Our mission with BioRebalance is to simplify the process of tailoring cutting-edge nutritional regimens to your physical and mental health goals.

Nutrient Support draws upon international clinical guidelines as well as groundbreaking research by researchers who pioneered the relationships between nutrition, gene expression, and overall health.

Copious research has demonstrated that supplementation with amino acid precursors of neurotransmitters, along with coenzymes, may help to support proper brain function and reduce the stress and cravings associated with heavy drinking and other problematic behaviours. (Reference 1)

Natural Mood Regulation

BioRebalance provides amino acid building blocks for neurotransmitters associated with:



Associated with motivation and reward


Associated with happiness & Confidence


Associated with pleasure and natural highs


Associated with calmness and sleep

Emerging research reminds us that brain health and bodily health are interconnected. A healthy liver, gut, and immune system are all required for optimal neurotransmitter balance. We aim to create supplements that support the Gut-Liver-Brain Axis.

BioRebalance products contain carefully selected, premium ingredients that help to support your body-brain system. We want to empower you to summon the energy and optimism required to live your Best Life.

Founded by scientists, clinicians, and experts in the subject of nutritional restoration.

The Ingredients

BioRebalance Restore contains absolutely zero fillers, sugar, artificial flavours, or artificial sweeteners. We blend the highest quality nutrients proven to naturally support numerous bodily systems.

Amino acids are included because they are the most essential precursors for neurotransmitters

​LPA (L-Phenylalanine) – Precursor for dopamine. Low dopamine levels are associated with feeling unmotivated, unsatisfied, and lethargic. Dopamine deficiency is also associated with an elevated need for alcohol or substances. (References 5-8).

DPA (D-Phenylalanine) – Neutralizes enzymes in the body that destroy endorphins, increasing endorphin levels. Studies have found that people taking DPA and LPA experience lower intensity and shorter duration of alcohol cravings. (References 3, 4, 13).

L-Tyrosine – Increases natural synthesis of dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine, which regulate adrenal stress hormones. Studies show that L-Tyrosine is effective for reducing alcohol cravings. (References 9, 10).

L-Glutamine – Precursor for GABA. Long-term alcohol use leads to severe deficiencies of two GABA precursors, L-glutamine and vitamin B6. Increasing GABA naturally may help to decrease the risk of emotional swings and alcohol cravings. (Reference 14).

5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophane) – Precursor for serotonin. Several investigations have found that 5-HTP may reduce alcohol intake and cravings (Reference 10), as well as reduce mild to moderate (non-emergency) alcohol withdrawal. (Reference 12).

SAMe (S-Adenysol-L-Methionine) – Enhances serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine production while supporting liver function against oxidative stress caused by alcohol (References 15-17). SAMe is depleted in people with fatty liver due to decreased enzyme activation.

Antioxidants and minerals are included to support healthy neurotransmitter levels and foster whole-body health

Vitamin C – Protects the liver and all cells in the body from alcohol’s toxic byproducts. Vitamin C has been shown to reduce inflammation and may be helpful for improving liver function in heavy drinkers. (Reference 32)

B Complex – Vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B9 (folic acid), B12 (cobalamin). Long-term alcohol consumption results in severe depletion of all B-vitamins, which serve as co-enzymes in liver detoxification from alcohol, cell and neuron formation, and DNA synthesis. Their neurological functions are fundamental in ensuring “dopamine homeostasis” and production of the neurotransmitters serotonin, GABA and endorphins (References 1-4). A high dose of B complex not only supports cognitive function (Reference 20), it also supports liver detoxification and adrenal function (Reference 21).

Chromium – Increases receptor sensitivity to 5-HTP, enhancing serotonin synthesis and dopamine homeostasis. (Reference 33)

Zinc – The combination of zinc, high dose vitamin C, and SAMe provides strong anti-oxidative protection against the toxic byproducts of alcohol metabolism. Studies show that zinc may be useful for supporting liver health and mood stability. (References 34-35).

CoQ10 – CoQ10 is a compound contained in the mitochondria of cells, helping to generate energy by synthesizing ATP. It is also a potent antioxidant, mopping up dangerous free radicals such as those produced by alcohol metabolism. Since the body does not store excess CoQ10, continual supplementation is recommended for people who need it

Essential Fatty Acids are included because they support liver and brain health

PPC (PolyenylPhosphatidylCholine) – Studies show PPC improves liver function within a few weeks and specifically protects the liver from the toxic byproducts of alcohol metabolism. PPC actually surrounds every cell in the body, and it’s one one of the most potent and well-studied liver support compounds. (References 15, 18, 19).

Three natural bioflavonoid compounds are included because they stand out for their benefits in supporting the gut-liver-brain axis:

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) – Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine for its calming effects. It is known to regulate responses to stress and reduce cortisol levels. Five recent intervention studies found that supplementing with ashwagandha resulted in significantly lower levels of stress (Reference 28).

Acai Berry Powder – These incredibly nutrient-dense berries from the Amazon rainforest include high levels of plant compounds including anthocyanins, a powerful source of natural antioxidants. The antioxidant power of acai berry has been measured at over 300% greater than blueberries.

Red Beet Root Powder – Red beet root powder is a potent source of anti-inflammatory antioxidants and has been shown to help increase nitric oxide levels in the body. Nitric oxide is necessary to promote blood vessel dilation and circulation, thereby helping to ensure the delivery of critical nutrients to tissues and cells.

In contrast to cheaper products, Nutrient Support contains absolutely no sugar, artificial sweeteners, or artificial flavours. It is naturally fruit flavoured, and naturally sweetened with two health-promoting natural plants:

​Stevia Powder – Stevia is a South American herb related to daisy flowers, also known as “candy leaf.” It has become popular among health enthusiasts because it contains naturally sweet compounds without any sugar. Moreover, there is speculation among scientists that this plant may promote inflammation reduction. It has been used for centuries traditionally for colic, burns, and stomach problems.

Monkfruit Powder – Monkfruit, also known as Luo Han Guo or Swingle Fruit, is a tasty and antioxidant-rich fruit native to East Asia. It is increasingly used along with stevia in higher-end supplements and smoothies to help provide natural sweetness.

The purpose of BioRebalance is to help you address a wide range of nutrient deficiencies that are common in the general population and heavy alcohol drinkers in particular.

The Science behind BioRebalance

In 1968, Dr. Linus Pauling – the only scientist to win two Nobel Prizes – pioneered the “orthomolecular” approach to health. “Ortho” is Greek for “correct,” and “molecular” in this context refers to cellular health.

The orthomolecular approach aims to restore the optimum environment of the body by addressing deficiencies and imbalances based on individual biochemistry.

Official health guidelines now recognize the importance of nutrition for mental health. A growing number of evidence-based treatment centres now seek to incorporate orthomolecular treatments into their regimens.

The National Institute On Alcohol Abuse And Alcoholism (NIAAA) advises physicians that serious nutrient deficiencies can be caused by “alcohol-induced changes in the digestive tract that impair the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream.”

The Kusnacht Practice in Switzerland, widely regarded as the most exclusive addiction treatment program in the world, uses “orthomolecular medicine to correct neurotransmitter imbalances in the brain, nutrient deficiencies, amino acid imbalances, hypoglycemia, inflammatory and oxidative stress, and adrenal fatigue.”

Paracelsus Recovery, another high-end Swiss rehabilitation centre, uses “biochemical restoration” involving “optimal amounts of substances which are natural to the body, i.e. amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.”

Cliffside Malibu in California claims to use orthomolecular therapy to “provide the body with the optimal amounts of the natural substances that it needs to regulate itself.”

IV Amino Acid Detox Therapy involves intravenously replenishing the body and brain with amino acids and other vital nutrients, and thousands of Americans have already successfully utilized this expensive yet rapid detox method.


BioRebalance Restore is not a drug. It is not intended to prevent, treat, or cure any disease. The scientific studies discussed on this page are for informational use and do not constitute specific claims about BioRebalance products.

Always consult with your doctor before consuming any supplements, including BioRebalance products. This includes the use of antidepressants.

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