Biochemistry and Biophysics provide a fundamental level of analysis for Accelerated Self Healing™.
Biocommunication about important parameters of Biochemistry and Biophysics provide a fundamental level of analysis for Accelerated Self Healing™.
The most fundamental level of analysis is Biophysics.
We draw on Professor Vincent's Bioelectronics of Vincent (BEV) system of analysis of energy level and balance in the biological fluid milieu.
The energy content of an aqueous medium is defined by the Nernst Equation of Physics.
We label the Terrains of Health and Disease according to the sequence in which they tend to appear in the healing process.
(The Oligo Element Therapy contents of the test vials we use to evaluate the Phase of the terrain that the body is focused on healing are in parentheses)
Phase 1: Energize (Oligo Elements Cu, Au, and Ag)
Phase 1 terrain relates to susceptibility to viral activity, degenerative changes and cancer.
Phase 1 healing is the most foundational step in recovering health as without energy, a cell can do nothing.
Cellular energy comes from a combination of oxidative respiration in the mitochondria as well as photonic light energy.
Phase 2: Rejuvenate (Oligo Elements Mn and Co)
Phase 2 terrain relates to susceptibility to overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria and parasites as well as rapid aging.
In healing Phase 2, the metabolic enzymes are being repaired to restore cellular function.
Phase 3: Regenerate (Oligo Elements Mn and Cu)
Phase 3 terrain is susceptible to slow metabolism and fungal activity.
In healing Phase 3, new cells can be made through mitosis and through stem cell activation.
Phase 4: Cleanse (Oligo Element Mn)
Phase 4 terrain is susceptible to symptoms of allergy and toxicity.
In Phase 4 healing, the connective tissue matrix in which the cells live is being cleared of wastes and toxins.
Phase 5: Balance (Oligo Elements Zn, Ni, Co, Cu)
Phase 5 deals with balancing life stresses as well as hormonal regulation.
Minerals are the most fundamental of all nutrients.
Each Mineral has its own personality and relationships within the living organism.
We think of a Mineral's nucleus as a coherent geometric structure of a community of protons built on the resonance forms of the Platonic Solids, along the lines first proposed by Professor Moon of the Manhattan Project in his Moon Model of the Nucleus which I describe in more detail on the linked page.
The electron orbital fields interact with those of other minerals to produce the bonding relationships of organic chemistry.
Light is the resonant energetic communication that regulates the changes in those structures during chemical reactions.
The Biofield is the summation of all of those electromagnetic interactions in real time, and therefore contains all of the dynamic information about the processes of growth and development as well as disease and healing.
The research of Professor Popp has documented the high energy coherent biophoton communication between cells associated with these fundamental processes of change.
Boron helps strengthen the bones, as in our Bone Builder formulation.
There are two channels for absorption of Calcium in the gut.
One is passive and always available.
The second channel is active and is turned on by the presence of the mineral form of Calcium found in bone.
This doubles the Calcium absorption when the second channel is activated.
That's why we include Nano-Crystalline Hydroxyapatite in our Bone Builder formula.
Chromium is the only essential mineral that the kidneys cannot retain.
It is also the first mineral to be lost in food processing.
Eating refined sugars and carbohydrates also use up more of this precious mineral.
Restoring healthy Chromium levels with remedies like Glucose Tolerance adds 5 years to longevity.
Cobalt is an essential trace mineral found in Vitamin B12: Cobalamin.
There are two coenzyme forms of Vitamin B12: Methylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin.
We include both in many formulas including Sublingual B12.
Copper is an essential mineral in balance with Zinc.
Because Copper excess promotes oxidation, it is wise to minimize Copper supplementation unless you are deficient in Copper, or are taking a lot of Zinc over time.
If you are Copper deficient, consider Copper Synergy.
Gold is an antidote to Mercury.
In the Condensate state, Gold is an important Spirit Mineral™.
Hydrogen is the most abundant atom in the body being 2/3 of the atomic structure of bulk water and 60% of Living Water, as well as a major constituent of Carbohydrates and Oils.
Molecular Hydrogen (H2) is the measure of electrons in an aqueous medium such as the blood in the Bioelectronics of Vincent (BEV) system that is the foundation of our Five Phases of Health and Disease model of biological terrain.
That is because two electrons combine with two protons to form a diatomic hydrogen molecule.
Molecular Hydrogen (H2) is the perfect antioxidant, quenching free radicals to prevent oxidation of cellular components, without interfering with essential oxidative metabolism in the Mitochondria.
Iodine is essential for Thyroid function.
Thyroid Support is an excellent source.
Iron is better not to supplement unless you know you are deficient.
As with Copper, excess Iron is an oxidizing agent.
People with below average Iron levels live longer than those with above average levels.
If you are Iron deficient, Iron Synergy is the ideal source.
A nutritional dosage of Lithium is very beneficial.
The optimum dosage is much lower than what is used medically.
Neuroceramides supplies nutritionally bioavailable Lithium to help support repair of the Myelin Sheath.
Most of us are deficient in Magnesium because it is not added back to the soil in modern agricultural methods.
Magnesium is an essential cofactor for over 2000 enzymes including in the central nervous system.
We supply Magnesium Threonate in Neuro Magnesium because the Threonate moiety transports Magnesium across the Blood-Brain Barrier and the Blood-Eye Barrier.
Manganese is an essential trace mineral.
It is also the Oligo Element therapy for Phase 4: Cleansing, and included in the mineral combinations for Phases 2 and 3.
Our highest dosage of Manganese is in Bone Builder.
Molybdenum is important for endocrine regulation.
Oxygen; Hypoxia (Sulfur D200)
We certainly need oxygen to survive, and the mitochondria in our cells need it to support respiration for ATP energy production.
Oxygen therapy with intermittent oxygen deprivation can be even more effective than hyperbaric oxygen.
Visit our page on Oxygen Therapies, and ask us for a referral to learn more.
For oral Oxygen delivery to the intestinal tract, see Oxygen Cleanse.
Phosphorus forms very high energy bonds which are used to store metabolic energy in Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP).
Phosphorus is abundant in animal foods, grains, and nuts, and is inflammatory in excess.
Most of the body's Phosphorus is bound in the bones in the mineral form Hydroxyapatite, which is supplied in Bone Builder.
ATP Synergy supplies Phosphorus in the energy storage form Adenosine Triphosphate.
Potassium is high in fruits and vegetables, so that is the best source to assure adequate intake.
For alkalizing pH, we include Potassium in balanced ratio with Magnesium and Sodium in our Bicarbonate Blend.
Excipient-free Potassium Chloride is also synergistic with our Stone Solvent formula.
Maps of Selenium levels in the soil parallel those of breast cancer incidence.
Selenium is an essential trace mineral for anti-oxidant protection.
Many supplements use the inorganic mineral Selenite, but organic forms are more effective.
Silicon in the form of Silica is important for connective tissue health.
Many health products source Silica from Horsetail herb (Equisetum arvense) but Equisetum also has kidney stimulating properties we would rather avoid in most cases, so we source our Silica from Bamboo (Bambusa spp.).
Silver in its ionic or protein-bound states as a metal has a long history of use as a broad spectrum anti-microbial.
We include ionic Silver in our Eye Drop formulations to support stability.
Silver is also used in its non-ordinary state as a Condensate (aka ORMUS, M-State, Monatomic Mineral).
We also supply our Silver Lining Clothing line for protection from harmful EMF including 5G radiation.
Sodium is an essential mineral for cellular activities such as energy production and nerve function.
Sodium has been falsely demonized in Western science due to its association with Chloride in table salt.
Japanese research with Chitosan demonstrates that the potentially negative effects of salt such as post-prandial hypertension are eliminated with Chitosan, which binds Chloride in the gut, but allows Sodium to be absorbed.
We include Sodium in balanced ratio with Potassium and Magnesium in our alkalizing Bicarbonate Blend.
In Homeopathy, Sulfur is seen as the most centrifugal or detoxifying mineral.
It is a key remedy associated with Phase 4: Cleansing terrain.
Sulfur is one of our essential Macrominerals, and we need it in organic forms.
A broad spectrum of beneficial organic forms of Sulfur compounds are included in Sulfur Synergy.
Zinc is essential for many body functions including all the special senses: vision, hearing, taste, and smell as well as immunity.
Because of this, low Zinc can cause craving for salty and spicy foods.
Over 300 enzymes are zinc dependent.
Low Zinc levels can be detected, repleted and monitored by our liquid Zinc Taste Test.
Zinc can be supplemented with Zinc Synergy.
Aluminum is bound in the intestines by our Binder Complex so that it is eliminated rather than being reabsorbed with water in the colon and sent back to the liver to be detoxified over and over...
Aluminum is detoxified from our tissues by the same pathway as other heavy metals, so when any metal is blocking that pathway, the others build up behind it...
We are typically exposed to more Aluminum than other heavy metals, so even though it is less toxic than the others, high levels of Aluminum, e.g. in the brain in Alzheimer's, is a marker of heavy metal issues.
Avoid Aluminum cookware and deodorants.
To support Aluminum detoxification, we suggest our formulations with Silica from Bamboo (Bambusa spp.) including Perfect Skin, Bone Builder, Connective Tissue Support, and Dental Powder or Silica from Diatomaceous Earth in Para-Cleanse.
Seafood can contain Arsenic, but it is mostly in an organic form that is less toxic than inorganic Arsenic.
Avoid imported rice that can be high in inorganic Arsenic.
Organically grown domestic rice is better, and soaking in water for a few hours and then rinsing prior to cooking can remove about 45% of the Arsenic.
Avoid cigarette smoke, since it is the major source of Cadmium inhalation, and we absorb 40 to 60% of the Cadmium we inhale.
Cadmium causes pain in the joints and spine, leading to the name of the toxicity condition in Japan being "Itai-Itai" which means "It hurts, It hurts".
Cadmium tends to replace Zinc, interfering with its many coenzyme functions.
Consider Chelation for Cadmium detoxification.
Chlorine and Chloride are toxic forms of this halogen mineral.
The biggest exposure to toxic Chlorine gas is when taking hot showers in unfiltered municipal water treated with Chlorine.
Avoid showering in unfiltered water, and avoid drinking unfiltered tap water.
Check out our water filtering technologies for the shower and for turning tap water into healing Living Water.
Copper is both an essential mineral and a potentially toxic mineral, promoting oxidation and aging when in excess.
The safety range with Copper is quite narrow, so Copper supplementation is typically only recommended when deficient or when taking lots of Zinc over time since Zinc and Copper work in balance with each other.
For supplementing low Copper consider Copper Synergy.
Iron is essential, but excess promotes oxidation and aging.
Even normal but above average levels of Iron are associated with reduced life expectancy.
To reduce excess Iron in the body, check out Iron Out.
Lead impairs energy metabolism, and stores in the brain and the bones.
When it is being pulled out of accumulated stores, it can produce itchiness when being eliminated through the skin.
Consider Chelation to support getting the Lead out...
Since Lead and Calcium tend to replace each other, Bone Builder is also a good support for Lead detox.
Mercury is the most symptomatic of all the heavy metals.
It can produce any symptom, just depending on where it is located in the body.
That is why Mercury is known as the Great Masquerader of the Mineral Kingdom.
Mercury can be inherited through prenatal exposure, since it concentrates in fetal tissues at 24 times the level in maternal tissues.
That also means that the first born often has the highest exposure.
Dental Mercury from amalgam fillings stores at the highest concentration in the thyroid gland contributing to abnormal function and autoimmune issues, and stays longest in the crystalline lens of the eye, contributing to cataractogenesis.
The half life of liquid Mercury in a 'Silver' filling which starts out over 50% Mercury is 20 years.
There is enough Mercury in one average sized filling to poison a 5 acre lake.
Dental Mercury travels to the brain via the blood, the lymph and the nerves, and it goes down the spinal cord directly to the genitals.
Mercury damages the vascular system as it travels through the blood, and the kidneys are particularly sensitive to this, since they are so highly vascular and tightly wrapped in connective tissue, preventing the ability to swell without putting pressure on their cleansing function.
Chelation of Mercury may need to be pulsed on and off as tolerated by the Kidneys.
Sweating is one alternative route of elimination to take the stress off the kidneys, e.g. with IR saunas.
Two molecules of Glutathione bind one Mercury atom and escort it all the way from the intracellular compartment, out through the liver via the bile.
Cilantro Juice Powder is also very supportive in Mercury detox.
Nickel is only needed in minute amounts by the body.
Most commonly it is seen clinically as a trigger of atopic dermatitis, with discoloration and inflammation of the skin in reaction to costume jewelry.
Vitamins are essential nutrient compounds that the body cannot produce, and therefore must ingest in the diet.
There are also many additional nutrients which were considered Vitamins by their discoverers, and we include many of them in our Functional Formulations™.
These include many additional B Vitamins such as Vitamin B17: Amygdalin.
Vitamin P: Polyphenols is another example listed below as one of the categories identified as Vitamins which we do have a test for, but is not recognized as essential by earthly governments.
Yet another emerging category that we recognize as critically important for maintaining and restoring health and function is the Longevity Vitamins, such as Carotenoids which are essential for maintaining vision and preventing the leading cause of 'irreversible' blindness in modern cultures.
Vitamin A: Retinol
Vitamin A is essential for all epithelial tissues as well as for vision.
We supply a strong dose of Vitamin A in Vitamin A Synergy for short term use in Phase 1 terrain.
The B Complex Vitamins are synergistic as a group, and their metabolism varies with the diurnal cycle, so we have formulated a different B complex for each meal:
Breakfast: Rise & Shine
Lunch: Vital Energy Be
Vitamin B1: Thiamine
Instead of USP Thiamine HCl, we use the more therapeutic forms Allithiamine, Benfotiamine, or Sulbutiamine.
Vitamin B2: Riboflavin
Instead of USP Riboflavin, we use the active co-enzyme form Riboflavin 5-Phosphate.
Vitamin B3: Niacin
Niacin increases circulation, so we use small amounts in many formulations to help deliver more therapeutic substances to the body tissues.
We also use anti-aging forms of B3 like Nicotinamide Riboside (NR) and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) in formulas including our Longevity.
We also use Picamilon, which is Nicotinoyl-GABA a combination of Niacin and GABA.
Vitamin B5: Pantethine
We use Calcium Pantothenate instead of acidic Pantethine HCl.
Vitamin B6: Pyridoxine
We use the active coenzyme form Pyridoxal 5-Phosphate (P5P) or the therapeutic form Pyridoxamine instead of the acidic USP form Pyridoxine HCl.
Vitamin B7: Biotin
Biotin is important in fat, carbohydrate, and amino acid utilization.
Vitamin B8: Coenzyme A: Adenosine Monophosphate (AMP)
AMP regulates metabolism in ratio with Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) by activating the enzyme AMPK, an important pathway in the science of longevity.
Vitamin B9: Folate
We use the active form Methyltetrahydrofolate (MTHF) instead of the USP form Folic Acid.
Vitamin B10: Para-aminobenzoic Acid (PABA)
PABA supports healthy skin, hair, and digestive function.
PABA is not classified as a vitamin by regulatory agencies of earthly governments because it can be produced by bacteria in the gut.
Vitamin B12: Cobalamin
We use a combination of the two active co-enzyme forms of Vitamin B12: Methyl Cobalamin and Adenosyl Cobalamin)
Adenosyl Cobalamin is the form used by the Mitochondria, which produce ATP for cellular energy.
We use a minimal amount of the essential Methyl form because it turns out to be the catalyst that methylates Mercury, making it about 1000 times more toxic than the metallic form.
Sublingual B12 Powder supplies both active forms under the tongue, bypassing the need for Intrinsic Factor.
Vitamin B13: Choline
Choline is a precursor for the neurotransmitter AcetylCholine (Ach) which is crucial for sensation, learning, and memory.
Choline can be supplied in several different forms including Choline Bitratrate, Dimethylethanolamine (DMAE), Centrophenoxine, Citicoline (CDP Choline), Lecithin, Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine (Alpha-GPC), and Phosphatidyl Choline (PC).
While Choline sources are not regulated as a Vitamin by governments, they were considered as such by the scientists who discovered them.
Vitamin B15: Trimethylglycine (TMG)
TMG has three methyl groups it can donate, so it is the best methyl donor.
It is derived from beets, and must be extracted and purified to avoid getting an excess of Iron when taking a therapeutic dose.
Researchers use up to 4 grams a day, and we often recommend 500 milligrams of TMG Powder dissolved in the mouth or in water up to 3 times a day.
Vitamin B16: Dimethylglycine (DMG)
When TMG donates its first methyl group, it becomes DMG.
DMG is known for enhancing cellular Oxygen utilization.
Vitamin B17: Amygdalin
Amygdalin was identified by its scientific discoverers as Vitamin B17 with the associated deficiency condition being Cancer.
Cancer is not recognized by governments as a Vitamin deficiency disease, so Amygdalin is not regulated as a Vitamin by governments.
B17 Synergy provides a comprehensive Amygdalin support system.
Vitamin B20: Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR)
(See also Acetyl L-Carnitine in the section on Amines)
Vitamin B21: Inositol
Inositol (also sometimes called Vitamin B8) is important for transduction of cellular signaling in response to hormones, neurotransmitters and growth factors.
It has important benefits related to serotonin, weight management, peripheral nerve pain, anxiety, cholesterol and blood pressure regulation, sleep, cancer susceptibility, mood, memory, attention, autism, hair and skin health.
Vitamin C: Ascorbate
Most animal species make their own Ascorbate from blood sugar.
Guinea pigs are like humans in that Vitamin C is a Vitamin for them like it is for us.
They can only get it from their diet.
That's why they make good 'guinea pigs' for animal experimentation.
Vitamin C comes in acid, alkaline and fat soluble forms.
Ascorbic Acid can be either natural source L-Ascorbic Acid, or synthetic Ascorbic Acid which has both D and L enantiomer shapes, half of which are twisted the wrong way.
Alkaline mineral ascorbates can come with a variety of mineral moieties.
We use Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese and Boron.
We avoid Calcium, because Calcium is a stress signalling ion in the intracellular compartment.
Fat soluble Ascorbyl Palmitate protects the cell's membranes from lipid peroxidation, and acts as a long term reservoir for Vitamin C.
We also use a potent herbal Vitamin C from Amla (Emblica officinalis).
In our Synergy C, you'll find a whole range of botanical and nutritional synergists with Vitamin C, including the complete intracellular antioxidant network.
Vitamin D3: Calciferol
Vitamin D is not only a Vitamin but also a Hormone.
It is essential for Calcium metabolism, for brain function and immunity...
We include both botanical and nutritional synergists in Vitamin D Synergy.
Vitamin E: Tocopherols
Vitamin E is a complex of Tocopherols.
In some formulations, we use the natural dry form of Vitamin E, D-Alpha Tocopherol Succinate.
When there is more room in the capsule, we prefer the natural Vitamin E complex with additional Tocopherol forms.
Our Vitamin E Spectrum provides the full spectrum of Vitamin E unaltered and undiluted by other oils, which is most Vitamin E oils must be refrigerated to prevent rancidity.
Ours is stable at room temperature.
Vitamin K: Menaquinone
Vitamin K2 in the MK-4 form is the most biologically active form of Vitamin K, and the natural form is the trans form, so that is the most important form.
The MK-7 form of K2 is the most bioavailable form for the liver and the bones, so including some of that is also a benefit.
Some formulations may include the food form we get from eating vegetables, Vitamin K1, as well as the two forms of K2 (MK-4 and MK-7) that are the most important to supplement, even though few of us are deficient in K1.
Vitamin K is synergistic with Vitamin D, so you'll find a good dose in our Vitamin D Synergy.
For a high dose of Vitamin K, try Bone Builder.
Vitamin P: Polyphenols
Polyphenols are phytonutrients with multiple phenol rings.
These compounds provide many of the colors, flavors and therapeutic qualities of botanicals.
In our Clinical Theory™, we propose that the electrons in these conjugated double bond rings act as a Farraday shield, producing a sanctuary effect at the center of the ring that attracts Spirit Minerals, also known as ORMUS or M-state minerals, and scientifically may be Bose-Einstein Condensates (BECs) of Transition Minerals.
We use many Bioflavonoids in our formulas, such as the dozens in our Vitamin P Polyphenols
Coenzyme Q10: Ubiquinol
CoQ10 is important for Mitochondrial health.
We use water soluble Ultra Absorption CoQ10 for maximum bioavailability.
Check out our Mitochondrial Biogenesis to support oxidative metabolism by sustaining the mitochondria and even supporting their reproduction!
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) must be obtained through the diet as they cannot be synthesized de novo in the body.
Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids
DHA is the most essential Omega 3 Fatty Acid, as it is the dominant fatty acid in the retina and the brain.
We source DHA from whole algae oil in our NeurOmega capsules because it is the cleanest source, being the original source at the foundation of the food chain, allowing us to use the whole oil which also includes Phytoceramides.
Phytoceramides are waxy fats that we lose the ability to make with aging.
They are needed to keep the skin youthful, but also essential in every cell membrane, to repair the myelin sheath, and for regulation of metabolism, such as metabolic syndrome.
Amino Acids make up functional proteins like enzymes and structural proteins like collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) in our connective tissue.
Some of those Amino Acids are essential because they cannot be made from other materials in the body.
5-HTP provides a precursor for production of Serotonin which supports emotional health, optimism and self confidence.
This also supports sleep via Melatonin which is produced from Serotonin.
Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR)
Also identified as Vitamin B20, ALCAR is important for the brain as a nootropic for focus and cognition, being a precursor of Acetylcholine, as well as providing neuroprotection and mitochondrial support.
ALCAR can help with anti-aging, slowing memory loss, while supporting appetite, energy, tingling extremeties, and cholesterol regulation.
Alanine is an alternate energy source because it can be converted to Pyruvate in the Liver, which then can be turned into Glucose via Gluconeogenesis.
Alanine is also used for muscle repair and helps the gastrointestinal tract.
Arginine can increase circulation and lower blood pressure by stimulating Nitric Oxide production, so it can be useful in erectile dysfunction as well as for the brain.
Application for the heart has shown mixed results.
We minimize the use of Arginine in our remedies because it can also trigger Herpes outbreaks.
Asparagine is important for the nervous system.
Aspartic Acid can be therapeutic for the brain.
Citrulline helps cardiovascular and liver functions.
Citrulline is also a key nutrient for supporting the Vagus Nerve (Cranial Nerve X).
It is found in abundance in watermelon and in our Vagus Nerve Support.
Cysteine is a Sulfur-bearing amino acid which is supportive for Liver and Lung functions.
Sulfur-Sulfur bridges between pairs of Cysteine components of proteins are crucial in giving proteins their 3-dimensional conformation (shape) and their structural properties.
We typically provide Cysteine in the highly bioavailable form N-Acetyl Cysteine (see below).
Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
GABA is a neurotransmitter that supports relaxation, sleep and relief of muscular pain.
GABA is synergistic with Taurine and Theanine.
Glutamine can be made into Glutamic Acid which is a precursor of GABA.
Glutamic Acid is a precursor of GABA.
We minimize the addition of Glutamic Acid since Glutamate is the key neurotoxin in many neurodegenerative conditions including Glaucoma, and Alzheimer's.
Glutamine helps keep the brain balanced by providing a backup source of metabolic energy.
Glutamine can be made into Glutamic Acid which is a precursor of GABA.
Glutamine supports healing of the gut lining, but we use other means of achieving this worthy goal, since Glutamine is also a precursor of the excitotoxin Glutamate.
Glutathione is a tripeptide that is extremely important for both anti-oxidant protection and cellular detoxification.
We include many precursors and synergists along with Glutathione and S-Acetyl Glutathione in our Glutathione Synergy.
The naturally sweet taste of Glycine gives it the origin of its name, since the root "glyc" means sugar.
Glycine has a calming effect on the brain, and benefits the muscles, liver, heart, and bones as well.
It is the main amino acid in the alpha helix that makes collagen.
We see Collagen as a key fiber optic communication pathway in addition to being a key structural protein.
Histidine has anti-inflammatory effects and benefits for the cardiovascular system, weight management, sugar regulation, and the brain.
Hydroxyproline stabilizes Collagen's triple helix.
Increased levels in blood or urine are used as an indicator of connective tissue degeneration.
Isoleucine is an essential amino acid that helps sugar regulation, as well as recovery from exercise and muscle injury.
Leucine is an essential amino acid that supports muscle mass, sugar regulation, weight management, and production of Human Growth Hormone (HGH).
Lysine is an essential amino acid that helps block stress responses to reduce anxiety.
Lysine helps prevent Herpes family viral cold sores.
Lysine supports Calcium metabolism and collagen production.
Lysine may also help prevent Cataracts.
We use Lysine in our Chelation formula because Cholesterol binds reversibly with Lysine in the vascular endothelium.
Methionine is an essential Sulfur-bearing amino acid that is important for detoxification and anti-aging.
In some cases, a low Methionine intake can be beneficial, since certain cancer cells are dependent on Methionine.
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC)
NAC liquefies the Lymph and boosts cellular production of Glutathione.
Ornithine is used to support athletic performance and recovery from exercise, injury and alcohol toxicity.
L-Ornithine L-Aspartate (LOLA) is very helpful in chronic liver conditions.
Para-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA)
PABA helps rejuvenate hair and skin and supports red blood cell production.
It is important in protein metabolism.
It also supports maintenance of a healthy microbiome.
(see also Vitamin B10)
Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid that supports memory and learning.
It is essential for the brain and the thyroid gland.
The DL form is synthetic, so half of the molecules twist the wrong way to be effective in the body's metabolic pathways.
This form is used to reduce pain, and synergizes with Endorphins that support pleasant and loving feelings as well as relief from both physical and emotional pain.
Proline supports skin, joints, connective tissue and digestive function.
It also supports the heart and manages inflammation and stress.
S-Adenosyl Methionine (SAMe)
SAMe elevates mood, helps repair serious liver damage, and regenerates cartilage.
SAMe becomes Homocysteine when it donates its Methyl group.
Homocysteine is strongly linked to atherosclerosis, so our SAMe Synergy includes a full range of Methyl donors to recycle Homocysteine back to the beneficial SAMe form.
That way the dosage of SAMe also keeps working longer and better.
Serine supports brain function and helps fibromyalgia, stress, sleep, and immunity as well as showing some benefits in diabetes and cancer.
Taurine provides important support for the retina, the liver, circulation, and the heart.
Threonine transports Magnesium across the Blood-Brain and Blood-Eye Barriers.
TMG is the most powerful nutritional methyl donor.
It is purified from beets so that a therapeutic dose can be achieved without taking in a toxic level of Iron.
For a high dose of yummy TMG, check out our TMG Powder.
Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that can be converted into 5-Hydroxytryptophan, the precursor for Serotonin and then Melatonin.
Tryptophan has a ring structure, so it can carry a Spirit Mineral of the conscious body according to the Clinical Theory of Everything.
Tyrosine is a precursor for Thyroid hormone production.
Tyrosine also provides a precursor for production of Catecholamine neurotransmitters that support mental focus and drive.
Tyrosine can be made into L-DOPA, which converts into Dopamine, the precursor for Norepinephrine and then Epinephrine.
Valine is an essential amino acid with benefits for muscles, sleep, stress, immunity and appetite.
Several types of enzymes are important including food enzymes, digestive enzymes, and most of all cellular metabolic enzymes.
Salivary Amylase digests carbohydrates in the mouth and Pancreatic Amylase continues that digestion in the small intestine.
Both areas have an alkaline pH.
Lipase enzymes digest fats in the stomach and small intestine.
Protease enzymes digest proteins in the stomach and small intestine.
We also use several proteolytic enzymes for systemic enzyme therapies.
These include Lumbrokinase, Serrapeptase, and Nattokinase.
Hormones are circulating biocommunication molecules.
7-Keto Dehydroepiandrosterone (7-Keto DHEA)
7-Keto is a metabolite of DHEA that retains its benefits for supporting adrenal recovery from chronic stress and Rx steroid treatments, without converting into the sex hormones, so it preserves the hormonal status quo otherwise.
We supply a gentle, sustainable dose of 7-Keto in Adrenal Repair: Sublingual 7-Keto.
Cortisol is a stress hormone.
DHEA is a natural adrenal steroid hormone that reduces inflammation.
In controlled studies, doctors prescribed lower doses of Rx steroid medications when subjects received supplemental DHEA.
DHT is a metabolite of Testosterone that contributes to male pattern baldness and head hair loss in both males and females, as well as Prostate issues.
We designed DHT Blocker to help solve these issues.
Estrogen is produced in the Ovaries and helps regulate reproductive maturation and the menstrual cycle.
It is made from DHEA which we supply along with Progesterone in Endocrine Restore.
Ghrelin is the hunger hormone produced mainly by the Stomach, with a little bit also made by the brain, the small intestine, and the pancreas.
We make Appestat to help regulate Ghrelin and hunger.
Leptin is the satiety hormone released by fat cells to communicate to the hunger center in the brain.
Melatonin is produced in the daytime in the Mitochondria and serves as a primary antioxidant to protect these intracellular symbionts.
This Mitochondrial Melatonin is produced in response to the Infrared radiation that is the majority of energy in sunlight.
Most modern indoor lighting is completely devoid of Infrared energy output.
At night Melatonin is produced by the Pineal gland and released into the blood.
Melatonin is the only hormone that communicates to every cell in the body, coordinating our diurnal rhythms so all of our organs, meridians, and systems can coordinate their functions properly.
It is also the only hormone that carries its own signal directly into the nucleus of the cell, rather than relying on an intracellular messenger molecule produced only in certain target tissues.
Melatonin regulates sleep and detoxification of the brain via its glymphatic system, as well as maturation, and has a strong association with longevity.
We support sleep, Melatonin production, and natural blood levels of Melatonin through the night with:
Sleep Synergy, which can be taken at bedtime or during the night since it has a minimum content of Melatonin.
Brain Cleanse, which is taken at bedtime, since it has enough slow-release Melatonin to last through the night.
Melatonin Max, which has a strong dose of Melatonin so that one or two capsules can be taken at bedtime based on research in weight loss and cancer.
Because Melatonin is also the primary regulator of Intraocular Pressure (IOP) while we sleep, we also include it in our OcuFlow Bedtime.
Pregnenolone is made from Cholesterol.
Cholesterol is made by the liver and has many functions, including cellular protection against toxicity, cellular regeneration, and production of hormones and Vitamin D.
We include a gentle, sustainable dose of Pregnenolone in Endocrine Restore.
Progesterone is produced in the Ovaries and helps regulate the menstrual cycle.
It is made from DHEA which we supply along with Progesterone in Endocrine Restore.
Androgens produced primarily in the testes regulate male maturation and reproductive function.
They are made from DHEA.
We primarily support Androgen production with the precursors in Endocrine Restore.
Thyroid hormones Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3) regulate the basal metabolic rate.
The Thyroid also make Calcitonin which regulates Calcium metabolism and bone formation.
Since the adrenals regulate short term boosts in metabolic rate, the two work in tandem.
If there are deficiencies in one, it puts more stress on the other to compensate...
Our Thyroid Support combines precursors and co-factors for Thyroid hormone production along with synergistic botanicals.