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"Scientists have simply shown us how to raise the body's alkalinity and oxygen to Eliminate Cancer, to re-supply the natural buffered mineral ascorbates to Prevent and Reverse Cardiovascular Disease, create Optimum Energy and generate Effortless Weightloss. The method is just a logical and safe way of returning the body to its original state."   ~ Barney Folger

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MoRE
(Molecular Repair Essentials)

Serving size: 3 teaspoons or 1 table spoon (One serving contains)
100 mg Sodium (from Sodium Ascorbate)
150 mg Potassium (from Potassium Ascorbate)
3000 mg Vitamin C (from Calcium Ascorbate, Magnesium Ascorbate,
Potassium Ascorbate, Sodium Ascorbate)
100 mg Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)
2000 iu Vitamin D3
120 mg Calcium (from Calcium Ascorbate)
15 mg Phosphorous (from Tricalcium Phosphate)
66 mg Magnesium (from Magnesium Ascorbate)
3000 mg L-Lysine Hydrochloride
500 mg L-Proline
300 mg Green Tea Extract - EGCG Polyphenols
400 mg Horsetail Silica
90 mg Stevia Extract
40 mg Amylase
40 mg Lipase
20 mg Protease
Other Ingredients:
Citric Acid, Natural Lemon Flavor, and Tricalcium Phosphate
Advanced Scientific Health MoRE Formula

$ 31.25


No Fool I

Serving size: 2 teaspoons (One serving contains)
750 mg Vitamin C as Magnesium Ascorbate
750 mg Vitamin C as Sodium Ascorbate
750 mg Vitamin C as Calcium Ascorbate
750 mg Vitamin C as Potassium Ascorbate
250 mg EGCG Polyphenols - Green Tea Extract
3000 mg L-Lysine
500 mg L-Proline
40 mg Stevia
274 mg Silica
1600 mg Citric Acid
Lemon Flavor
    


Advanced Scientific Formula No Fool I

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Master Formula II

Serving size: 1 teaspoon (One serving contains)
Vitamin A 10,000 iu
Vitamin D3 800 iu
Calcium 400 mg
Magnesium 450 mg
Potassium 500 mg
Malic Acid 400 mg
Horsetail Silica 500 mg
Other Ingredients
Stevia Extract
    


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RAANOW
(Reverse Accelerated Aging NOW)

Serving size: 1 teaspoon (One serving contains)
2000 iu Vitamin A as Vitamin A Acetate
200 iu Vitamin D as Cholecalciferol
200 iu Vitamin E as D Alpha Tocoferol
15 mg Niacin
25 mg Calcium as Calcium Ascorbate
30 mg Magnesium as Magnesium Ascorbate
200 mcg Chromium as Chromium Polynicotinate
1500 mg L-Arginine
500 mg L-Citruline
800 mg Hydroxy Citric Acid from Citrimax & Garcinia Cambogia
367 mg Ascorbate from Calcium & Magnesium Ascorbate
250 mg Citric Acid
250 mg Green Tea Leaf Extract
60 mg Origanox
110 mg Lemon
    

Scientific Health RAA-NOW

$ 29.35


ELE
(Essential Life Enzymes)

contents: 60 caps (1,2 or 3 caps on an empty stomach)
Amount per capsule:
Serrapeptidase 40,000 units
Papain 40,000 usp
Bromelain 300 gdu
Other ingredients :
vegetable capsule and vegetable Magnesium sterate
    
Advanced Scientific Health ASH

$ 35.25


CEO
(Correct Essential Oil)

Serving size: one tablespoon - Servings per container: 33
16.9 fl oz / 500 ml

Hemp Seed Oil
Fresh Cold Pressed
Raw Hemp Seeds

    
Advanced Scientific Products Correct Essential Oil

$ 21.15

Cesium Carbonate
(Cesium Carbonate High pH)

Cesium Carbonate 30 grams

It is advised that persons using Cesium have their
Potassium levels maintained by a health professional.

    
Advanced Scientific Health with Cesium Carbonate
$ 43.00


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Amylase
An amylase is an enzyme that breaks starch down into sugar. Amylase is present in human saliva, where it begins the chemical process of digestion. Foods that contain much starch but little sugar, such as rice and potato, taste slightly sweet as they are chewed because amylase turns some of their starch into sugar in the mouth. The pancreas also makes amylase (alpha amylase) to hydrolyse dietary starch into di- and trisaccharides which are converted by other enzymes to glucose to supply the body with energy. Plants and some bacteria also produce amylase. As diastase, amylase was the first enzyme to be discovered and isolated (by Anselme Payen in 1833). Specific amylase proteins are designated by different Greek letters. All amylases are glycoside hydrolases and act on α-1,4-glycosidic bonds.



Ascorbate
Ascorbate (an ion of ascorbic acid) is required for a range of essential metabolic reactions in all animals and plants. It is made internally by almost all organisms, humans being a notable exception. Deficiency in this vitamin causes scurvy in humans.
The vast majority of animals and plants are able to synthesize their own vitamin C, through a sequence of four enzyme-driven steps, which convert glucose to vitamin C. The glucose needed to produce ascorbate in the liver (in mammals and perching birds) is extracted from glycogen; ascorbate synthesis is a glycogenolysis-dependent process. In reptiles and birds the biosynthesis is carried out in the kidneys.

Among the animals that have lost the ability to synthesise vitamin C are simians (specifically the suborder haplorrhini, which includes humans), guinea pigs, a number of species of passerine birds (but not all of them), and many (perhaps all) major families of bats. These animals all lack the L-gulonolactone oxidase (GULO) enzyme, which is required in the last step of vitamin C synthesis, because they have a defective form of the gene for the enzyme (Pseudogene ΨGULO). Some of these species (including humans) are able to make do with the lower levels available from their diets by recycling oxidised vitamin C.

Most simians consume the vitamin in amounts 10 to 20 times higher than that recommended by governments for humans. This discrepancy constitutes the basis of the controversy on current recommended dietary allowances.

It has been noted that the loss of the ability to synthesize ascorbate strikingly parallels the evolutionary loss of the ability to break down uric acid. Uric acid and ascorbate are both strong reducing agents. This has led to the suggestion that in higher primates, uric acid has taken over some of the functions of ascorbate. Ascorbic acid can be oxidized (broken down) in the human body by the enzyme L-ascorbate oxidase.

An adult goat, a typical example of a vitamin C-producing animal, will manufacture more than 13 g of vitamin C per day in normal health and the biosynthesis will increase "many fold under stress". Trauma or injury has also been demonstrated to use up large quantities of vitamin C in humans. Some microorganisms such as the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae have been shown to be able to synthesize vitamin C from simple sugars.
Deficiency
Scurvy is an avitaminosis resulting from lack of vitamin C, since without this vitamin, the synthesised collagen is too unstable to perform its function. Scurvy leads to the formation of liver spots on the skin, spongy gums, and bleeding from all mucous membranes. The spots are most abundant on the thighs and legs, and a person with the ailment looks pale, feels depressed, and is partially immobilized. In advanced scurvy there are open, suppurating wounds and loss of teeth and, eventually, death. The human body can store only a certain amount of vitamin C, and so the body soon depletes itself if fresh supplies are not consumed.

It has been shown that smokers who have diets poor in vitamin C are at a higher risk of lung-borne diseases than those smokers who have higher concentrations of vitamin C in the blood.

Nobel prize winner Linus Pauling and Dr. G. C. Willis have asserted that chronic long term low blood levels of vitamin C or Chronic Scurvy is a cause of atherosclerosis.

Western societies generally consume sufficient Vitamin C to prevent scurvy. In 2004 a Canadian Community health survey reported that Canadians of 19 years and above have intakes of vitamin C from food of, 133 mg/d for males and 120 mg/d for females, which is higher than the RDA recommendation.
History of human understanding
The need to include fresh plant food or raw animal flesh in the diet to prevent disease was known from ancient times. Native peoples living in marginal areas incorporated this into their medicinal lore. For example, spruce needles were used in temperate zones in infusions, or the leaves from species of drought-resistant trees in desert areas. In 1536, the French explorer Jacques Cartier, exploring the St. Lawrence River, used the local natives' knowledge to save his men who were dying of scurvy. He boiled the needles of the arbor vitae tree to make a tea that was later shown to contain 50 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

Throughout history, the benefit of plant food to survive long sea voyages has been occasionally recommended by authorities. John Woodall, the first appointed surgeon to the British East India Company, recommended the preventive and curative use of lemon juice in his book "The Surgeon's Mate", in 1617. The Dutch writer, Johann Bachstrom, in 1734, gave the firm opinion that "scurvy is solely owing to a total abstinence from fresh vegetable food, and greens; which is alone the primary cause of the disease."

While the earliest documented case of scurvy was described by Hippocrates around the year 400 BC, the first attempt to give scientific basis for the cause of this disease was by a ship's surgeon in the British Royal Navy, James Lind. Scurvy was common among those with poor access to fresh fruit and vegetables, such as remote, isolated sailors and soldiers. While at sea in May 1747, Lind provided some crew members with two oranges and one lemon per day, in addition to normal rations, while others continued on cider, vinegar, sulfuric acid or seawater, along with their normal rations. In the history of science this is considered to be the first occurrence of a controlled experiment comparing results on two populations of a factor applied to one group only with all other factors the same. The results conclusively showed that citrus fruits prevented the disease. Lind published his work in 1753 in his Treatise on the Scurvy.

Citrus fruits were one of the first sources of vitamin C available to ship's surgeons.Lind's work was slow to be noticed, partly because he gave conflicting evidence within the book, and partly because the British admiralty saw care for the well-being of crews as a sign of weakness. In addition, fresh fruit was very expensive to keep on board, whereas boiling it down to juice allowed easy storage but destroyed the vitamin (especially if boiled in copper kettles). Ship captains assumed wrongly that Lind's suggestions didn't work because those juices failed to cure scurvy.

It was 1795 before the British navy adopted lemons or lime as standard issue at sea. Limes were more popular as they could be found in British West Indian Colonies, unlike lemons which weren't found in British Dominions, and were therefore more expensive. This practice led to the American use of the nickname "limey" to refer to the British. Captain James Cook had previously demonstrated and proven the principle of the advantages of carrying "Sour krout" on board, by taking his crews to the Hawaiian Islands and beyond without losing any of his men to scurvy. For this otherwise unheard of feat, the British Admiralty awarded him a medal.

The name "antiscorbutic" was used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as general term for those foods known to prevent scurvy, even though there was no understanding of the reason for this. These foods included but were not limited to: lemons, limes, and oranges; sauerkraut, cabbage, malt, and portable soup.

In 1907, Axel Holst and Theodor Frlich, two Norwegian physicians studying beriberi contracted aboard ship's crews in the Norwegian Fishing Fleet, wanted a small test mammal to substitute for the pigeons they used. They fed guinea pigs their test diet, which had earlier produced beriberi in their pigeons, and were surprised when scurvy resulted instead. Until that time scurvy had not been observed in any organism apart from humans, and had been considered an exclusively human disease.



Bromelain
Bromelain is a mixture of enzymes found naturally in the juice and stems of pineapples. Called a proteolytic enzyme, bromelain is believed to help with the digestion of protein.

Some bromelain appears to be absorbed by the body intact, so it's also thought to have effects outside the digestive tract. In fact, bromelain is often marketed as a natural anti-inflammatory for conditions such as arthritis. It's one of the most popular supplements in Germany, where it is approved by the Commission E for the treatment of inflammation and swelling of the nose and sinuses due to surgery or injury.

Bromelain is typically extracted from pineapples and made into capsule or tablet form. Because it's able to digest protein, bromelain is available in some grocery stores as a meat tenderizer. A topical form of bromelain is also being explored experimentally for burns.

When used for as a digestive aid, bromelain is usually taken with meals. When used for inflammatory conditions, practitioners typically recommend taking bromelain between meals on an empty stomach to maximize absorption.


Cesium

Cesium carbonate (or cesium carbonate in the US) is a white crystalline solid of formula Cs2CO3. It is more soluble in organic solvents than many other carbonates such as potassium carbonate, and therefore finds use as a base in organic chemistry.

BREWER, A. K. The high pH therapy for cancer tests on mice and humans. PHARMACOL BIOCHEM BEHAV 21: Suppl. 1, 1-5. 1984.---
Mass spectrographic and isotope studies have shown that potassium, rubidium, and especially cesium are most efficiently taken up by cancer cells. This uptake was enhanced by Vitamins A and C as well as salts of zinc and selenium. The quantity of cesium taken up was sufficient to raise the cell to the 8 pH range. Where cell mitosis ceases and the life of the cell is short. Tests on mice fed cesium and rubidium showed marked shrinkage in the tumor masses within 2 weeks. In addition, the mice showed none of the side effects of cancer. Tests have been carried out on over 30 humans. In each case the tumor masses disappeared. Also all pains and effects associated with cancer disappeared within 12 to 36 hr; the more chemotherapy and morphine the patient had taken, the longer the withdrawal period. Studies of the food intake in areas where the incidences of cancer are very low showed that it met the requirements for the high pH therapy.

Cancer therapy.....Cesium.....High pH.....Pain.....Potassium.....Rubidium

THE High pH Therapy for cancer was arrived at from an extensive series of physical experiments. These involved the isotope effect across membranes of many types, normal plant and animal, embryonic, cancer, and synthetic. It also involved mass spectrographic analyses of membranes and cells, as well as fluorescence and phosphorescence decay studies of many types of cells and parts thereof. It is the thesis of this paper that the results obtained throw a direct light upon the mechanism of carcinogenesis, and also indicate a therapy. Tests on both mice and humans substantiate this theoretical approach.
 

Chromium Polynicotinate
Chromium Polynicotinate has greater biological activity than other forms of Chromium, including sources from picolinate. CP helps to stabilize blood sugar levels and can be critical to the synthesis of cholesterol, fats and proteins. Chromium polynicotinate consists of pure niacin-bound chromium, identified by United States Government researchers as the active component of true GTF (Glucose Tolerance Factor). GTF is responsible for binding insulin to cell membrane receptor sites. Chromium polynicotinate has been shown to possess greater biological activity than other chromium picolinate weight loss supplements.
Chromium Polynicotinate is a mineral required for regulation of blood sugar. It is involved in the metabolism of glucose and is essential for energy. The ability to maintain stable blood sugar levels is threatened by the lack of chromium in our soil and water and by a diet often high in white flour, refined sugar and junk food. Supplemental chromium has been used successfully to control cholesterol, promote the loss of fat and increase lean muscle tissue. Hoodia Slow carb formula uses a form of chromium that is readily absorbed into the blood. In fact, the niacin bound chromium is a much more effective form of supplemental chromium than the more common and cheaper chromium picolinate.

Chromium polynicotinate facilitates and/or stimulates the metabolism of sugar, fat and cholesterol in the body, as well as the function of insulin. Major hospital and university studies have suggested that supplementation with chromium may reduce body fat, help build lean body muscle, regulate blood sugar and lower elevated cholesterol, particularly in chromium deficient individuals. The polynicotinate and amino acid forms of chromium found in our Hoodia trim fast Slow Carb formulas are the most biologically active, most potent available.

Chromium plays a role in the metabolism of glucose, and is necessary for energy production. Since this mineral assists in the production of insulin, it helps to stabilize blood sugar levels and can be beneficial both for people with hypoglycemia and diabetes. It is also crucial to the synthesis of cholesterol, fats, and proteins. Chromium Polynicotinate is more effective than any other type of chromium, as it binds the elemental chromium to niacin (Vitamin B-3). This provides a biologically active form of chromium, which is more absorbable in the body.

Chromium Polynicotinate has been recommended by the U.S. Government National Research Council as the superior and preferred form of chromium for bioavailability and biological activity, thus the reason we use this form of Chromium supplement (as opposed to picolinate) in our Hoodia Slow Carb special weight loss formula.

Deficiencies in chromium are rare because this mineral is readily available in the foods we eat. However when deficiencies do occur it may be associated with glucose intolerance and/or insulin resistance.
Is Chromium Safe and are there side effects?
The typical safe adult dosage of chromium is 50 to 200mcg daily, taken with food. However, those supplementing with chromium as part of a weight loss program have been known to take up to 400mcg daily.
It's very important not to take too much chromium, individuals who have exceeded 1,000mcg daily for an extended period of time have experienced kidney failure, liver dysfunction, anemia, renal failure, and blood abnormalities. Since chromium is regularly included in many multivitamins it's important to read the labels of all dietary supplements consumed to ensure safe chromium levels are not exceeded.

There are few side effects when supplementing with chromium, however some people may experience mild gastrointestinal upset.

Safety issues concerning the use of the picolinate form of chromium have been in question for the past few years. Aside from genetic damage, picolinate is known to "break off" from its chromium-bond and cause adverse effects. Chromium picolinate is a patented version of the trace mineral chromium. Picolinic acid is produced in the human body, apparently for the purpose of improving the cellular uptake of trace metal ions. Scientists have demonstrated that several minerals in picolinate form are better assimilated than most other forms of the same minerals.

Chromium polynicotinate is a well assimilated form which may have more benefits for certain conditions than does the picolinate form. Chromium polynicotinate seems to have some definite advantages over chromium picolinate, including even better bioavailability. It now appears that niacin-bound chromium is a safer form of chromium for supplementation. Some studies have also shown that niacin is necessary for chromium supplements to be of benefit.
 
Citrimax
Researchers from the Netherlands report that the popular dietary supplement, CitriMax (also known as hydroxycitric acid, HCA, or Garcinia cambogia) has no effect on the amount of fat you burn during exercise.

An ingredient found in many weight loss supplements, HCA is found in the rind of the fruit of Garcinia cambogia, which is used in Asian cuisine. HCA is certainly nothing new. Animal studies as far back as the 1970's show that large doses of HCA inhibit the conversion of carbohydrate to fat.
More recently, there have also been claims that HCA can reduce cell levels of malonyl-CoA (an enzyme that slows the rate at which fat is burned as energy). In theory, at least, this would increase the number of fat calories you burn during exercise, speeding up weight loss.

Putting the theory to the test, a team of scientists from Maastricht University persuaded a group of ten cyclists to take part in two trials. Both tests involved two hours of cycling.

During the first trial, the cyclists consumed a drink containing 18 grams of HCA. In trial two, they were given plain water.

When they used HCA, the cyclists burned an average of 0.68 grams of fat per minute of exercise.

When they weren't given HCA, the cyclists burned an average of 0.66 grams of fat per minute of exercise.

Not much difference is there? Now, despite the fact that HCA before and during exercise has little effect on the amount of fat you burn, what's interesting is the large drop in lactic acid levels seen in subjects using HCA.

After 30 minutes of exercise, lactic acid levels were significantly lower in subjects using HCA.

For the rest of the two-hour ride, lactic acid levels remained lower in the cyclists using HCA.
Lactic acid
Lactic acid is associated with (rather than causing) that "burning" sensation you get in your muscles when you exercise.

Even at rest, your body produces some lactic acid. During exercise, however, lactic acid can build up because the rate of production is greater than the rate of removal. Although it's often thought of as a "waste product," lactic acid can actually be "recycled" by your liver and used as energy.

Potentially, HCA could increase the rate at which your liver converts lactic acid into glucose. However, whether this would actually improve your performance in the gym is open to debate. The amount of HCA used in this study was extremely high (6-30 times the amount used in previous studies), and most people don't have the time to sit on a bike for two hours.

What about HCA and weight loss?

Most research shows that relatively low doses of HCA has little impact on weight loss. It's supposed to work by limiting the conversion of carbohydrate into fat, also known as de novo lipogenesis (DNL).

Although a recent study shows that HCA can limit DNL [2], this really doesn't happen to a significant extent in humans unless you're eating a hypercaloric diet containing large amounts of carbohydrate (which would be a pretty dumb thing to do if you're trying to lose weight).

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EGCG Polyphenols
Polyphenols
Polyphenol is the name more commonly given to the phytochemicals that are found in tea. They are naturally occurring in the leaf and especially abundant in all the green teas. A high Polyphenol content is often noticeable by the slight bitter taste it sometimes gives green tea.
Fat Burner
Green tea extract is one of the many active fat burner ingredients in ASH MoRE and No Fool i products, green tea weight loss products. MoRE and No Fool i do not contain the cheaper green tea leaf like other products contain. Instead we utilize a standardized Green Tea Extract in all our products that contain the healthy weight loss benefits of Green Tea Weight Loss Polyphenols (EGCG, epigallocatechin gallate). These Green Tea fat burner polyphenols are a key element of catechins contained in green tea weight loss products, and helps you burn fat in many ways. EGCG has been widely studied in the green tea weight loss catagory because the standardized green tea extract with EGCG has been shown to reduce appetite by decreasing a hormone called leptin, decreases the fat storage hormone insulin, and increases a chemical neurotransmitter called noradrenaline, which boosts our metabolism and burns more calories. ASH products contain the correct type of Green Tea Fat Burner Extract with EGCG and contains other supportive nutrients that take green tea's weight loss benefits to the next level.
 
Garcinia Cambogia
Garcinia cambogia is a small fruit that resembles a miniature pumpkin. It is indigenous to India and parts of Asia, and an extract from its fruit and rind is popular in many natural weight loss products. The extract is hydroxycitric acid (HCA), claimed to suppress appetite and enhance fat-burning. Animal research supports these claims, but subsequent human trials have been equivocal.

The theory behind garcinia cambogia is that HCA inhibits an enzyme called citrate lyase that helps turns excess carbohydrates into fat. By inhibiting this enzyme, it is believed the body instead boosts carbohydrate oxidation, or simply put, burns the extra carbs. In extensive animal studies, garcinia cambogia was found to reduce food intake by suppressing appetite, as well as to decrease body fat. Human trials have been less clear. While some double-blind studies using garcinia cambogia and a placebo showed the HCA group as doubling or tripling weight loss over a 12-week period as compared to the control group, other studies showed a less promising result.

The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published such a study that used a daily dose of 1500mg of HCA over a 12-week period on healthy, overweight adults. At the end of the study, the group receiving garcinia cambogia did not see statistically different weight loss from the control group. However, this study has been criticized by some, with the claim that the high-fiber diet used in the trial likely interfered with the body’s ability to absorb HCA. Unfortunately, the study did not test the subjects to see whether HCA was found in the cells where it becomes active.

Garcinia cambogia reportedly does not have any known adverse effects in healthy adults, but there are some people who are advised not to take it. According to experts, this includes children, pregnant and lactating women, those diagnosed with diabetes mellitus, and people with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia disease. In the case of Alzheimer’s patients, it is thought HCA might form acetylcholine in the brain, while diabetics could be affected by HCA’s tendency to lower blood sugar. Conversely, in healthy adults this latter effect can purportedly curb cravings for sweets and carbohydrates.

Garcinia cambogia is usually sold in capsule form, standardized to include a percentage of HCA, the active ingredient. Only brands standardized to 50% or greater HCA are generally recommended. For maximum effect, the daily dose is divided in three parts, taking one or more capsules 30-60 minutes before breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Some manufacturers claim garcinia cambogia must build up in the system before the full benefits can be realized. It has also been suggested that HCA might help people who have already attained their ideal weight to maintain it. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate garcinia cambogia. People who are considering augmenting a healthy diet and exercise regimen with herbal aids like HCA should see their physicians for personalized advice.

L-Arginine
L-arginine is an amino acid that has numerous functions in the body. It helps the body get rid of ammonia (a waste product), is used to make compounds in the body such creatine, L-glutamate, and L-proline, and can be converted to glucose and glycogen if needed.

L-arginine is used to make the nitric oxide, a compound in the body that relaxes blood vessels. Preliminary studies have found that L-arginine may help with conditions that improve when blood vessels are relaxed (called vasodilation), such as atherosclerosis, erectile dysfunction, and intermittent claudication.

L-arginine is also involved in protein formation. In larger amounts, L-arginine stimulates the release of hormones growth hormone and prolactin.
Why Do People Use L-Arginine?
In the body, L-arginine is used to make nitric oxide, which reduces blood vessel stiffness, increases blood flow, and improves blood vessel function.

However, L-arginine should not be used following a heart attack. An study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health examining the use of L-arginine after a heart attack was terminated early after six patients died, a disproportionate number. There were no deaths in the patients who did not receive L-arginine.

The study researchers speculate that L-arginine may aggravate the effects of cardiac shock. The results were published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Erectile Dysfunction
L-arginine has been used for erectile dysfunction. Like the drug sildenafil citrate (Viagra), L-arginine is thought to enhance the action of nitric oxide, which relaxes muscles surrounding blood vessels supplying the penis. As a result, blood vessels in the penis dilate, increasing blood flow, which helps maintain an erection. The difference in how they work is that Viagra blocks an enzyme called PDE5 which destroys nitric oxide and L-arginine is used to make nitric oxide.

In one study, 50 men with erectile dysfunction took either 5 grams of L-arginine per day or a placebo. After six weeks, more men in the L-arginine group had an improvement compared to those taking the placebo.

Unlike Viagra, L-arginine must be taken daily.
Wound Healing
L-arginine's possible activity in wound repair may be due to its role in the formation of L-proline, an important amino acid that is essential for the synthesis of collagen.


L-Citruline
L-Citrulline / Citrulline is an amino acid that supports the body in optimizing blood flow through its conversion to L-arginine and then nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is involved in vasodilatation, and low levels are associated with mental and physical fatigue and sexual dysfunction.

Citrulline, which is considered a non-essential amino acid synthesized in the intestinal tract from Glutamine, converts to Arginine in the endothelial cells. This biochemical process involves L-Aspartate and the enzymes Argininosuccinate Synthetase and Argininosuccinate Lyase, in the presence of ATP. Arginine is important for Nitric Oxide production for cardiovascular health; however, most Arginine is utilized in the liver and kidneys, and only a fraction is available for this purpose. Since Citrulline is a precursor to Arginine, it allows for increased and sustained Nitric Oxide production in the endothelium for support of circulatory function.

Oral Citrulline supplementation provides a readily available source of Citrulline for this purpose, and some recent research further indicates that Citrulline may be the preferred source of cellular Arginine. In addition Citrulline also increases energy, stimulates the immune system, and is essential for Urea Cycle function as well.
Why Do People Use L-Citrulline?
L Citrulline, like arginine, is an important amino acid since it can convert into nitric oxide. Glutamine is a precursor of ornithine, which can be converted to citrulline by the intestine; citrulline is transformed in the kidneys to arginine. Hepatic citrulline uptake limits the amount of gut-derived citrulline reaching the kidney.
 
Citrulline is found in watermelon rind and less so in watermelon flesh, but I doubt consuming watermelon rind or eating watermelon fruit will have any significant sexual enhancing effect.
 
Lipase
A lipase is a water-soluble enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of ester bonds in waterinsoluble, lipid substrates. Lipases thus comprise a subclass of the esterases.

Lipases perform essential roles in the digestion, transport and processing of dietary lipids such as triglycerides, fats, oils in most, if not all, living organisms. Genes encoding lipases are even present in certain viruses.
 
 
L-Lysine Hydrochloride
L Lysine is an amino acid that contains two amino groups, neither of which can undergo direct transamination. L Lysine is degraded by a complex pathway in which saccharopine, alpha ketoadipate, and crotonyl CoA are intermediates. Ultimately lysine generates acetyl CoA for the production of energy.
L-Lysine is an essential free-form amino acid which acts as a precursor for other amino acids, including L-carnitine (needed for fat metabolism). L-Lysine is crucial for the formation of collagen, a major part of the body's connective tissues. L-Lysine also contributes to energy production when converted to acetyl coenzyme A, one of the principal fuels for the Krebs cycle.
At this point, it appears that some studies show lysine to be helpful in herpes treatment or prevention, but several more studies are needed to confirm or refute these findings before we can make any firm recommendations for the use of lysine in herpes treatment. My overall impression thus far is that if lysine does help a herpes infection or if lysine prevents a herpes infection, its effects are most likely mild. Although the role of lysine in herpes has been studied off an on for quite a number of years, no firm conclusions can yet be made. I have listed some of the L lysine and herpes studies at the bottom of the page. The ideal dosage of lysine for herpes prevention is not known at this time and the long term side effects of lysine, if any, are also not known. Thus far no significant l lysine side effects have been reported in the medical literature.
 
 
L-Proline
L-Proline, an essential amino acid, is a precursor, along with vitamin C, of collagen. Collagen is a building block of tendons, ligaments, arteries, veins and muscles--the heart muscle in particular; collagen also helps heal cartilage, and cushions joints and vertebrae.

L-Proline is important in wound healing, cartilage building, and in flexible joints and muscle support. It also helps reduce the sagging, wrinkling, and aging of skin resulting from exposure to the sun.

L-Proline, by breaking down protein, helps create healthy cells. It is essential both to skin health, and for the creation of healthy connective tissues and also muscular tissue maintenance.
The Signs of L-Proline Deficiency
Because the body, when its glucose levels drop too low, eats muscles for energy, L-Proline deficiencies may occur in endurance runners and others who do prolonged exercises; these individuals, in order to prevent muscle loss, may benefit from L-Proline supplementation.

Those who have suffered from traumatic injuries--in particular, skin injuries, and severe burns--and people with pain resulting from insufficient cartilage or collagen formation could also be L-Proline deficient.

Small amounts of protein are available in meat, dairy products, and eggs.

Anyone wondering if he or she would benefit from L-Proline supplementation should consult a physician.
 
 
Origanox
Origanox is a natural, completely water soluble, powerful antioxidant, extracted from edible herb species, belonging to the Labitae family (such as Origanum vulgare and Salvia officinalis) and considered as GRAS by the FDA. Origanox is offered in various standardized grades of antioxidant activity.
R. REZNIK, RAD Natural Technologies, 3 Belinson St., Kiryat-Ono, 55297, Israel
RAD Natural Technologies has introduced a natural plant extract with remarkable antioxidative capabilities, derived from edible herbs belonging to the Labiatae family of herbs (Oregano, Rosemary, Melissa, Sage etc.). This extract is marketed under the name ORIGANOX and available in powder form. Contrary to most antioxidants, ORIGANOX is completely water-soluble, which makes this antioxidant in particular effective in aqueous systems and emulsions due to its complete mobility in the aqueous phase. Auto-oxidation occurs at the interface between the oil and the aqueous (or air) interface. It is the interface, where protection against free oxygen is needed. The main properties of ORIGANOX: Completely watersoluble; powerful as antioxidant at low dosing; stable for long periods of time; stable at high temperatures (180? C/ 356? F); organoleptic neutral in most applications. ORIGANOX derives its antioxidative capacity from Hydroxycinnamic acid compounds, such as Rosmarinic acid, which is known to be a very effective and fierce free radical scavenger and inhibitor of enzymatic reactions, associated with inflammations, autoimmune and aging processes in the human body. RNT also offers purified extracts containing up to 50 % Rosmarinic acid for special applications in food processing, as well as for health food, cosmetics and medical applications. Comparative tests with other anti-oxidants in emulsion models show clearly that ORIGANOX has a considerably higher anti-oxidant capability than Vitamin C, E and BHA. ORIGANOX effectively protects carotenoids in aqueous systems. Comparison with existing Rosemary extracts in auto-oxidation models of oils, reveal that ORIGANOX is far more effective. ORIGANOX has opened up new and novel options for food preservation, such as protection of meat, fish, which is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, use of unsaturated, healthy oils in baking applications and protection of nuts.
 
Papain
Proteolytic enzymes are widely used in cell isolation. With some tissues papain has proved less damaging and more effective than other proteases. Lam (1972) found that of the enzymes used for dissociating turtle retina, papain produced the least trauma. Intact single photoreceptor cells have also been isolated from adult salamander retina with papain (Bader et al. 1978, Townes-Anderson et al. 1985). Huettner and Baughman (1986) descrbed a method using papain to obtain high yields of viable, morphologically intact cortical neurons from postnatal rats. Finkbeiner and Stevens (1988) applied the Huettner and Baughman method to the dissociation of postnatal rat hippocampus. Papain is used with fetal as well as postnatal brain regions to provide maximal dissociation and viability of neurons.
Papain is a protein-cleaving enzyme derived from papaya and certain other plants. Enzymes are complex molecules produced in living organisms to catalyze (speed up) chemical reactions within the cell. A number of digestive enzyme supplements are available. The simple ones are extracted from tropical fruits: bromelain from pineapple and papain from papayas. Papain has a mild, soothing effect on the stomach and aids in protein digestion. It is most often used as a meat tenderizer.

Though the exact area of origin is unknown, the papaya is believed native to tropical America, perhaps in southern Mexico and neighboring Central America. It is recorded that seeds were taken to Panama and then the Dominican Republic before 1525 and cultivation spread to warm elevations throughout South and Central America, southern Mexico, the West Indies and Bahamas, and to Bermuda in 1616. Spaniards carried seeds to the Philippines about 1550 and the papaya traveled from there to Malacca and India. Seeds were sent from India to Naples in 1626. Now the papaya is familiar in nearly all tropical regions of the Old World and the Pacific Islands and has become naturalized in many areas. Seeds were probably brought to Florida from the Bahamas. Up to about 1959, the papaya was commonly grown in southern and central Florida in home gardens and on a small commercial scale. Thereafter, natural enemies seriously reduced the plantings.

The latex of the papaya plant and its green fruits contains two proteolytic enzymes, papain and chymopapain. The latter is most abundant but papain is twice as potent. In 1933, Ceylon (Sri Lanka) was the leading commercial source of papain but it has been surpassed by East Africa where large-scale production began in 1937.

The presence and effects of proteinases (now termed proteases) in papaya fruit (Carica papaya) latex have been well known since the 1750s (Brocklehurst et al. 1983). But it was not until the 1870's that the importance of papaya latex as a source of enzymes was recognized.

Papain by far is the most widely studied of the cysteine enzymes because of its commercial value.
 
 
Protease
A protease is any enzyme that conducts proteolysis, that is, begins protein catabolism by hydrolysis of the peptide bonds that link amino acids together in the polypeptide chain, which form a molecule of protein.
Occurrence
Proteases occur naturally in all organisms. These enzymes are involved in a multitude of physiological reactions from simple digestion of food proteins to highly-regulated cascades (e.g., the blood-clotting cascade, the complement system, apoptosis pathways, and the invertebrate prophenoloxidase-activating cascade). Peptidases can either break specific peptide bonds (limited proteolysis), depending on the amino acid sequence of a protein, or break down a complete peptide to amino acids (unlimited proteolysis). The activity can be a destructive change, abolishing a protein's function or digesting it to its principal components; it can be an activation of a function, or it can be a signal in a signaling pathway.

Bacteria also secrete proteases to hydrolyse (digest) the peptide bonds in proteins and therefore break the proteins down into their constituent monomers.

A secreted bacterial protease may also act as an exotoxin, and be an example of a virulence factor in bacterial pathogenesis. Bacterial exotoxic proteases destroy extracellular structures. Protease enzymes are also used extensively in the bread industry in bread improver.

Proteases, also known as proteinases or proteolytic enzymes, are a large group of enzymes. Proteases belong to the class of enzymes known as hydrolases, which catalyse the reaction of hydrolysis of various bonds with the participation of a water molecule.

Proteases are involved in digesting long protein chains into short fragments, splitting the peptide bonds that link amino acid residues. Some of them can detach the terminal amino acids from the protein chain (exopeptidases, such as aminopeptidases, carboxypeptidase www A); the others attack internal peptide bonds of a protein (endopeptidases, such as trypsin, chymotrypsin, pepsin, papain, elastase).

Proteases are divided into four major groups according to the character of their catalytic active site and conditions of action: serine proteinases, cysteine (thiol) proteinases, aspartic proteinases, and metalloproteinases. Attachment of a protease to a certain group depends on the structure of catalytic site and the amino acid (as one of the constituents) essential for its activity.

Proteases are used throughout an organism for various metabolic processes. Acid proteases secreted into the stomach (such as pepsin) and serine proteases present in duodenum (trypsin and chymotrypsin) enable us to digest the protein in food; proteases present in blood serum (thrombin, plasmin, Hageman factor, etc.) play important role in blood-clotting, as well as lysis of the clots, and the correct action of the immune system. Other proteases are present in leukocytes (elastase, cathepsin G) and play several different roles in metabolic control. Proteases determine the lifetime of other proteins playing important physiological role like hormones, antibodies, or other enzymes -- this is one of the fastest "switching on" and "switching off" regulatory mechanisms in the physiology of an organism. By complex cooperative action the proteases may proceed as cascade reactions, which result in rapid and efficient amplification of an organism's response to a physiological signal.
 
Serrapeptidase
Research studies show that Serrapeptidase relieves inflammation, reduces swelling, and thins the thick mucus often found in sinusitis, and so it makes the pain of sinusitis greatly reduced. It is not an antibiotic or antifungal compound, however, so bacterial or fungal infections that can be the basis for sinusitis will not be cured. It will definitely relieve your symptoms, making you feel better. However, you should still find out what is causing your sinus problems so you can find the appropriate treatment to stop the seemingly endless cycle.
Serratiopeptidase is an enzyme derived from a bacteria from the genus serratia. This enzyme has several different spellings: serratiapeptidase, serratia peptidase, serrapeptidase.

Serratiopeptidase is supposed to be particularly helpful with arthritis or other pain (inflammation). A number of products featuring serratiopeptidase have been on the market for quite a while now with a good reputation of success. Many clinical studies verify the effectiveness of serratiopeptidase. It is said to have even fewer side-effects or adjustments than other enzymes.
Clinical research studies have found that serrapeptidase prompts anti-inflammatory activity, anti-edemic activity (the lessening of fluid retention), and fibrinolytic activity (the dissolution of protein buildups). Both in vitro and in vivo studies have revealed that its specific anti-inflammatory effects are far superior to that of other proteolytic enzymes.

Serrapeptidase also alters the elasticity and viscosity of the dense mucus produced in people with respiratory conditions. People with sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma, and pulmonary diseases show much improved structure and function of the mucus after taking serrapeptidase.

Serrapeptidase has been found to be effective against arthritis, ear nose and throat conditions, injury-related swelling, varicose veins and other vascular conditions, and has been used to dissolve arterial plaque. The renowned internist Dr. Hans Nieper, well known for his work with proteolytic enzymes, referred to serrapeptidase as "the miracle enzyme".
Ear, Nose, and Throat Conditions
A study of 193 patients with acute or chronic ear, nose and throat pathologies (including laryngitis). After 3-4 days, patients taking serrapeptidase experienced a significant reduction in pain, secretion and other symptoms. Improvement was excellent or good for 97.3% of the serrapeptidase patients, compared with only 21.9% of the placebo patients.(1)
A study of 193 patients with acute or chronic ear, nose and throat pathologies (including laryngitis). After 3-4 days, patients taking serrapeptidase experienced a significant reduction in pain, secretion and other symptoms. Improvement was excellent or good for 97.3% of the serrapeptidase patients, compared with only 21.9% of the placebo patients.(1)
Respiratory Conditions
In respiratory diseases characterized by increased production of dense mucus, serrapeptidase alters mucus elasticity and results in a considerable reduction in viscosity, confirming its efficacy as a mucolytic agent.(2,3,4) A Japanese study of patients with chronic airway diseases found that treatment with serrapeptidase caused symptoms to significantly decrease, and exerted a beneficial effect on mucus clearance.(5) A double-blind study of 174 patients found the degree of swelling in serrapeptidase-treated patients was consistently and significantly less than in the placebo group, without side effects.(6)
References:
1. Mazzone A, et al. Evaluation of serratia peptidase in acute or chronic inflammation of otorhinolaryngology pathology: a multicentre, double-blind, randomized trial versus placebo. J Int Med Res. 1990; 18(5):379-88.

2. Tomoda K, and Miyatam K. Some information on the composition of trachael secretions before and after the administration of Danzen. Exper Ther. 1972; 477:9-16.

3. Marriott C. Modification in the rheological properties of mucus by drugs. Adv Exp Med Biol. 1982; 144:75-84.

4. Carratu L, et al. Physico-chemical and rheological research on mucolytic activity of serratio-peptidase in chronic broncho-pneumopathies. Therapeutic Res. Dec 1980; 937-951.

5. Nakamura S, et al. Effect of the proteolytic enzyme serrapeptase in patients with chronic airway disease. Respirology Vol 8 #3, Sept 2003, p.316-320 doi:10.1046/j.1440-1843.2003.00482.

6. Tachibana M, et al. A muti-centre, double-blind study of serrapeptase versus placebo in post-antrotomy buccal swelling. Pharmatherapeutica; 1984; 3(8); 526-30.
 
Stevia
Stevia is a genus of about 240 species of herbs and shrubs in the sunflower family (Asteraceae), native to subtropical and tropical South America and Central America. The species Stevia rebaudiana, commonly known as sweetleaf, sweet leaf, sugarleaf, or simply stevia, is widely grown for its sweet leaves. As a sweetener and sugar substitute, stevia's taste has a slower onset and longer duration than that of sugar, although some of its extracts may have a bitter or licorice-like aftertaste at high concentrations.

With its extracts having up to 300 times the sweetness of sugar, stevia has garnered attention with the rise in demand for low-carbohydrate, low-sugar food alternatives. Medical research has also shown possible benefits of stevia in treating obesity and high blood pressure. Because stevia has a negligible effect on blood glucose, it is attractive as a natural sweetener to people on carbohydrate-controlled diets. However, health and political controversies have limited stevia's availability in many countries; for example, the United States banned it in the early 1990s unless labeled as a supplement. Stevia is widely used as a sweetener in Japan, and it is now available in Canada as a dietary supplement.

Rebiana is a trade name for a zero-calorie sweetener containing mainly the steviol glycoside rebaudioside A (Reb-A), which is extracted from stevia. Truvia is the consumer brand for a sweetener made of erythritol and Rebiana marketed by Cargill and developed jointly with The Coca-Cola Company. In December 2008, the United States Food and Drug Administration permitted Reb A based sweeteners as food additives. PureVia is the PepsiCo and Merisant brand of Reb A.
History and use
The genus Stevia consists of 240 species of plants native to South America, Central America, and Mexico, with several species found as far north as Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Human use of the sweet species S. rebaudiana originated in South America. The leaves of the stevia plant have 3045 times the sweetness of sucrose (ordinary table sugar). The leaves can be eaten fresh, or put in teas and foods.

In 1899, The Swiss botanist Moiss Santiago Bertoni first described the plant and the sweet taste in detail. But only limited research was conducted on the topic, until in 1931, two French chemists isolated the glycosides that give stevia its sweet taste. These compounds were named stevioside and rebaudioside, and are 250300 times sweeter than sucrose, heat stable, pH stable, and non-fermentable.

The exact structure of the aglycone and the glycoside were published in 1955.

In the early 1970s, Japan began cultivating stevia as an alternative to artificial sweeteners such as cyclamate and saccharin, which were suspected carcinogens. The plant's leaves, the aqueous extract of the leaves, and purified steviosides are used as sweeteners. Since the Japanese firm Morita Kagaku Kogyo Co., Ltd. produced the first commercial stevia sweetener in Japan in 1971, the Japanese have been using stevia in food products, soft drinks (including Coca Cola), and for table use. Japan currently consumes more stevia than any other country, with stevia accounting for 40% of the sweetener market.

Today, stevia is cultivated and used in food elsewhere in east Asia, including in China (since 1984), Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Malaysia. It can also be found in Saint Kitts and Nevis, in parts of South America (Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Paraguay, and Uruguay) and in Israel. China is the world's largest exporter of stevioside.

Stevia species are found in the wild in semi-arid habitats ranging from grassland to mountain terrain. Stevia does produce seeds, but only a small percentage of them germinate. Planting cloned stevia is a more effective method of reproduction.
 
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