The following supplements have been shown to be of benefit, when combating Parkinson’s disease.


  • The University of Maryland Medical Center, or UMMC, notes that 400 to 1,000 IU of vitamin D may help, as Parkinson’s disease patients can have lower levels of the vitamin.
  • The UMMC also recommends 800 IU of vitamin E (look for d-alpha, not the SINthetic d-l form) four times a day and 1,000 mg of vitamin C three times a day. Vitamin E alone did not have the same benefits the two had together.
  • NADH, (more active form of vitamin B 3) helps with increasing dopamine.
  • University of Michigan Health System.found when early-stage Parkinson’s disease patients took 1,200 mg of coenzyme Q10 a day over a period of 16 months, they had a significant decrease in their disease progression vs placebo


  • UMMC recommends between 400 and 1,600 mg of SAMe a day, which can help with depression that may occur along with the Parkinson’s disease

NOTE: TMG converts to Sam-E in the liver, and is a LOT less expensive…


  • UMMC also found Creatine may help slow the progression of early-stage Parkinson’s disease..


  • Alpha-GPC or alpha glycerylphoshorylcholine
  • Green Tea/EGCG
  • A study with four patients with Parkinson’s disease who were given injections of 100 mg. of neotrophin 1 (complex glycoproteins, derived from snake venom) resulted in dramatic improvement after a period of six to eight weeks.
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