Don’t Buy Into BG12, It’s a Chemical Fake

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BG12 Approved by the FDA!

BG12 is basically a chemical Knockoff of Protandim.  In a clinical study doing a comparison between “The Real Thing” and the Knockoff, Protandim won hands down.

So, if Protandim won, why would the pharmaceuticals keep attempting to get their drug approved?  Money of course. Protandim retails at $50 a bottle. 1 bottle lasts 1 person 1 month. At retail, Protandim will only cost $600.00 a year for someone with Multiple Sclerosis.  The BG12 that just got approved by the FDA for use with Multiple Sclerosis is projected to cost $50,000.00 a year, the side effects are free! 

BG-12, tBHQ, SFN and protandim are well-tolerated and strongly induce Nrf2-driven antioxidant enzyme production in oligodendrocytes, with protandim showing the most potent induction.

See the original document here: http://registration.akm.ch/einsicht.php?XNABSTRACT_ID=137548&XNSPRACHE_ID=2&XNKONGRESS_ID=150&XNMASKEN_ID=900

With Protandim, there are no side effects, no known drug interactions and no real limits to the possibilities of what it could do for you.  The University of Colorado performed a human clinical trial published in 2006 that proved Protandim works in 100% of people to reduce their oxidative stress markers by an average of 40% in just 30 days. That wasn’t just some people, it was ALL people.

If MS is an issue for you, perhaps you should consider Protandim. Take the Amsterdam study to your Doctor and ask him why he would rather use a chemical when he could use a clinically proven herbal supplement that has no negative effects. He might just try it.

Take a natural approach to overcoming your MS symptoms. Sign up for a Health Evaluation with me, Coach Debbie, and lets see if Protandim may be right for you.  I offer a 6-month Healthier Habits coaching program to help you succeed in overcoming your obstacles. It all starts with a FREE Health Evaluation. Sign up today!

 

Protandim is a supplement. Protandim, LifeVantage, and Coach Debbie do not claim to diagnose, treat, cure or mitigate any diseases. If you have a medical complaint, please consult with your MD.

U/S A Defined

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PH = 1.5 6.4/6.4 6-7C .04M 3/3 + CS

 Dr. Carey Reams (1905-1984) was a man before his time.  He was a very successful agronomist, inventor,  agricultural engineer, Naturopath, and an MD.  He was an acquaintance to Einstein. He fought in the 2nd world war and became paralyzed from the waist down, lost an eye, and had almost 200 pieces of shrapnel in his body at the same time.  He was a survivor and he loved to teach other people how to survive as well!

Einstein figured out E=MC2

Reams figured out PH=1.5 6.4/6.4 6-7C .04M 3/3+CS

Einstein and Reams were in conversation one day. Einstein told Reams, “I figured out how to take things apart, it’s your job to figure out how to put them together!” 

That’s exactly what Reams did.  He discovered that our bodies are taken apart and put together again through the process of ionization.  Just like chrome plating, gold plating, nickel plating, etc. our bodies are basically plated together, one molecule on top of another until a form is created.  In the same way we are taken apart one molecule at a time.  We become ill when this putting together and taking apart is not in sync due to a mineral deficiency.  Therefore all disease could be considered a mineral deficiency no matter how it shows up or what symptoms come with it.

In the formula above:

  • PH stands for Perfect Health
  • 1.5 is the urine Brix
  • 6.4/6.4 is the urine pH and saliva pH
  • 6-7C is the amount of all salts in your urine
  • .04M is the amount of debris in the urine
  • 3/3 is the nitrate and ammonial nitrogen in your urine
  • CS stands for Common Sense

Due to a brilliant mind and a boy dying from seizures, this formula came into being. From 1934 until now the numbers have not steered anybody wrong. It’s amazing to think that the medical sciences could have had this information, but they refused to accept it. Reams tried to give it to the AMA for 10+ years and they refused him.  Now it is up to us to use this formula to create our own perfect health.

How to do a U/S A

Each person must run the U/S A on their own urine and saliva.  Once a test is completed, the numbers may be given to a knowledgeable coach who will then instruct you in what they would do if those numbers were their own.  Once you know how to decide your own diet from the numbers, then you can branch out on your own.

To run a test you need a refractometer, pH strips or reagents, conductivity meter, a flashlight, and nitrogen reagents plus a few more items to do the tests.

After the basics of running a test have been learned from a trained professional it will take practice to get the test time down to about 10 minutes.

10 minutes is all it takes to get on the right track to a healthy lifestyle!

So, what do the results of the test show? There are 2300 to the 2300th power of possible problems. That’s a lot of information contained within the limits of this mathematical line. In other words, a mineral deficiency could show up in a different way in every person on this earth, plus more. So, I’ll keep it simple. The results of this test show:

  1. Sugars-Brix
    1. Total dissolved solids in the urine
    2. Insulin strength or weakness (blood sugar levels)
    3. Total energy available for healing as well as daily tasks
    4. Tendency toward sudden dropping sugar-possible blackout
    5. Alcohol levels (From Pancreas)
    6. Oxygen availability
  2. pH of Urine
    1. Calcium balance-whether anionic or cationic calciums
    2. Speed of digestion
    3. Condition of colon
    4. Total resistance/Magnetism
    5. Electrical Flow
    6. Likelihood of Parasite, Bacteria, Virus, or Fungus
    7. Type of exercise needed-Aerobic or Resistance
    8. Vitamin C levels
  3. pH of Saliva
    1. Liver Bile strength
    2. Likelihood of digestive difficulty
    3. Overall direction of resistance
  4. Salts-Conductivity
    1. Cholesterol buildup
    2. Electrical Pressure/Conductance
    3. Osmotic flow
    4. Fluid viscosity
    5. Agglutination
    6. Tissue breakdown & Crystallization
    7. Metabolic & Neurologic Reactions
    8. Water drinking habits
  5. Cell Debris-Albumin
    1. Kidney function
    2. Cellular exchange rate
    3. Water drinking habits
  6. Urea = Nitrate Nitrogen + Ammonial Nitrogen
    1. Heart Stress levels
    2. Brain organ communication
    3. Nitrogen levels
    4. Potassium deficiency
    5. Levels of soluble & insoluble Urea
    6. Protein digestion/ingestion
    7. Level of “tiredness”
    8. Water drinking habits
    9. Necessity of rest

Putting it all together

After looking at all this information, you may be wondering how this could be helpful.

Knowing the above information and putting all the answers together, a diet & lifestyle regime can be put together for you based on your own biological needs when the test was taken. Your results are going to be individual to you and nobody else. Someone else that ate the same exact diet as you might end up mineral deficient and start showing symptoms. That’s what is so wonderful about the U/S A, it is individualized to everyone’s own biological uniqueness!

Here’s a sample
of some dietary & lifestyle information that could be something you’d hear after you run a test.

  • For a high sugar, but not too high
    • No starches, carbohydrates, or sweets after 2PM
    • Drink comfrey or alfalfa tea
    • Limit fruit intake to breakfast only
  • For a urine pH under 6.4
    • Vit D is a necessity the lower it goes
    • Vit C will not be accepted by the body except as onion soup
    • Cationic calciums are over-abundant
    • Anionic calciums are in short supply
    • Increasing likelihood of virus & fungus infestation
  • For a saliva pH under 6.4
    • Digestion needs help
    • Grape Juice/egg cocktail would be very helpful
    • B12 is deficient
    • Foods must be easy to digest (mostly cooked or juiced)
  • For a salts reading above 15
    • Water needs to be drank every ½ hour depending on your brix
    • Salt needs to be eliminated temporarily
  • For a cell debris of 4M
    • Vit E needs to be included to help remove excess debris from system
    • Water/liquids need to be taken according to body weight
  • For a urea below 12
    • Potassium foods need to be increased
    • Rest may be necessary
    • Thoughts may be a bit scattered

Along with these things, this test shows whether your body, mind, and spirit are in rhythm with each other through successive testing. It also shows allergies (sensitivities) to carbohydrates through successive testing. There’s a lot more that this test reveals about you, but that’s for another time. For now, suffice it to say that there’s not much you can hide from a U/S A.

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Disclaimer: I am not a Medical Doctor, nor do I claim to be one. Therefore, this information is not intended for diagnosis or treatment or prevention of any disease and/or other medical condition. This information is for alternative dietary purposes only.

Synthetic vs. Natural Vitamins

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Here are some facts that you won’t find advertised on most of the vitamin supplements at your local vitamin store:

  • The majority of commercial vitamin supplements are made up of synthetic vitamins
  • Synthetic vitamins do not perform the same functions in your body as vitamins found naturally in whole food
  • Many synthetic vitamins deplete your body of other nutrients and tax your kidneys before being excreted through your urine

If you want a comprehensive understanding of what vitamins are and what they do in your body, it would be best to take a full course in biochemistry. Do you remember all of those molecular formulas and chemical reactions that you studied in your high school chemistry class? Biochemistry is really just an extension of chemistry, with an emphasis on the thousands of chemical reactions that occur in your body on a moment-to-moment basis.

Anyone who studies biochemistry learns that vitamins do not exist as single components that act on their own. Vitamins are made up of several different components – enzymes, co-enzymes, and co-factors– that must work together to produce their intended biologic effects.

Read More: Synthetic vs. Natural Vitamins on Dr. Ben Kim’s Blog.

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