Glutathione – The Master Acid Buster

The term glutathione is typically used as acollective term to refer to the tripeptideL-gamma-glutamyl-L-cysteinylglycine in bothits reduced and dimeric forms. Monomericglutathione is also known as reducedglutathione and its dimer is also knownas oxidized glutathione, glutathionedisulfide and diglutathione. In this monograph, reduced glutathione willbe called glutathione — this is its commonusage by biochemists–and the glutathionedimer will … Continue reading Glutathione – The Master Acid Buster

Glutathione – A Powerful Anitoxidant in the Prevention and Reversal of Parkinson’s Dis-Ease

Scientists at the Buck Institute have shown thatmice suffering from a depletion of the antioxidantglutathione in dopamine-producing neurons developednerve damage and symptoms associated with Parkinson’sdisease (PD) in humans. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter produced in the mid-brainwhich facilitates many critical functions, includingmotor skills. Past studies have shown that depletionof the naturally occurring antioxidant in the affectedarea … Continue reading Glutathione – A Powerful Anitoxidant in the Prevention and Reversal of Parkinson’s Dis-Ease

Should I Add Glutathione To My Diet?

The term glutathione is typically used as acollective term to refer to the tripeptideL-gamma-glutamyl-L-cysteinylglycine in bothits reduced and dimeric forms. Monomericglutathione is also known as reducedglutathione and its dimer is also knownas oxidized glutathione, glutathionedisulfide and diglutathione. In this monograph, reduced glutathione willbe called glutathione — this is its commonusage by biochemists–and the glutathionedimer will … Continue reading Should I Add Glutathione To My Diet?

Glutathione Research Update

Glutathione – or L-Glutathione – is a powerful antioxidant found within every cell. Glutathione plays a role in nutrient metabolism, and regulation of cellular events (including gene expression, DNA and protein synthesis, cell growth, buffering acids and immune response. This antioxidant, made from the combination of three amino acids cysteine, glutamate, and glycine, forms part … Continue reading Glutathione Research Update

The Master Antioxidant – Glutathione

I am excited to announce the creation of the first natural water-based oral glutathione from avocados. This article will tell you why this is so important to your health and well-being.Glutathione (pronounced ‘gloota-thigh-own’) is the body’s essential health ABC’s – Antioxidant, Blood Booster and Cell Detoxifer. It is a tripeptide composed of glutamic, cysteine and … Continue reading The Master Antioxidant – Glutathione

pH MIRACLE ACETYL L-CARNITINE BENEFITS: THE SUPPLEMENT THAT POWERS THE BRAIN & BUILDS MUSCLE

Acetyl-L-carnitine (ALCAR), is an acid busting alkalizing supplement that improves mood, learning, and memory. ALCAR also helps lactic acid in muscles, use fat to buffer acidity, which can increase your endurance, give you an edge in the gym, and help you recover faster. For nootropic benefits, take two grams of ALCAR a day.For better endurance … Continue reading pH MIRACLE ACETYL L-CARNITINE BENEFITS: THE SUPPLEMENT THAT POWERS THE BRAIN & BUILDS MUSCLE

42 THINGS YOU NEED TO DO TO PREVENT OR REVERSE A CANCEROUS CONDITION

MESOTHELIOMA AND THE PH MIRACLE LIFESTYLE AND DIET Throughout the 20th century, a naturally-occurring mineral known as asbestos was used in a number of different applications. It was mainly utilized as insulation, piping, brake lining and flooring. It was ideal for these uses because of its durable and fire-resistant qualities. In 1906, the first case … Continue reading 42 THINGS YOU NEED TO DO TO PREVENT OR REVERSE A CANCEROUS CONDITION

Why Should YOU Supplement Fat-Soluble Plant-Based Vitamin K1 and D3 Daily?

Vitamin K is a name given to a group of fat-soluble vitamins. They are considered essential cofactors in humans for the production of several proteins that are involved in coagulation homeostasis and calcium homeostasis. The original term vitamin “K” comes from the K in the Germanic word Koagulation meaning the ability to clot blood or prevent hemorrhage. Much has been learned about vitamin K and its role in osteoporosis, vascular calcification, osteoarthritis, cancer, and cognition over the past few years. The most commonly known vitamin K types are listed in below along with their corresponding functions and sources.

THE IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING THE ALKALINE DESIGN OF YOUR BODY FLUIDS & TISSUES IN THE PREVENTION & TREATMENT OF ANY SICKNESS OR DISEASE!

The Truth About Alkalizing Your Body Fluids WARNING – WARNING – WARNING – WARNING Reading the following article may disrupt just about everything you thought you understood about the anatomy, physiology and the functionality of the human body! Read at YOUR OWN RISK! The following article was published by Dr. Robert O. Young, April 12th, … Continue reading THE IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING THE ALKALINE DESIGN OF YOUR BODY FLUIDS & TISSUES IN THE PREVENTION & TREATMENT OF ANY SICKNESS OR DISEASE!