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  • 1. Health & Nutritional Analysis Part 1 of 13 L/O/G/O
  • 2. DisclaimerThe information in this report is for education purposesonly. The content is not intended to substitute orreplace professional medical advise or treatmentPlease check with your physician or other healthprovided before using any information in this reportNutrition products are for maintaining good health (inthe absence of diseases), and not for treatment ofdiseasesThe information provided is based on recommendationand accept no liability for any inaccuracies andomission
  • 3. Contents 1 Acne 2 ADHD 3 Aging 4 Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)
  • 4. ACNE• The cause of acne is unknown. Acne is most common in teenagers but it can happen at any age• 3 of 4 teenagers have acne to some extent, probably caused by hormonal changes that stimulate oil production. However, people in their 30s and 40s may also have acne• Acne is most likely caused by overactive glands. The excess oil allows the bacteria to become trapped inside the pores• Factors that contribute to the condition include heredity, oily skin and other factors such as allergies, diet and stress• A healthy well balanced diet, skin cleanliness, plenty of filtered water, adequate rest, exercise and fresh air may be of benefit in the treatment of acne
  • 5. Daily Nutritional RequirementsSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageProtein Basic building block & necessary part of living cell in 1 scoop, 2x / day the body. Produce collagen & maintain development & smooth & softnessMixed Carotenoids Vitamin A strengthens the protective epithelial skin. 1 tab, 2x / day Antioxidant & precursor of Vitamin AB Complex Important for healthy skin tone. The anti-stress 2 tabs, 2x / day vitamin. Deficiencies of B6 have been associated with acne. B3 improves blood flow to the surface of the skin
  • 6. Daily Nutritional RequirementsSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageVitamin C + Bioflavonoid Promotes immune function & reduces 3 tabs, 3x / day inflammation. Needed for collagen repair of the (1,000 – 1,600 mg) skinVitamin E with Lecithin An antioxidant that enhances healing & tissue 4 tabs, 2x / day repair (400IU)Garlic & Licorice Garlic is natures own antibiotic. Destroy 2 tabs, 2x / day bacteria & enhances immune function
  • 7. ADHD• ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a faster growing childhood disorder with inattentiveness, over-activity, impulsivity or a combination.• 10 times more boys than girls are diagnosed with ADD (Attentive Deficit Disorder).• Although primarily thought of a childhood disorders, it can be found in adults too.
  • 8. Possible Signs & Symptoms• Fails to give closes attention to details, difficult in solving problem or managing time• Extreme distractibility does not seems to listen when spoken to directly• Difficulty organizing tasks and activities• Difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or play
  • 9. Possible Causes• Affects school performance & interpersonal relationships• Parents & family members of children with ADHD are often exhausted & frustrated• Factors that may linked to ADHD include heredity, anxiety, allergies, smoking during pregnancy, Hyperinsulinemia, oxygen deprivation at birth, environmental stress or pollutants, artificial food additives, injury, lead poisoning or prenatal trauma
  • 10. Daily Nutritional RequirementsSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageProtein Basic building block & important part of living cell in 1 scoop, 2x / day the body.Calcium & Has a calming effect 2 tabs, 3x / dayMagnesiumB Complex Important for proper brain function & digestion. Also 2 tabs, 3x / day enhance Adrenal gland function, regulate neurotransmitters. The anti-stress vitamin.
  • 11. Daily Nutritional RequirementsSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageVitamin C with An anti-stress vitamin. 2 tabs, 3x / dayBioflavonoidsMultivitamin & Minerals All nutrients are needed in the body. 1 tab per day Zinc-deficit – Happen in many ADHD childrenGinkgo Biloba & Ginseng Helpful for brain function & concentration. 2 tabs, 2x / day Helpful in memory (1/2 for young children)
  • 12. Aging• Growing older is not an illness but the passing years do make the body more vulnerable to disease• Our genes dictate that the body’s cells stop dividing after they have divided between 20 to 30 times• Studies show that cells that stop dividing change form & release damaging proteins• As free radicals attacking the cells’ productive membranes & genetic materials, causing cellular damage & malfunction, further contributing to the aging process.
  • 13. Possible Signs & Symptoms• Significant number of problem faced by people over the age of 60 may be attributable to nutritional deficiencies.• Many have mal-absorption problem & do not assimilate nutrients, thus body system slow down & become less efficient.
  • 14. Nutrition that May HelpSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageProtein Is a high quality protein supplement specially 1 scoop, 2x / day formulated with 2 excellent sources of natural protein: soy protein isolate & lactalbumin. It supplies balanced amounts of nine essential amino acids.Multivitamin & Supplies 11 vitamins & 7 minerals, which provides a 1 tab, per dayMinerals broad nutritional coverage & balance of nutrients for protecting lung, growth & repair body tissues, smooth skin, water balance. Boosts immune system. Protects against cancer & heart disease. Wound healing.Vitamin E with Needed to improve memory. Deficiencies of 2 tabs, 2x / dayLecithin antioxidant expose the brain to oxidative damage. Help to transport of oxygen to the brain cells & protects them from free radical damage.
  • 15. Nutrition that May HelpSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageCoenzyme Q10 Aids circulation, improves cellular oxygenation 2 tabs, 2x / day & protect the heart (100 - 200mg)B Complex Needed for brain function, acids in digestion of 2 tabs, 2x / day food. Deficiency can cause depression & mental difficulties in people with Alzheimer’s.Ginkgo Biloba & Ginseng An antioxidant & increases blood flow to the 2 tabs, 2x / day brain.Calcium & Prevent bone loss & for normal heart 2 tabs, 2x / dayMagnesium functioning .Iron & Folic Aids in controlling homocysteine levels. 1 tab, 2x / dayOmega 3 These are the brain’s cellular building block. 1 tab, 3x / dayTake Bee products, Fruits & Vegetables
  • 16. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)• Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), one form of dementia, is a progressive, incurable disease of the brain caused by degenerative & eventual death of nerve cells of brain.• It affects memory, thinking & behavior.• Memory impairment in one of the following areas must also be present:- – Language, decision making ability, – judgment, attention, and – Other areas of mental function & personality
  • 17. Possible Signs & Symptoms• During early stages, the symptoms of AD may be subtle & resemble signs that people mistakenly attribute to “natural aging.”• Symptoms often include:- – Repeating statements – Misplacing items – Getting lost on familiar routes – Personality changes – Losing interest in things previously enjoyed – Difficulty performing tasks – Having trouble finding names for familiar objects.
  • 18. Possible Signs & Symptoms• In a more advance stage, symptoms are more obvious:- – Forgetting details about current events – Problems choosing proper clothing – Forgetting events in your own life history, losing awareness of who you are – Hallucinations, arguments, striking out & violent behavior – Delusions, depression, agitation – Difficulty performing basic tasks like preparing meals & driving.
  • 19. Possible Causes• In addition to age & family history, risk factors for AD may include:- – Longstanding high blood pressure – History of head trauma – High levels of homocysteine – a body chemical that contribute to chronic illnesses such as heart disease, depression & possibly AD – Female gender
  • 20. Daily Nutritional RequirementsSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageProtein Needed for improved brain function & tissue repair 1 scoop, 2x / dayCoenzyme Q10 Increase oxygenation of cells & is involved in the 2 tabs, 2x / day generation of cellular energy (100 - 200mg)Iron & Folic acid To aids in controlling homocysteine levels. 1 tab, 2x / dayLecithin & Vitamin E Needed to improve memory. Deficiencies of 2 tabs, 2x / day antioxidant expose the brain to oxidative damage. Help to transport of oxygen to the brain cells & protects them from free radical damage.B Complex Needed for brain function, acids in digestion of food. 2 tabs, 2x / day Deficiency can cause depression & mental difficulties in people with Alzheimer’s.
  • 21. Daily Nutritional RequirementsSupplement Benefits Suggested DosageCalcium & Has a calming effect & works with magnesium 2 tab, 2x / dayMagnesiumOmega 3 These are the brain’s cellular building block. 1 tab, 2x / dayGinkgo Biloba An antioxidant & increases blood flow to the 2 tabs, 2x / day brain.Take Bee products, Fruits & Vegetables
  • 22. Thank You! L/O/G/O