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Designer Labels

  1. 1. 07/07/2008 If you eat a sufficient diet – you don’t need to supplement with Vitamins & Minerals According to RDA’s, It’s potentially dangerous to we shouldn’t need additional overdose on supplements supplements Carbohydrates All Vitamin and Mineral Enzymes Supplements are Isolate Glycoprotein equal… Vit C Vit C Lipids Proteins Vitamin C with peptide carriers Bioflavonoids 1
  2. 2. 07/07/2008 Days to Recovery Vitamin C Absorption 600 10 540 % Increa in Blood 9 480 8 420 7 360 Foodstate 6 ase 300 5 240 4 180 3 120 2 60 Isolate 1 0 0 Stage I Stage II Stage III Stage IV Gummy Ascorbic 0 2 4 8 12 24 Acid Hours after Ingestion Calcium Absorption 900 810 720 630 540 450 360 270 180 90 0 Calcium Calcium Foodstate Carbonate Gluconate Calcium University of Scranton Glyconutrients Glyconutrients Major components in nutrition Types of Sugars Proteins Monosaccharides Carbohydrates e.g. Glucose Lipids Disaccharides Vitamins Vit i 2 sugars e.g. sucrose Minerals (Glucose & fructose) Enzymes Oligosaccharides combination of between 3 and 10 sugars Phytonutrients Polysaccharides Glyconutrients combination of more than 10 sugars 2
  3. 3. 07/07/2008 Glyconutrients Glyconutrients There are 200 different sugars but 8 are essential – these 8 are known as Glyconutrients are available from fruit & Glyconutrients vegetables, provided they are picked Glucose when ripe Galactose Xylose We get 2 from modern diet – Glucose and Mannose Galactose Fucose Only 11% of US population have 5-8 fruits & N-acetylgalactosamine vegetables every day N-acetylglucosamine N-acetylneuraminic acid 25% have no vegetables on a daily basis 5 of the 8 sugars are found in human breast milk 50% have no fruits on a daily basis Glyconutrients Glyconutrients If deficient in the body, the body attempts to synthesize the missing sugars from glucose Glyconutrients awaiting Binding with lectins (covalent binding proteins) requires 37 enzymatic steps and uses high amount of energy Glyconutrients attach to cell membranes. They have receptors Glyconutrients bind to lectins which are binding proteins (with 2 receptors) Cell When glyconutrients bind with protein or lipids, they form glycoconjugates i.e. glycoproteins & glycolipids Glyconutrients Glyconutrients Major functions Major functions Glycoproteins transmit biologic information through cell-cell communication Glycoproteins assist in immunomodulation (e.g. Mannose Glycoproteins are used to form some types activates macrophages which activate of collagen NK cells) Glycoproteins assist in cell adhesion to form tissues Glycoproteins are involved in Glycoproteins function in cell-signalling hormone production (e.g. Human chorionic gonadotropin, TSH) 3
  4. 4. 07/07/2008 Glyconutrients Glycoconjugates Glycoproteins & glycolipids Cell Cell Cell-cell communication Glyconutrients Glyconutrients FoodState FoodState Technology Glycoconjugate Glyconutrients (Saccharides) Glyconutrients are the scientific basis for Bonded to Protein (sequenced amino FoodState products acids forming specific peptide) FoodState products are glycoprotein containing + products Nutrient (e.g. Selenium, Magnesium) + Glycoproteins are attached to the nutrient and Food Matrix they carry the nutrient inside the cell = Molecular complex for effective inter & Intra cellular biologic information The sequencing of the amino acids making up the protein in glycoprotein is critical Glyconutrients FoodState® Nutrients FoodState Technology Highly Concentrated Natural Whole The amino acid sequence is unique for each Food individual nutrient. Flavonoids It is the sequencing that has the appropriate transfer codes. Dietary Fibre Lipids The work of Prof. G Blöbel demonstrated that it was the proteins that acted as the messengers inside and outside the cells (proteins have intrinsic signals that govern their transport and Carbohydrates Vitamins localization in the cell) Protein SOD 4
  5. 5. 07/07/2008 Representation of FoodState® Bioavailability Vitamin C vs an isolated form The Real Key Carbohydrates FoodState Vitamin C is Enzymes more than 12 times more bio-available than bio- Isolate Ascorbic Acid Glycoprotein Vit C Vit C Lipids Proteins Vitamin C with peptide carriers University of Scranton Bioflavonoids Daily Multivitamin & Mineral Supplement pp Natural Food chain Modern Food Chain 5 000 Chemicals 5
  6. 6. 07/07/2008 If modern food production methods don’t change, how do we stay well nourished? “We recommend that all We need to optimise our diet adults take one Drink more water multivitamin d il ” lti it i daily” Supplement the known deficiencies with food supplements. Journal of the American Medical Association – June 19, 2002 Multivitamin and Mineral for Men, Women, Over 50’s and Children 6
  7. 7. 07/07/2008 Improved Calcium & Magnesium Formula New Tablet Shape Potassium has been with scoring in middle added 7
  8. 8. 07/07/2008 Vitamin D Vitamin D Research Strengthen bones (Osteoporosis) Harvard sponsored & published in Journal of the National Cancer Institute (Sept 2006) Helps reduce tumour growth If men raise their Vitamin D levels….. Lowers th risk of cancer L the i k f overall risk of cancer death reduced by 29% Reduces the risk of MS & RA (immune enhancement) rates of stomach, throat & colon cancer drop by 43% Lowers the risk of diabetes Vitamin D Research Vitamin D Research Journal – Anti Cancer Research (Oct.2006) UC San Diego (Feb 2007)Journal Exposure to sun for 20 minutes per day for fair If Vitamin D increased….. skinned and 2 x to 4 x for dark skinned….. Lowers risk of breast cancer by 50% Can reduce the risk of 16 types of cancer in men & women Lowers risk of colon cancer by 65% Potassium Maintains water balance Preserves proper alkalinity Functions with Calcium in regulation of neuromuscular activity Helps normalise heartbeat 8
  9. 9. 07/07/2008 Vitamin D 200iu Iron 7mg Magnesium 5mg Zinc 7.5mg Valine V li 50 mg Leucine 50 mg Isoleucine 50 mg White willow bark extract 12.5 mg Methyl Sulphonyl Methane 250 mg Carnitine 50 mg Cramps  Chronic neck pain Chronic back pain  University of Minnesota Medical School  150 children and adults with unexplained muscle and bone pain. Almost 94 per cent were found to be vitamin D deficient 80 %  population is deficient in magnesium,  Sherry Rogers, M.D.  International Medicine World Report 1992.  100%  deficient in intracellular  magnesium  Chronic Pain Management  C. Norman Shealy, MD, PhD Plotnikoff, G. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, December 2003; vol. 78: pp. 1463‐1470. Gregory A. Plotnikoff, MD, MTS, departments of internal medicine and pediatrics,  Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients .January 2005 University of Minnesota Medical School,Minneapolis. Michael Holick, MD, department of medicine, Boston 9
  10. 10. 07/07/2008 32 fibromyalgia patients  The BCAAs are sometimes referred to  32 normal healthy  as the "stress amino acids" because  controls they are used up more rapidly during  times of intense stress.  Serum levels of S l l f Zinc & Magnesium were significantly lower in  the FM group plus more tender points  Sendur, OF, Tastaban E, Turan Y, Ulman C.. "The relationship between serum trace element levels and clinical parameters in patients with fibromyalgia."  Rheumatology International May 22(2008). Methyl Sulphonyl Methane 250 mg Compared to placebo, Ancient Egyptians   gyp MSM delivers a significant reduction in MSM delivers a significant reduction in pain & physical function impairment , No adverse events, such as reported with NSAIDs and  cyclooxygenase‐2 inhibitors Hippocrates The salicin in white willow bark lowers the  body's levels of prostaglandins, hormone like  Effects of (MSM) in osteoarthritis of knee and hip, Linda Kim, ND and Leslie Axelrod, ND, 2004.  compounds that can cause aches, pain, and  inflammation.  Lawrence RM. ‐M.S.M. A double‐blind study of its use in degenerative arthritis. International  Journal of  Anti‐Aging Medicine 1998 Magnesium Vitamin D  Methyl salicylate ‐ antipyretic, anti‐inflammatory, analgesic . MSM ‐ chronic  muscular skeletal pain  Chamomile oil Menthol Arnica oil Aloe vera Feverfew ‐ Prevents  release of arachidonic acid.  Capsicum -Circulatory stimulant & pain control  Lavender oil Clove oil – Powerful antioxidant oil, analgesic properties,  reduce   pain of toothache. Neroli oil 10
  11. 11. 07/07/2008 RELIABLE GMP  Quality Management Legislation ‐“Made in Germany”  PharmBetrV ‐Operational ordinance   PIC ‐Pharmaceutical Inspection Convention  HAB ‐German Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia  HAB ‐German Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia DAB ‐German Pharmacopoeia  Ph. Eur. ‐European Pharmacopoeia HPUS ‐Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States Manual shaking according to Hahnemann's multiple glass technique RESPECTED RESEARCHED Department of Scientific Research Reports  Product monographs ‐German Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia  &  German Federal Health Ministry Fundamental research department Dr. Heinrich Reckeweg (1877‐1944) Clinical trials of existing preparations  Forty countries ‐ spanning all continents Strict control of raw materials  Stringent quality control system Organizes Symposiums Product formulae‐often imitated but never equalled Well‐tolerated combination homeopathic medicines Fully automated filling & packing lines. No physical contact between staff and product. Guaranteeing absolutely hygienic medicines.  Apis mellifica (Honeybee) 4X,  Baryta muriatica (Barium chloride) 6X, Belladonna (Deadly  Ammonium causticum (Ammonium hydroxide) 2X,  nightshade) 4X,  Belladonna (Deadly nightshade) 3X,  Calcarea iodata (Calcium iodide) 4X, Hepar sulphuris calcareum  Bryonia (White bryony) 3X,  (Crude calcium sulfide) 12X, Kali bichromicum (Potassium  Chamomilla (German chamomile) 1X,  dichromate) 4X, Lachesis mutus (Bushmaster) 12X,  Coccus cacti (Cochineal) 5X,  Teucrium marum (Cat thyme) 6X,  Corallium rubrum (Red coral) 10X,  Mercurius corrosivus (Mercury bichloride) 6X, Phytolacca  Cuprum aceticum (Cupric acetate) 10X,  decandra (Poke) 4X.  ( ) Drosera rotundifolia (Sundew) 2X,  Ipecacuanha (Ipecac) 3X,  Indications: Inflammation and Infection:  Thymus serpyllum (Wild thyme) 1X,  • Aches and pains from viruses • Pain from arthritis Indications:  • Fever • Cough from, viral,bronchitis 11
  12. 12. 07/07/2008 Ferrum phosphoricum (Ferrosoferric phosphate) 12X,  Calcarea carbonica 12X,  Lithium carbonicum (Lithium carbonate) 12X, Croton tiglium 4X,  Natrum sulphuricum (Sodium sulfate) 30X,  Fucus vesiculosus 2X,  Nux vomica (Poison nut) 30X, Graphites 12X,  Rhododendron chrysanthum (Rosebay) 6X,  Natrum sulphuricum 2X,  Spiraea ulmaria (Queen‐of‐the‐meadow) 12X.  Spongia tosta 3X  Indications:  I di ti • Discomfort ,pain associated with arthritis • Weight gain  12

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