zinc goes to the root of the uric acid problem in addition to boosting many other functionalities of a healthy body
Ok, I've added 30mg Zinc to my daily regimen, in the form of Zinc Monomethionine (OptiZinc).
I'm still searching/experimenting to find the right mix of supplements for myself to help with neurotransmitters noradrenaline and met-enkephalin (opiod growth factor). The first stemming from recent studies showing noradrenaline levels to be typically low in pwMS, the second related to benefits to be found in the use of LDN in pwMS.
Noradrenaline Reduction in Multiple Sclerosis
I'm currently experimenting with l-tyrosine and P5P to boost noradrenaline without giving me the over-stimulation effect that comes with provigil.
Maybe I'll end up taking l-tyrosine once or twice a week, and LDN once or twice nightly each week (every night seems to be a problem for me).
I'm quickly coming to see how incredibly complicated our internal chemistry is, and how naive it was of me to assume I could come up with a neuroprotective regimen.
Edit_05122011: Nix the l-tyrosine. I just found that Copaxone is a mix of the four amino acids L-glutamic acid, L-alanine, L-tyrosine, and L-lysine. I've been shooting Copaxone daily for 12 years now, I doubt that taking an oral supplement of l-tyrosine would provide any additional benefit (and may actually upset the internal balance of neurotransmitters).
Edit_05122011: Add pubmed noradrenaline link