to 9 pm central time teaching of selected topics and case presentations by attendees with consult provided.

Designed to keep those that have completed the initial six-hour initial course current while providing ongoing patient care support. This is not a substitute for attending the initial six-hour teaching course.

A wealth of information happens. Click here for more Grand Rounds information.

Hinz Medical Foods
(Pills or Tablets)

    Hinz Medical Foods are for the management of symptoms caused by low serotonin, low dopamine, or low glutathione which may accompany and be identical to disease symptoms.

    Medical foods are not nutritional supplements. FDA regulations required the administration of medical foods for the management of nutritional conditions such as these. Under FDA regulations nutritional supplements are not allowed to make treatment claims for these conditions.

    When symptoms caused by low serotonin, low dopamine, and low glutathione exist, failing to provide the necessary amino acids will do nothing to address the cause of the problem and nothing to increase the synthesis of serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione.

    Drugs that work with neurotransmitters do not work if there are not enough neurotransmitters. The only way to increase the synthesis of the total number of serotonin or dopamine molecules synthesized in the central nervous system is by administering the required nutrients.

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R&R Medical Foods
(Product line-tablets or pills)

Are you addressing
all the causes of symptoms?

For the management of
symptoms caused by
low serotonin,
low dopamine,
or low glutathione.

Hinz Medical Foods Bottles

For protocols, consults, or information
Call NeuroResearch Centers, Inc. +1-218-626-2220
To obtain product and ordering information

The following conditions may cause symptoms.

Low Serotonin (hyposerotonergicTM) condition
Low dopamine (hypodopaminergicTM) condition
Low glutathione (hypoglutathionemiaTM) condition

A limited list of diseases which may be accompanied by symptoms caused by low serotonin, dopamine, or glutathione.

Parkinson’s disease
Restless Leg Syndrome
Addiction
Alzheimer’s (dementia)
ADHD / ADD
Adrenal fatigue
Alcoholism
Allergies (histamine)
    Allergy induced asthma
    Chemical sensitivities
    Peanut or other foods
    Urticaria
Anxiety
Autism
Bipolar
Monoamine depletion:
    Chronic illness
    Chronic pain
    Chronic stress
Cognitive deterioration
Depression
Eating Disorders

Fatigue (Negative metabolic workup)
FibromyalgiaGI disorder:
    Crohn’s
    Irritable bowel disease
    Ulcerative Colitis
Hormone dysfunction
Hyperactivity
Insomnia
Lyme Disease
Migraine
OCD
Phobias
PTSD
Psychotic illness
Schizophrenia
Seasonal affective disorder
Social anxiety disorder
Tension Headaches
Tourette’s Syndrome
Traumatic brain injury
Trichotillomania