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July 21, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Benefits of Basil 3.8 (4)

Benefits of Basil – The Superplant Right Outside Our Window

benefits of basil Benefits of Benefits of basil: It should be part of everybody’s daily routine to consume a few raw Benefits of basil picked right off the plant. Basil is extremely easy to grow. In fact, it can take over a garden if not properly tended to. Interestingly, it is protected by the very component from which the benefits of Benefits of basil come from. Phytochemicals protect them from overexposure to sunlight, parasites, bacteria, and fungus.

  • Studies noted basil demonstrated impressive antibacterial properties. This happened even with antibiotic-resistant types.
  • Basil showed a particular ability to destroy harmful bacteria inside raw salads and spinach.

Spices, like basil, which have a much stronger taste, are more nutrient dense than vegetables. The reason for this is doing to their high levels of phytochemicals. Any health or bacterial fighting benefits of basil come specifically from this source.

Holy Basil (Tulsi) and its phytochemicals are being researched in the use of prevention and reversing of cancer.

So far we know that basil is very high in:

• B-carotene/Lutein/Zeaxanthin (also in goji berries)
• Eugenol (also in clove)
• Limonin (also in citrus)
• Camphor (also in mint)
• Apigenin (also in parsley)
• Carnosic Acid (also in sage)
• Rosmarinnic Acid (also in rosemary)
• Quercetin (also in onion and capers)
• And more

Testosterone Boosting?

benefits of basilInterested to increase testosterone levels? There have not been performed tests on humans yet, but basil has demonstrated to increase testosterone levels in laboratory rabbits [1]. It has also been noted to hinder spermatogenesis in lab rats [2] [3], which should be noted by men interested in having children. It is the Ursolic Acid [4] [5] in the plant that causes this reaction and the basis behind the hypothesis of its testosterone boosting potential.

How to take a concentrated supplement

To obtain the adaptogenic and neurological benefits of basil, the recommended protocol is 500mg of holy basil leaf extract taken twice daily. Retrospectively, studies performed on lab rats to produce proof of the testosterone boosting and additional benefits of basil were propagated by giving them dosages of 100-200mg/kg and 500mg/kg. To translate that to humans, you would use the following chart.

150lb person:
General Health – 1,100-2,200mg
Testosterone boosting – 5,500mg

200lb person:
General Health – 1,500-2,900mg
Testosterone boosting – 7,300mg

250lb person:
General Health – 1,800-3,600mg
Testosterone boosting – 9,100mg

Bear in mind, these estimates for human consumption are based on animal research. It is unclear if these dosages are the best ones for humans. Consuming organic, raw basil is a sure, safe way to obtain the many benefits of basil that are recently being uncovered. We like to recommend a wonderful, immune boosting 9-clove garlic pesto that incorporates basil to complement it’s delicious, competing flavors. It is specifically designed to assist in giving the immune system a surge of power. Click here to view the recipe.

Interesting Basil Facts:benefits of basil

  • Basil is not saturated in any specific phytochemical such as Rosemary and mint are. However, basil contains enough of each of these phytochemicals to promote the immense benefits of basil that should incline us to consider it a daily inclusion of our diet.
  • Basil is great to aid stomach ailments that manifest from overeating. Indigestion responds well to oils in basil.
  • There are more phytochemicals in basil stems than basil leaves.

 

[1] Sethi J, et al Effect of tulsi (Ocimum Sanctum Linn.) on sperm count and reproductive hormones in male albino rabbits. Int J Ayurveda Res. (2010)

[2] Seth SD, Johri N, Sundaram KR Antispermatogenic effect of Ocimum sanctum. Indian J Exp Biol. (1981)

[3] Khanna S, Gupta SR, Grover JK Effect of long-term feeding of Tulsi(Ocimum sanctum Linn) on reproductive performance of adult albino rats. Indian J Exp Biol. (1986)

[4] Chattopadhyay D, et al A potent sperm motility-inhibiting activity of bioflavonoids from an ethnomedicine of Onge, Alstonia macrophilia Wall ex A. DC, leaf extract. Contraception. (2005)

[5] Ursolic acid generates symplasts in rat spermatogenic clones: Phytotherapy Research – Volume 12, Issue 1, pages 32–36, 1 February 1998

Aside from the many benefits of basil, as studied here, if you are looking for a testosterone boosting option, look no further. That is what our expertise is at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic. We can help you test your testosterone levels and help you qualify for testosterone therapy. We are a hormone specialty clinic. HGH, testosterone injections, sermorelin, the corresponding peptides; we help develop the best hormone replacement therapy program to assist you with your needs and goals. You can fill out our short form to be contacted within the next 24 business hours or, you can call us directly at your leisure. Just dial:

 

February 16, 2016 by admin 1 Comment

Proteins and DNA: Their role in Anti-Aging 5 (1)

Proteins and DNA: Did you know…

  • Proteins are the active mechanisms in our cells, the molecular workhorses of life.
  • Proteins float around inside our cells or attach to membranes that are also inside cells.
  • When a protein bumps into one of the molecules it can attach to, the protein goes to work and performs the chemical steps of life.
  • Proteins give our cells their shape and function.
  • Proteins also allow the cells to produce chemicals and release them outside the cell wall, into the extracellular solutions, for example, the blood.

How do proteins know where to go?

Proteins are created in our cells by other proteins interacting with DNA and RNA. The DNA has the assembly instructions for how the protein is put together, and the RNA, very similar looking to the DNA, carries the message to wherever the protein assembly needs to take place, away and out of the nucleus where the DNA is fixed.

How do the proteins and cells know what they are supposed to do?

If a cell doesn’t have the code for a specific protein, the protein doesn’t get made. Some specialized cells produce specific kinds of protein that other cells don’t, even though all the cells in a body carry the same exact DNA. Some genes, or sequences of DNA information that code for the production of a protein, are expressed more or less depending on what kind of cell it is. Hair follicle cells produce keratin protein abundantly, other cells in the same body produce none at all. In a man, testicle cells not only produce sperm cells, but those same cells create a chemical signal to the other cells in the body. That chemical signal that gets released into the blood by the testicle cells is called Testosterone.

The instructions that a cell follows at any one given time are regulated by the role of the cell, defined by the local environment the cell is in. If the cell is in a hair follicle, the cell does what the other hair follicle cells are doing. If a cell is in the testicles, it does what the other testicle cells are doing: producing and releasing testosterone.

Mutations? How do they happen?

Different people carry different genes that have anything from a slight impact on the production of proteins; other genes that differ from person to person create drastic changes. For example, skin color or eye color are defined by whether the cell produces melanin or not. Some genes might also define whether the body produces something critical for health, or the degree to which the body produces that component. If a gene is so broken that it fails to do what it’s working version does, we call that broken coding a mutation. Most mutations don’t produce amazing X-men type effects. Most mutations are just broken mechanisms because the information used to assemble them is corrupted in the DNA. Part of the blueprint for the protein got scrambled, misplaced, or erased, during a mutation, and now the blueprint is virtually worthless.

The great part is that Growth Hormone actually has the ability to reverse mutations in our cells. Maintaining healthy hormone levels is the key way to maximize our cellular regeneration process and efficiency. Please contact us at your earliest convince so we may help you by answering any additional questions and by helping you through the qualification process for legal hGH and/or Testosterone therapy.

You may also fill out our Medical History Form and can expect to be contacted by one of our expert Wellness Advisors within 24 business hours from its completion. We look forward to helping you change your life.

January 29, 2016 by admin 0 Comments

Enzymes: Why do we need them to stay healthy? 5 (1)

Enzymes

Enzymes: What do we need them for? How do Enzymes work?

Enzymes, how important are they to anti-aging and why should we all take Ultrazymes from Douglas Labs.

Let us explain that enzymes are extremely microscopic, much smaller even than DNA.

Let’s talk for a second about the creation of DNA:

  • The Nucleus of every cell makes DNA.
  • Like a photocopy machine, that’s all it does. It makes DNA instructions which determine how our bodies will function, controlling both Structure and function.
  • The job of making so much daily DNA is so monumental that mistakes are made in various strands of the DNA.
  • Every cell makes these small mistakes, which, if not corrected would indeed result in death.

So, why aren’t we all falling apart and mutating? This is because of the enzymes. It is here that their role is of paramount importance, protecting our bodies and lives from unwavering deterioration. How does this work? Simple:

  • Tiny enzymes just a few molecules in size are directed by our biofeedback loop to go to the site of a bad strand of DNA.
  • Once it gets to that damaged area of DNA, they splice it out.
  • At that same time, the Nucleus makes a perfected copy of the spliced piece of DNA.
  • Another set then carries the new strand of perfected DNA to the area that was bad and splices in the new perfected strand of DNA.

It is in this most remarkable way that each second of our life they keep our DNA perfected so we do not die or get a horrible illness.

The problem is we do not get enzymes in our highly processed food. There is another imperative for them though: that of digesting our food. If we do not have them for that purpose we would be gravely ill or we would die. The end result is if we do not have enough of them and digestion of food is primary, then no DNA repair will happen and folks will eventually suffer devastating illnesses.

We want our clients and patients to be vitally healthy and live much longer so what we MUST make certain is that they have an abundance of wide spectrum ENZYMES each and every second of each and every day! It is that important! That is why we ultimately place ALL our clients on Ultrazyme from Douglas Labs.

If you are interested in aiding your body in making perfect replicas of your DNA to further promote your health and longevity, contact us at AAI REJUVENATION CLINIC by dialing Call: (866) 224-5698

Of fill out our Medical History Form to be contacted within the next 24 business hours by an expert that will be happy to answer any questions you may have, with no further obligation.

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October 5, 2015 by admin 0 Comments

Why Do We Age? The Reasons for Aging Explained 5 (2)

Why Do We Age? The Reasons for Aging Explained

Why do we age? This is the one question everyone wonders about but never gets an answer to. The whole Anti-Aging industry talks about everything else under the sun but avoids the question. “why do we age?” Why do they avoid it? They avoid it because they don’t know the answers. The problem is if one does not know the answer to that thorny question, a proposed treatment protocol for aging, while effective, leaves a lingering doubt in the minds of patients that something is not wholly right.

Patients may still buy a protocol, but we do not want any lingering doubts concerning anything having to do with the Anti-Aging subject. In fact the question “why do we age at all?” is so fundamentally basic that almost no patient even asks the question verbally. But, in their deeper mind, that question lingers unanswered for as long as the patient is involved in Anti-Aging and Rejuvenation.

How do I know? In 2003 I gave a questionnaire to some 400 clients with 20 questions. They were asked out of these 20 questions which one would they like answered the most? 78% checked.

Why Do We Age?, Why Do We Age? The Reasons for Aging Explained

Let us now look at some of the reasons we age.

  • Wear and tear theory. In this theory, medical scientists agree that constant use of the human body wears out its vital parts and components. Did you know that 2.5 million red blood cells die every second and are instantly replaced by another 2.5 million new red blood cells every second? The human heart must pump 2000 gallons of blood a day. In a lifetime we will pump 2 million gallons of blood, enough to fill 2 supertankers. The heart must beat 100,000 times per day…that is 35 million beats per year and over 2.5 Billion beats in the average lifetime. So the extreme repetitive use of the body simply wears out all of its parts over time. This is, without the doubt, one of the reasons the body ages, but not the only one….and not a reason that can not be overcome by the correct Anti-Aging Protocol.
  • Genes vs. Lifestyles. According to this theory of aging, your biological clock is ticking away at a predetermined rate. This theory says that your genetic DNA holds the key to your planned rate of demise from day one. Basically, this theory of aging says your genes determine everything about you including the exact age you will live to be. While there is a genetic component to aging, scientists have found that what you do with your environmental factors has a greater determination on how you will age and how long you will live.
  • Use it or lose it the theory of aging. This is a very simple theory which says the body is in need of constant daily tune-ups. So if you do not use your muscles they will atrophy and this is true. The less you use your muscles the less they will be in their peak prime condition. The less sexual activity you have the less well your sex organs will function and so on. In a way, this theory is the opposite of the wear and tear theory of aging. Without question, there is some merit to this theory. Scientists who believe in this theory even say we should allow ourselves to be exposed to germs so our immune system will get a workout and be in better shape for the long run. True enough but this theory alone does not fully explain aging even though it is a part of how we do age.
  • Short Telomere Theory of Aging. This is one of the most important discoveries ever made to the way our bodies age and why. Inside the nucleus of our cells, genes are arranged along twisted double-stranded molecules of DNA called chromosomes. At the ends of the chromosomes are stretches of DNA called telomeres, which protect our genetic data, make it possible for cells to regenerate and divide, and hold some great secrets to how we age. Telomeres have been compared with the plastic tips on shoelaces because they keep chromosome ends from fraying and sticking to each other, which would destroy our genetic information. Here is the massive problem: Each time a cell divides the telomeres get shorter… when they get too short the cell cannot regenerate anymore and dies. The telomeres in cancer cells never shorten and thus make cancer immortal cells which divide forever unless we kill them with radiation and chemo. So what we are looking for as in the starfish which is immortal and has telomeres that never shorten is the same for humans…we want to figure out how to make it so that human cells telomeres do not shorten with each cell division. One substance we have found that makes telomeres longer is HGH (Human Growth Hormone.) We have also discovered that a key component in the Ashwagandha herb, makes telomeres longer. Without question, this is a way to increase lifespan and foster better health. Both HGH and Ashwagandha work to make telomeres longer by creating the enzyme telomerase. Youthful blood levels of both Estrogen and Testosterone increase the length of telomeres by creating more telomerase. So much of what Anti-Aging protocols are doing actually eventuate in making more telomerase and thus longer telomeres. Here at AAI, we find this extremely important and exciting as we are always researching daily how to find new methods of creating longer telomeres and thus longer, healthier life.

We are just scratching the surface in the expose of what makes humans age and how to reverse that process. Here at AAI. we will continue to make new information like this available to the public as well as keeping some important discoveries private and proprietary to AAI and their clients only.

We are greatly encouraged that our longevity educational doctor; Our Dr. has discovered several additional herbs from Russia which makes the telomeres longer. Our Dr. is committed to finding enough telomere increasing substances from nature to keep all of our telomeres long enough to make a very serious contribution to increased lifespan and vigorous, perfected states of good health.

If you want to know more about how anti-aging therapies can work for you, don’t wait.

Contact AAI Rejuvenation Clinics today

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