29+1 Causes
of Relative
Nutritional
Deficiency

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The 29+1 causes of relative nutritional deficiency which may occur when the Parkinson’s disease patient is treated with L-dopa and carbidopa or L-dopa and benserazide.

  • PD-associated dopamine depletion.
  • PD-associated norepinephrine depletion.
  • PD-associated epinephrine depletion.
  • PD-associated glutathione depletion prior to symptom onset.
  • PD-associated S-adenosylmethionine depletion.
  • PD-associated glutathione precursor depletion.
  • PD is associated with glutathione depletion. Gluta¬thione depletion may induce L-methionine depletion.
  • PD-associated vitamin B6 deficiency.
  • PD-associated serotonin depletion.
  • PD associated with serotonin precursor depletion.
  • PD-associated L-dopa precursor depletion.
  • PD-associated L-dopa depletion.
  • PD associated with L-tryptophan depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated L-dopa precursor depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated L-tryptophan depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated S-adenosylmethionine depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated L-methionine depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated glutathione precursor depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated glutathione depletion.
  • L-dopa-associated serotonin depletion.
  • Carbidopa-associated vitamin B6 depletion.
  • Carbidopa associated serotonin depletion.
  • Carbidopa-associated dopamine depletion.
  • Carbidopa-associated norepinephrine depletion.
  • Carbidopa-associated epinephrine depletion.
  • Carbidopa-associated vitamin B6 depletion. Vitamin B6 depletion may deplete glutathione.
  • Carbidopa-associated vitamin B6 depletion. Vitamin B6 depletion may deplete glutathione. Gluta¬thione depletion may deplete S-adenosylmethionine.
  • Carbidopa-associated vitamin B6 depletion. Vitamin B6 depletion may deplete glutathione. Glutathione depletion may deplete L-methionine.
  • Carbidopa-associated vitamin B6 depletion. Vitamin B6 depletion may deplete glutathione. Glutathione depletion may deplete L-cysteine.
  • Carbidopa can deplete niacin.

 

Source: The 29+1 Potential Depletion Causes

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