Clinical Review

Why Physician's Don't Prescribe Vitamins

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Physicians Have Little Or No Training In Nutrition Science And Biological Medicine
Allopathic Physicians Have A Much Different View Of Disease Etiology And Pathology
Physicians Are Taught That Vitamins Have Very Little Value For Treating Disease
Modern Medicine Has Evolved Into A Perverse Disease Management Business

PSN # 37: Functional Foods

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Functional Foods Are Foods Claimed To Have A Heath Promoting Property
Nutrients Added To Food Can Accessorize The Food And Make It Even More Nutritious
You Can’t Convert Something Detrimental or Poisonous Into Something Beneficial
It Is Now Possible To Design Foods And Diets To Regulate Gene Expression

Cortisol: King of Catabolism

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Cortisone Is A Glucocorticoid Secreted By The Human Adrenal Cortex
Cortisol Is A Major Player In The Body’s Response To Stress
Cortisol Can Interfere With Muscle Growth And Exercise Recovery
High Cortisol Levels Are Immunosuppressive And Destroy Sexual Function And Libido

Human Growth Hormone

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Human Growth Hormone Is Released From The Anterior Pituitary Gland
Growth Hormone Is A Complex Protein Consisting Of 191 Amino Acids
Growth Hormone Increases Protein Synthesis And Enhances Fatty Acid Catabolism
hGH Causes Cells To Grow & Multiply By Increasing The Rate Of Amino Acid Entry Into The Cell

Melatonin: Brain Bio-Antioxidant

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Melatonin is Produced in the Pineal Gland from the Neurotransmitter Serotonin
Melatonin is Released into the Bloodstream in the Absence of Light
Melatonin Synchronizes the Entire Hormone Cascade From Within the Brain
Melatonin is a Safe and Highly Practical Cost-Effective Dietary Supplement

Time Restricted Feeding

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Circadian Clocks Respond To Light And Are Affected By The Consumption Of Food
Every Major Organ In The Human Body Has A Circadian Clock
Chronobiology Includes The Investigation Of Rhythmic Patterns In Living Phenomena
Every Pattern Established Within A Living Organism Is A Function Of Homeostasis

Glucagon: The Anti-Insulin Hormone

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Glucagon Causes The Liver To Convert Stored Glycogen Into Glucose
Glucagon Regulates the Rate of Glucose Production Through Lipolysis
A Steady Flow Of Glucagon Release Throughout The Day Helps The Body Oxidize Fat
Glucagon Is The Hormone That Normally Dominates Our Metabolism When We’re Fasting

Insulin: The Anabolic Hormone

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Our Ability To Respond To Insulin Is Called Insulin Tolerance
Insulin Functions As An Anabolic Hormone and A Brilliant Fat Storage Hormone
Insulin Prevents Sugar From Rising Too High And Is Essential to Glucose Transport
Chronic Insulin Elevation Occurs As A Result Of Consuming A Diet High In Refined Carbohydrates

PSN No. 36: Superfoods

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Good Examples of Superfoods include Almonds, Papaya, Kale and Garlic
The Bee Products Are A Sensational Category Of Superfoods Direct From Nature
Propolis is a Natural Antibiotics and an Excellent Remedy For Colds, Infection & Sports Injury
Unprocessed Raw Honey Promotes Healing and is An Excellent Reconstructive And Tonic

The True Wealth of Health

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Exercise And Nutrition are the Ultimate Prescription For Optimum Health And Long Life
Our Original Diet Consisted Of Organic, Unrefined Whole Food Teaming With Micronutrients
The Outcome of our State and Health is Based on the Choices We Make Everyday
Put Your Mind in Your Muscle and Your Muscle in Your Mind.

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