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August 10, 2018 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Nutraceutical and Weight Loss Therapy 5 (6)

Nutraceutical and Weight Loss

Weight Loss therapy

There are now millions upon millions of options for weight loss therapy and nutraceuticals available on the market today. Many fads that, for the most part, do actually work, but the end result for 99% of the participants is always the same; gaining back more weight loss therapy they actually started off with.

The one thing that these diet programs have all wrong is the notion that the “same” therapy program will work for every single person that tries it. That is propaganda. Whoever tries to convince you that if something worked for one person, then it must work for you as well, is lying to you and does not have your best interest in mind. Another very important, yet logical characteristic of “being thin” is the actual need to change your entire lifestyle… that is literally the only way to weight loss therapy and keep it off. If you go back to what you were doing before, you will just end up the way you looked and felt before.

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s talk about options available to help you on your path to the new you. Options that may even help you to accelerate the process a bit. For the core group, the whole point of founding AAI Rejuvenation Clinic was to establish an organization based on the premise that patient care and focus, really putting the patients first, is of utmost importance and the kind of focal structure missing in most medical establishments today. Our logical determination is that if we actually focus on helping patients and honestly answer queries related to their health and wellness goals, our patients will be loyal to our process and to our establishment; happy to be a part of the AAI Rejuvenation Clinic family and satisfied with our level of service, respect and, overall, their final goals and end results.

All Weight Loss Therapy are NOT Created Equal!

Medicinal therapies and protocols cannot be a one-size-fits-all structure. Each individual patient’s specific physiological characteristics, their daily routine, as well as their actual goals and aspirations must be taken into consideration when drawing up and organizing a plan of attack to drop those unwanted pounds and inches.

For the most part, the nutritional diagnosis will be the focus of your protocol assembling. Additionally, hormone treatments are very commonly incorporated into most diet regimens to help patients needing the additional assistance in weight loss due to physiological apprehensions.

Though Gonadotropin is one of the options available at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic as a weight loss therapy program, the reality is that it is not one of the healthiest weight loss options available out there and we do try to stray from incorporating it into our agendas. Needless to say, it is a program that helps some participants lose their desired weight and it can be effective if very properly administered and unmistakably followed. What we do different, in cases where interested patients qualify for these another hormone related weight loss options, such as the Gonadotropin hormone replacement program, is we integrate an array of vitamins, probiotics, amino acids and other such supplementing pharmaceuticals in an effort to cater to the immune system, which is one of the strongest downfalls of participating in such a protocol, which requires such a minimal amount of caloric consumption daily.

Why AAI Rejuvenation Clinic is Different.

At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we do what is best for your body in terms of helping you reach your health and wellness goals. We’ve learned that many times when a patient is having problems reaching their weight goals, the association has to do with a bad combination of food choices for that individual specifically. The way the body processes food is very different from one person to another, so understanding a person’s eating habits in conjunction with proper and adequate blood tests can really help zero in on a program, and the right supplementing nutraceuticals, to help eliminate whatever toxins may be preventing them from losing weight or, whatever hormone imbalance may be slowing down their weight loss process. Whatever metabolic issue may be obstructing a person’s ability to reach their weight loss goals can be addressed once it’s properly diagnosed.

May 20, 2018 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

To Understand the Hormonal Imbalance in Women 5 (4)

To Understand the Hormonal Imbalance in Women

Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal Imbalance and why can it be so difficult or impossible to clear up acne? As you probably know, you’re hormonal and acne has a vast array of potential causes.

For some people putting cream or simple dietary changes can clear up their skin (Yeah!), but for others, it can be a long and hard arduous journey to clear up.

However, it doesn’t have to be a long struggle for clear skin if you can pinpoint the underlying triggers. Hormonal Imbalance is a cause of acne, and I’m going to talk about the topic in detail so you can understand or have an idea why this can occur, and how you can treat it!

Hormones are abundant when we are young in the body, always involved in complex and far-reaching processes. No Hormonal Imbalance acts in isolation; they work together, so when one is out of balance, it can disrupt the whole endocrine system or worse. This article will discuss Hormonal Imbalance related to pre-menstrual and acne problems.

A brief overview of the menstrual cycle in women and its Hormonal Imbalance, to understand the Hormonal Imbalance in women, it’s essential first to know what hormonal balance is and what should occur ideally.

Your period is a monthly report on your health, and if everything is in balance, you should expect to have an average length cycle, with little-to-no PMS symptoms and a painless period without heavy bleeding. You might be thinking ‘As if that exists?!’ right now, but unfortunately, so many women experience Hormonal Imbalance, stress, nutritional deficiencies, and general ill-health, that things like PMS and period pain have become the norm. PMS is common, but it’s not normal. So, let’s get into it:

Menstrual cycle will starts on the first day of your period bleed, right until the first day of your next period. An average cycle length is anywhere between 23 and 35 days in length and varies from woman to woman. Although the menstrual cycle based on 28 days, Now this is not the case always. Anything outside this 23-35 day cycle length will be considered abnormal or will often indicate a Hormonal Imbalance dysfunction along the line in life.

Hormonal Imbalance

 

There are many hormones involved in the body that can regulate the menstrual cycle, but (so it doesn’t get too confusing!) the main ones are:

  1. Estrogen
  2. Progesterone
  3. Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
  4. Luteinizing hormone (LH)
  5. Testosterone

Testosterone and other androgens, If implantation of an egg occurs, the above hormones kick in to promote all the requirements for a healthy pregnancy. If fertilization does not happen, after ovulation the uterus lining will shed to make way for a new uterine lining for next ovulation (the body is always hoping!).

Ovulation is meant to occur smack-bang in the middle of your menstrual cycle- at text-book day 14 if you have a 28-day cycle. You will usually get your period 14 days later of ovulation, so if your menstrual cycle is 25 days, you may ovulate on day 11.

The Ovulation shares the menstrual period into two stages: the first phase is when estrogen is the star, and the second stage focuses on progesterone. Progesterone usually is secreted from the ovarian follicle after ovulation (a tiny bit released from your adrenal glands), which develops into a sac called the corpus luteum. Therefore, to have adequate levels of progesterone, you need to have ovulated.

Now, central to the discussion of hormonal balance because many women don’t ovulate every menstrual cycle due to stress, illness, and nutritional inadequacies. Estrogen and progesterone-like to work together in balance, and the ratio between the levels of these hormones is critical. Estrogen is ‘proliferative,’ meaning it promotes cells growth (things like breast and hip development in puberty) and promotes smooth, plump skin, healthy bones, and arteries. Progesterone is ‘secrete,’ meaning that it promotes vascular development and the maintenance of the uterine lining after ovulation.

Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal Imbalance can occur in women when:

  1. Estrogen levels are high or low, and progesterone is normal
  2. Estrogen levels are high or low, and progesterone is low
  3. Estrogen levels are reasonable, and progesterone levels are low
  4. Pre-Menstrual, Acne, and Estrogen levels
  5. Pre-Menstrual, Acne, and Testosterone levels

Pre-menstrual and acne can occur anywhere in the 1-2 weeks before your period, now this acne is related to the hormonal of a woman’s menstrual period and includes the hormones testosterone, estrogen, progesterone also some androgens and others.

After the ovulation, in the second part of the menstrual cycle the amount of hormones increases, because we know we have testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. Estrogen will naturally start to decline soon while progesterone begins to rise.

But how do estrogen levels drop?

Too high or too little estrogen can disrupt the menstrual cycle and can impact progesterone levels by impairing ovulation. So, we want estrogen to be at just the right amount- not too high and not too low. Estrogen is broken down (metabolized) through the liver and eliminated via the kidneys and intestines (in your pee and poop). If estrogen is not working or metabolized correctly, then the levels build and build which can result in estrogen excess. Too much estrogen and specific metabolites of estrogen can cause inflammation. Here is where high estrogen levels can trigger pre-menstrual acne.

The cause? Too much re-circulating estrogen and not enough proper liver detoxification going on and extra estrogen can turn in testosterone.

Pre-Menstrual and acne are a sign that your liver needs some love!

Higher amounts of hormones place a higher burden on the liver’s detoxification pathways in the body. Don’t forget! The liver has to metabolize every single thing or substance that enters into our bodies food, environmental toxins, metabolic waste products, red blood cells and much more. It also metabolizes our hormones, especially estrogen (and all the estrogen metabolites).

Some are signs that your liver needs some support or attention:

  1. Headaches and migraines
  2. Constipation
  3. Acne
  4. Eczema
  5. Irritability
  6. PMS
  7. Nausea and indigestion
  8. Sinus congestion (sinusitis, rhinitis)
  9. Allergies
  10. Metabolic syndrome
  11. Insulin resistance

How can you help your liver and make sure you’re eliminating excess hormones?

Make sure you’re pooping at least once per day. If your bowels are congested, this increases your overall toxic load, which has to get processed in the liver.

Eat enough fiber- we require at least 30 grams per day, and many of us reach about half of this. Thread connects into metabolized hormones, cholesterol and moves them out of the body via the intestines. Up your intake of veggies, seeds, beans, legumes, nuts and gluten-free grains.

Cruciferous vegetables contain glucosinolates, which are broken down to indole-3-carbinol. This compound supports the detoxification of estrogens. So eat more broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and kale every day.

Eat bitter foods- bitter greens like the rocket (arugula), endive and bitter lettuces stimulate the production of digestive secretions, such bile in the liver. Bile contains metabolized hormones and waste products, so we make sure it leaves the body, so the liver can continually process new fresh bile and help the organization.

Include rosemary and turmeric in your diet as much as possible. This help reduces inflammation in the body, liver and also support detoxification pathways or microbiota.

Make sure you don’t have any hidden food intolerances. These will cause the body inflammation in the GIT and place an extra burden on your liver.

Balance your gut bugs! Your microbiota (intestinal bacteria) also play a significant role in metabolizing of estrogens. Consume fermented foods with each meal: fermented veggies and kombucha, yogurts, kefir, sauerkraut, and feed your bugs with probiotic fibers: green bananas, cold potatoes, whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables.

Acne, Pre-Menstrual, and Progesterone testosterone, and estrogen

Now If your progesterone levels are out of balance, this can also lead to hormonal acne, as other symptoms related to PMS and infertility. Balance progesterone levels have been shown to help block the activity of DHT, and the most potent of androgens, also this present in the skin and contributes to the formation of acne.

We have discussed this earlier in this blog, progesterone mainly produced once ovulation has occurred. The egg released from a structure called the follicle, and once ovulation has occurred, the follicle forms the ‘corpus luteum,’ which is a secretory endocrine structure that produces most of our progesterone.

Progesterone, testosterone, and estrogen work together in a balanced ratio, and when this occurs there will be no more PMS symptoms, fertility will be optimal, and you will feel young. This Issues will arise when a woman fails to ovulate her self, or her body does not have the requirements to maintain and therefore her progesterone, testosterone, and estrogen levels are insufficient.

The reasons why women fail to ovulate and why?

High estrogen levels block the hormonal cascade that triggers ovulation, Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), Nutritional insufficiency, Low body fat percentage, Stress and Ovarian failure and menopause.

The Insufficient nutrients required to maintain the corpus luteum and produce hormones, Stress, and Inflammation

How can these issues be addressed and ensure we make and maintain progesterone?

We have to ensure to balance our nutritional intake in our body. The corpus luteum requires sufficient levels of magnesium, zinc, iron, B vitamins, vitamin A, vitamin C and iron (for a start).

We also need fats to make our hormones, so it is vital to include healthy fats in your diet. Manage your stress! Stress responses burn through nutrients faster than anything else, so if you chronically stressed you would be depriving your reproductive system of the nutrients, it needs to perform. Stress also inhibits the HPOA axis (hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis). The hypothalamus (a master control center in your brain) needs to convinced that you are safe and nourishing for you to reproduce (which is the ultimate function of your reproductive system).

Acne can associate with insulin resistance and PCOS will primary be due to impaired glucose metabolism, so this is the critical area to address. Insulin promotes androgen production, which is a driving factor in the production of acne. Necessary but effective strategies to combat this include eliminating all refined and added sugar from your diet and eating more protein, fats and complex carbohydrates. Supplementing with chromium, magnesium and B vitamins will also support proper glucose metabolism and insulin function.

April 1, 2018 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Aloe Vera Juice Benefits and Medical Reasons 5 (4)

Reasons You Should Drink Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe Vera Juice has a long medical history of being used as a health and digestive aid, in many cultures around the world. Although they originated from African, This plant enjoys a worldwide distribution benefits, earning a place in Middle Eastern herbal medicine.

Aloe vera can be used regularly as a general health enhancer or occasionally as a safe herbal remedy for specific problems. This article reveals some excellent reasons for you to include a glass of Aloe vera juice in your diet, plus how you can make your own at home.

Aloe Vera Juice

Here are 12 reasons to drink a glass of aloe vera juice:

  1. 1. Aloe vera juice is alkalizing

To maintain reasonable healthy blood levels needs to be slightly alkaline (pH between 7.35 and 7.45). When the pH goes below 7.35, we become prone to many diseases. This condition is called acidosis.

If your diet is rich in acidic foods (foods of animal origin, processed foods, alcohol, sugars) and low in vegetables and fruits that have the opposite effect, it alters the blood pH.

Elimination of acidic foods from the body is one of the benefits of Increasing the oxygenation of blood levels may be another supporting mechanism. When you feel under the weather, it could be just that you have developed mild acidosis. So, drink Aloe vera juice to restore balance; you will immediately feel the difference.

  1. 2. Aloe vera has an anti-inflammatory effect

Inflammation causes numerous chronic diseases, including diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), arthritis, and cancer. The anti-inflammatory effect of Aloe vera, This attributed to the presence of plant sterols such as campesterol, lupeol, and sitosterol.

The localized anti-inflammatory effect is what makes Aloe vera great for burns and wound healing. But the more general anti-inflammatory result is beneficial to people with arthritis, IBS, heart disease, and Crohn’s disease.

  1. 3. Aloe vera detoxifies the body

Aloe vera can improve your liver function, plus it helps with detoxification. The juice binds with the toxins in the stomach, and It also activates the enzymes responsible for detoxification and enables your liver to flush them out of your system.

The detoxifying action of Aloe vera is not limited to the digestive tract. Regular use ensures generalized elimination of circulating toxins in the body. Drinking a small cup of Aloe vera juice every morning and night will keep your colon clean and healthy.

  1. 4. It helps the body maintain hydrated

The aloe plant is very water-dense, The juice also packs a hefty punch of nutrients that optimize your body’s organ output. Staying hydrated helps your body detox and flush out impurities.

Now your kidneys and liver are the responsible for detoxifying your blood and producing urine. Just for this reason, you need to keep them healthy.

  1. 5. Aloe vera juice can give a vitamin and mineral boost

Aloe vera is rich in minerals and vitamins. Vitamins A, C, It contains B complex vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 and vitamin E. As for metals, iron, copper, zinc, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, and chromium are present in varying quantities.

  1. 6. Aloe vera provides essential amino acids

Aloe vera pulp is not a protein-rich food, but it contains all the essential amino acids and most of the others. Some amino acids are labeled as critical because our body cannot synthesize them. They should come from our food. Very few plant sources have the complete set of essential amino acids; aloe vera is one of them.

  1. 7. Aloe vera juice is a digestive aid

Digestive problems usually result from gas, excess acidity, and inflammation of the stomach and intestinal lining. Mild gastrointestinal infections, food toxins, and allergies can also manifest as indigestion.

Since Aloe vera is antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory, it can relieve stomach upsets and restore healthy digestion. It promotes the movement of food particles through the digestive tract and supports the elimination. Drinking 2 oz of Aloe vera juice three times a day and safest ways to get rid of all your digestive problems.

  1. 8. Aloe vera habit promotes regularity

Irregular bowel movement is said to be the underlying cause of many diseases, including cancer. This natural beverage is an excellent alternative to other laxatives which are harsh on the digestive system.

  1. 9. Aloe vera aids weight loss

Aloe vera may not have a direct effect on weight loss, but it can aid weight loss in many different ways, and one of them is detoxification. Accumulation of fat is the body’s mechanism to lock away harmful substances. So, if they eliminated, there is one less reason for your body to store fat.

  1. 10. Aloe vera lowers blood sugar levels

If you have type 2 diabetes, Aloe vera can help lower your blood sugar levels. Most diabetic patients also carry high quantities of lipids in their blood. By reducing the blood lipid levels, aloe vera can help in the treatment of diabetes. However, aloe vera is beneficial only for patients with type 2 diabetes and not type 1.

  1. 11. Aloe vera helps lower blood cholesterol

Drink aloe vera juice every day. Studies have shown that a compound called beta-sitosterol present in aloe vera can reduce the harmful cholesterol in your body. Aloe vera can also reduce other cholesterol-related conditions like heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

  1. 12. Aloe vera improves oral health

Aloe vera promotes dental health Gum disease, characterized by inflammation and bleeding of the gum, since it is neither acidic nor sugary, is a universal sign of deteriorating oral health.

Aloe vera can help overcome gum disease, and It is known to reduce mouth ulcers too, while its antimicrobial action can keep bacteria populations in check.

Where to find aloe vera juice, Look for organic, pure, and 100 percent aloe juice. It’s important to drink pure aloe vera juice rather than a blend that has fillers. Read the label carefully.

Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe vera toxic effects: expression of (inducible nitric oxide synthase) in testicles

Objective(s):

Nitric oxide (NO), a product of inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS), contributes to germ cell apoptosis. This study was aimed to evaluate the effects of Aloe vera gel (AVG) on male Wistar rat reproductive organ, serum NO level, and expression of iNOS gene in Leydig cells.

Materials and Methods:

Adult male Wistar rats (n=36) is for experiments in three groups. The experimental groups were orally administered with the AVG extract solution once-daily as follow: 150 mg.kg-1; group A, 300 mg.kg-1; group B, and only standard saline; group C (control group). They are with untreated females, and the reproductive and chemical parameters assessed for each group, including semen quality, serum testosterone, sperm fertility, gonad and body weight, serum NO concentration (by the Griess method), and iNOS gene expression (using RT-PCR).

Results:

The testes weight, serum testosterone, as well as sperm count and fertility of the AVG, The treated groups reduced when compared to the control (P<0.001). The concentration of serum NO was significantly increased (37.1±4.63 µM) in the administrated group with higher AVG concentration, compared to the control group (P<0.001; 10.19±0.87 µM); however, iNOS mRNA expression was increased in the treated animals (P<0.001).

Conclusion:

iNOS may play a functional role in spermatogenesis via apoptosis, reducing sperm count, but further studies are needed to illustrate the mechanisms by which AVG exerts its adverse effects on spermatogenesis and sperm quality.

 

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August 1, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Durian Fruit 4.5 (2)

Durian Fruit: Ever Heard of It?

Durian is a species of fruit that is native to Southeast Asia. Every species of Durian is made up of 5% fat. The glycemic index of this fruit is 44, which happens to be lower than a papaya’s. This is mainly due to the oil slowing down its sugar-burn time.

  • • Durian tastes like custard ice-cream. Durian
  • • Maximum serving should be no more than 100g a day.
  • • Only has about 25g of fat.
  • • Sugar propels yellow phytochemicals and rich sulfur into the cell walls to be absorbed.
  • • One of the very few fruits with high in B vitamins.
  • • 4g of fiber.
  • • A special power to heal and cleanse stomach if eaten before any other food.
  • • Two types of Durian: Canary yellow and cream.
  • • Species known as D 22 has a better flavor and 25% more saturated fats (Palmitic acid) than other types.
  • • Durian’s fat content level is 50% Omega– 9 Oleic acid, classified as an “Organoleptic Oil”. It is also found an avocado, olive oil and virtually all tree nuts.
  • • Durian has less saturated fat than 1-tablespoon of butter.

Healthy Stomach, Calm Mind

DurianDurian contains high levels of Tryptophan. When consumed on an empty stomach it has a significant boosting effect on serotonin. Tryptophan is an amino acid (bioavailable fruit protein) that helps make a brain neurotransmitter of higher consciousness.

  • Tryptophan incites the body’s production of Serotonin, which promotes a calm, content state of mind. The more serotonin a person has in their body, the happier they feel.
  • Durian also helps with the production of the hormone Melatonin.
  • Serotonin and melatonin are both hormones that manage emotions.

This combination can help relieve:
~ Anxiousness
~ Sleeplessness
~ Depressive disorders

  • Tyrosine, an amino acid that, on its own, assists with relieving stress and sleeping disorders, is also found in Durian.
  • Durian is a nitric oxide (NO) enhancer. It has a phytochemical called Harmaline, a well-documented MAO inhibitor.

An elevated body warmth may be experienced after consuming Durian resulting from its rare spectrum of amino acids thatDurian

combine with some intense, Naturals sugars. This helps fats and minerals to be delivered to your brain instantly. Some reference it comparable to a euphoric rush. Bear in mind, this happens only when eaten on an empty stomach.

  • Urine may smell like durian as one detoxifies, similar to asparagus.

Durian contains sulfur, which produces a very strong smell. However, for the same reason, it has impressive detoxifying superpowers. Sulfur is the third most abundant mineral in our body and liver glutathione needs sulfur to become active and detoxify.

Durian Has:

  • • Yellow lutein for the eyes
  • • Smooth fatty substances
  • • Divine sweet taste to explore.
  • • Properties for better digestion (Thiamin – 61%)
  • • Properties to normalize blood sugar levels (Manganese – 39%)
  • • Properties to help fight emotional instability (Vitamin B6 – 38%)
  • • Properties to help evade and relieve constipation (Fiber – 37%)
  • • Protection for future healthy bones (Potassium – 30%)
  • • Properties for migraine alleviation (Riboflavin – 29%)
  • • Thyroid protecting properties (Copper – 25%)
  • • Properties to help promote a healthy pregnancy (Folate – 22%)
  • • Properties to help relax muscles and nerves (Magnesium -18%)Durian
  • • Properties to help fight the development of anemia (Folate)
  • • Properties that Promote healthy gums and teeth (Phosphorous)
  • • Vitamins essential to the body. (mainly iron, dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and vitamin B complex.

Durian Also Has:

  • • Properties that lower cholesterol (Omega’s and fatty acids)
  • • Blood Detoxification properties (Sulfur)
  • • Properties to help build muscles.
  • • Properties to help Improve sexual function.
  • • Anti-inflammatory properties.
  • • Antioxidant Activity.
  • • Mosquito repellent potential (Husk)
  • • Properties to encourage stronger immune system (antioxidant, vitamin-rich)
  • • Better energy promoting properties
  • • Properties to Promote healthy skin (Vitamin C – 80%)
  • • Properties to help prevent premature aging (antioxidant and vitamin-rich, and detoxifies blood)
  • • Natural sleeping pills affect (Promotes release of Serotonin and Melatonin)
  • • Properties to help with preventing cancer, diabetes, heart disease and inhibit tumor growth (specific phytosterol ingredients)
  • • Cognitive function aiding properties
  • • Properties for avoiding Morning Sickness.
  • • Properties to help alleviate stress (Serotonin, Melatonin)
  • • Properties for a Strong protection from harmful effects of free radicals. (Intense combination of amino acids)

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Kiwi Power 5 (1)

 

Kiwi Power

Kiwi Power. Thank you for enjoying. To view the actual articles associated with these images  • Vitamin C – Kiwi Power Also known as scorbutic acid, Kiwi Power has vitamin C is an antioxidant that is an important component of collagen. It is also needed for the synthesis of some neurotransmitters and plays a role in protein metabolism. It must be consumed through the diet or supplements because humans cannot generate endogenous vitamin C.

Kiwi Power

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The first commercial vitamin B complex (made from a yeast extract) and semi-synthetic vitamin C supplements became available in the mid-1930s. Until then, the vitamins necessary to keep the body healthy could only be obtained through food intake and changes in diet. Because of differences in the growing seasons, certain foods could only be ingested during a particular growing season, which greatly altered the types and amounts of vitamins that were ingested. Luckily, times have changed considerably and we now have the ability to extract these key nutrients and produce potent exogenous forms that can be ingested as dietary supplements. This means that key vitamins, minerals, and amino acids can be easily obtained year-round.

September 21, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Vitamin B12 Health Benefits and Safe Administration 5 (2)

Vitamin B12 Health Benefits

Vitamin B12 Health Benefits, There has been a lot of controversy over whether or not there is truly a benefit from taking B12 supplements. Some doctors suggest that as long as a person is not vegan (though probiotics in the gut can produce some B12), they are probably getting sufficient B12 from the basic foods they are ingesting.

Vitamin B12 Health Benefits

Vitamin B12 Health Benefits, There has been a lot of controversy over whether or not there is truly a benefit from taking B12 supplements. Some doctors suggest that as long as a person is not vegan (though probiotics in the gut can produce some B12), they are probably getting sufficient B12 from the basic foods they are ingesting.

Let us reference some studies:

  • There is documented research from the Framingham Study suggesting that 40% of all people are deficient in B12
  • The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition did research in 2009 and they published a study suggesting close to 6% of U.S. and U.K. residents over the age of 60 are B12 deficient. Another 20% were referenced as “marginal status”.

Vitamin B12 Health Benefits has the most multifaceted and prevalent chemical structure of all vitamins. One area where it differentiates from other vitamins is in the fact that it’s the only vitamin that contains a metal commonly referred to as Cobalamin, which is also a universal term for all the various compounds that may have some kind of B12 properties in it.

  • B12 has the ability to improve energy by aiding in thyroid function and cellular methylation.

That being said, B12 is not only useful in supporting healthy energy levels. It is unequivocally essential to life and a healthy existence. People deficient in B12 will suffer from serious health issues if the problem is not addressed.

B12 plays a role in the following human biological processes:

  • Nerve and brain regeneration
  • Adrenal gland support
  • Male and female reproductive health
  • Nutrient absorption
  • Red blood cell formation
  • Cellular energy
  • Memory recall
  • DNA synthesis

Some of the risks associated with extended periods of depleted B12 levels are:

  • Pernicious anemia
  • Migraine headaches
  • Macular degeneration
  • Tinnitus
  • Fatigue (adrenal fatigue and CFS)
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Memory loss
  • Neuropathy
  • Anemia
  • Asthma
  • Shingles
  • Kidney disease
  • Depression

Some possible causes for B12 deficiency are:

  • You have leaky gut or digestive disease
  • You are over 50
  • You have had Helicobacter pylori bacterial infection or stomach ulcer
  • You are a vegan or vegetarian
  • You have acid reflux
  • You’ve had weight loss surgery
  • You are taking one of the following types of medications:  antibiotics, anti-gout, blood pressure, birth control pills, cholesterol-lowering drugs, diabetes medications and antipsychotic drugs.
  • The two most common ways you may become vitamin B12 deficient are through a lack of Vitamin B12 Health Benefits in your diet or through an inability to absorb the B12 from ingested foods. 

According to the George Mateljan Foundation, the most Vitamin B12 Health Benefits rich foods are:

  1. Beef and Chicken Liver (550% RDA)
  2. Sardines (337.9%)
  3. Salmon (236.2%)
  4. Tuna (110.8%)
  5. Cod (109.1%)
  6. Lamb (104.5%)
  7. Scallops (101.6%)
  8. Beef (grass-fed) (60%)
  9. Yogurt (37.9%)
  10. Venison (36%)
  11. Raw milk (22.9%)
  12. Turkey (10%)

Why is B12 in my Testosterone Therapy?

Aside from all the additional life-sustaining implications supported by B12, it also plays a vital role in maintaining some possible side effects away that can arise from participating in unsupervised Testosterone therapy. You might hear about cases of cardiac troubles stemming from testosterone therapy. What’s not mentioned is the reasoning behind it. Testosterone therapy causes an increase in red blood cells. This causes the viscosity of the blood to elevate. If it isn’t addressed, it causes intense stress to the heart, up to eventual failure. The artery walls and heart valves may also harden from unsubstantiated testosterone treatment. Incorporating the B12 helps to ensure artery and valve walls remain supple and malleable. Unfortunately, a lot of participants of therapy that are not being supervised by a hormone specialist overlook this medication or edit it from their protocol entirely, not understanding the dangers they are ultimately setting themselves up for.

Our programs always have B12 incorporated as the necessary portion of the protocol. Side effects have to be as equally regarded as the results we are hoping for and expecting.

AAI Clinics has two different options for supplementing with injectable B12:

  • Methylcobalamin
  • Cyanocobalamin

The most common form of B12 is Cyanocobalamin. However, the popularity of this product is dwindling as people become better educated on the differences between the two forms of B12. In fact, there is actually a very small difference. The only alteration comes from a minute chemical dissimilarity, which boils down to one very small area of the molecule.

  • Methylcobalamin contains a “methyl” group (just carbon and hydrogen).
  • Cyanocobalamin has a cyanide group, which everyone knows cyanide is a substance you obviously want to stay away from as much as humanly possible.

However, Cyanocobalamin should definitely not be considered “bad”. Its chemical structure allows for its safe administration and beneficial properties, however, studies have conclusively determined that the Methylcobalamin quite simply contains healthier compounds and is recorded to be more bioavailable and more easily accepted by the body.

**NOTE**  The content contained in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer.  We do not claim it to be fact.  We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.

September 21, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

MIC Complex and Lipo information 5 (3)

MIC Complex and Lipo factors

MIC Complex and Lipo Factors (Lipo)These lipotropic factors work with your body to metabolize fat.  They promote the flow of fat to and from the liver.  M.I.C. MIC Complex and Lipo Factors also nourishes the liver, resulting in an organ better equipped with the necessary nutrients to function properly and eliminate fats.  There are many other processes in the body that use these lipotropic factors for uses such as energy production, cardiovascular health, and nerve health. The M.I.C. vitamin Complex is a specialty-compounded medication that combines supplements (Vitamins A, D, B-12, minerals, probiotics, diuretics, and L-Carnitine) to aid in increasing energy levels, cellular health, and boost both the metabolism & immune system. Fantastic for instances where there is water retention that needs to be focused on and flushed out. 

Compounding Description

Methionine: An essential amino that acts as a lipotropic agent, which assists in the breakdown of fats within the liver. It also helps to lower cholesterol, which prevents excess fat buildup in the liver and throughout the body’s circulatory system. Methionine helps in preventing and relieving fatigue. It’s been known to be useful in some cases of allergies by virtue of its ability to reduce histamine release.

Injecting methionine into your muscles will help you to rapidly achieve high concentrations in your blood levels, which many researchers and physicians say may result in more effective mobilization and further eradication of anomalous fatty deposits in the blood.

Other re-counted benefits of methionine include improvement of:

  • Liver disease
  • Skin tone and elasticity
  • Nails
  • Hair
  • Cardiovascular and muscular functions

There have been conclusive studies where methionine was successfully used in treating the following maladies as well:

  • Premature ejaculation
  • Chronic depression
  • Pancreatitis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • AIDS myelopathy

More importantly, recent clinical research has plainly established methionine’s ability to “…strongly improve the alcohol-induced histological changes in the liver.

It was also found that triglyceride content of the liver had decreased in a dose-dependent manner with increasing methionine ingestion.

Inositol – Inositol is a B-vitamin that stimulates the health of cell structures and nerve synapses. It helps with metabolizing fats. It contributes to the reduction of bad cholesterol (LDL) and participates in the action of serotonin, a neurotransmitter known to be in charge of our moods and appetite.

Inositol is also involved in the breakdown of fats, the reduction of serum cholesterol, serotonin activity modulation, gene expression, and insulin signal transduction. It’s actually not a vitamin because your body is unable to synthesize it. Aside from that fact, it has demonstrated to be beneficial in treating:

  • Depression
  • Panic disorder
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Fatty liver

Moreover, the fact that it is important for optimal brain function is reason enough to give this B-vitamin some heavy consideration.

Inositol deficiency may manifest as symptoms of:

  • Constipation
  • High cholesterol
  • Vision problems
  • Hair loss

Even though inositol is naturally found in some foods like nuts and beans, it is more effective in breaking down fat when administered as an injection.

Choline – Choline is an essential nutrient that helps to support the liver in its processing and excretion of chemical waste products. More importantly, it is vital for the transference and metabolism of fats and cholesterol, which is imperative for the healthy maintenance of the endocrine, cardiovascular, and hepatic systems.

Aside from these three main ingredients, our M.I.C, MIC Complex and Lipo Factors complex comes compounded with B-12 and additional B-Complexes, as well as L-Carnitine, which is also an amino acid that is essential in the process of transporting and breaking down fats for the generation of metabolic energy.

**NOTE**  The content contained in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer.  We do not claim it to be fact.  We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.