Beans contain levodopa

Common beans contain levodopa in its seeds and pods, but in low concentrations. This proportion is much higher in the buds. A serving of beans may accumulate as much levodopa as half a tablet of levodopa Sinemet.
Common beans contain levodopa in its seeds and pods, but in low concentrations. This proportion is much higher in the buds. A serving of beans may accumulate as much levodopa as half a tablet of levodopa Sinemet.
Dr. Rafael González Maldonado

Dr. Rafael González Maldonado

Dr. Rafael González Maldonado is a neurologist with an extensive professional career: Doctor of Medicine, Honorary researcher at the Royal Free Hospital (London), Professor of Medicine, Chief of Neurology at the University Hospital of Granada (1991-2005). He currently is a neurologist at private practice.He has written several popular books of Parkinson's disease: "The strange case of Dr. Parkinson", "Unorthodox Treatments for Parkinson's Disease" "Parkinson and Stress," "Conjectures of a Neurologist who Listened a Thousand Parkinsonian patients" as well as numerous scientific publications.

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