Super Anti-Oxidant “Chain Reaction” effect proven by Top Scientist.
Lester Packer (PhD) professor of molecular biology at the University of California. Berkeley and his team have shown that the anti-oxidants Vitamins E and C, Glutathione and Lipoic acid work together to create a detox effect at least 7 times greater than any individual anti-oxidant.
The nutrients re-charge each other with electrons so as to prolong their anti-oxidant effect, creating a chain reaction. Vitamin E is given electrons by Vitamin C, which is in turn recharged twice by Glutathione and is then charged 5 times by Lipoic acid.
The limiting factor that the bodies anti-oxidant complex comes up against is a lack of glutathione causing the cycle to grind to a hault. Glutathione is made in the liver from 3 amino acids, one L-cistene is usually lacking nowdays, as the only substantially dietry source is from raw cows milk. Pasturisation totally destroys it. When taken as oral powder supplement, glutathione is largely broken down in the stomach, resulting in modest serum increases in glutathione but almost no change in intra-cellular (in cell) levels. Toxicity and ageing also deplete intra-cellular glutathione levels.
These problems have been circumvented by nano-technology that puts vitamin C, glutathione and lipoic acid into a tiny plant fat capsuale, that delivers them intact through the digestive track and directly into the cells. In addition, the missing link in the cycle has been found. It is lipoic acid which has been shown to regenerate and elevate glutathione levels, thereby continuing the anti-oxidant cycle. 4,5.
Also some anti-oxidants like vitamin E are mainly fat soluable. While Vitamin C and Glutathione are water soluable, so they are able to detox different parts of a cell. Lipoic acid is unique in being both fat and water soluable, allowing it to detox different parts of a cell and readily access the brain and spinal cord.
Another researcher, Dr Bruce Ames, PhD, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the university of California, Berkley has shown that lipoic acid can repair decayed mitochondria, the energy (ATP) creators of cells and lead to improved mental function. 16,17,18.
This super Anti-oxidant complex could have a wide range of benfits for inflamation, auto immune, immune deficiency, memory loss and brain fatigue 16,18,22. Diabetes 7,8,9,10, Heart disease 24,25, Aids 11, cancer, glaucoma 17 or general toxicity and lack of energy and colds and flu’s.
The most common feed back I get from my patients is them commenting on the speed of their recovery. Generally 1-2 days for a significant improvement; and an increase in energy levels and brain function. This is at a dosage rate of 3 x 20mL a day (=1,000mlg x 3). The dosage for colds and flues should be up to 5 x 20mL a day. Cancer patients usually take 40-50mL x4 a day. This creates a continuous redox flux of 2-3 thousand miligrams.
I have found that the super anti-oxidant complex works in very well with the Bushlore Detox-endo herbs because the herbs stimulate an organ detox, flushing the bulk of the bodies toxicity. This then allows the vitamin C and other anti-oxidants to use all their electrons on a deep cellular detox and repair.
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