Volume 6

The Big Four: HMB

V6N12a - Topics
HMB (ß-Hydroxy ß-Methylbutyrate) Is Classified As An Anti-Proteolytic
HMB Protects Vital Organs and Muscle Fiber From Tissue-Wasting
HMB Regulates Enzymes Involved In The Catabolism Of Muscle Tissue
HMB is Derived from Dietary Leucine (BCAA)

The Myth of Muscle Memory

V6N11a - Topics
Muscle Fibers Do Not "Remember" Anything
Ability Acquired Once Stored In Our Neurons Is Never Lost
Muscle Memory Is Simply The Retrieval Of Information Previously Learned
Muscle Memory Facilitates Present Time Application With Greater Efficiency

Chlorophyll, Magnesium & Energy

V6N10a - Topics
Make Chlorophyll A Staple In Your Diet Or Pay The Consequences
Chlorophyll Is Fat-Soluble and Stored In The Chloroplast of Plant Cells
Magnesium Is The Central Atom Of Chlorophyll
Magnesium Is Extremely Important For Muscle and Nerve Function

The Acronym of D.I.E.T

V6N9a - Topics
DIET is an acronym for Discipline In Energy Transfer
“Do you have any?” (Discipline that is)
Empty Calories Devoid Of Enzymes, Vitamins & Minerals Are Deadly
Watch The Carbs and Dairy If You Want To Be Lean

Recreational Drugs: Ecstasy

V6N8a - Topics
Ecstasy Is Greek “Ekstasis” Meaning To Stand Outside or To Transcend Oneself
Ecstasy Or “E” Is Chemically Known As Methoxydimethylmethamphetamine (MDMA)
Ecstasy Can Be Utilized Therapeutically to Inhibit Suppressed Emotions
Ecstasy Abuse Can Cause Permanent Damage to Nerve Terminals In The Brain

Recreational Drugs: Cocaine

V6N7a - Topics
Cocaine Is An Alkaloid (C17-H21-NO4) Derived From The Leaves Of The Coca Plant
After The Leaves Are Soaked and Mashed, Cocaine Is Extracted As A Coca-Paste
Cocaine Can Increase Mental Alertness and Cause A Sense Of Well-Being & Euphoria
Cocaine Use Whacks The Immune System

Recreational Drugs: Cannabis

V6N6a - Topics
Cannabinoid Biology Has Become A Significant Area Of Interest In Biomedical Investigation
Marijuana, Cannabis and Hemp Are Much More Than Just “Getting High”
THC Is Lipid-Soluble and Stored In The Liver and Bodyfat
Cannabis For Medicine Is Recorded As Early As 3750 B.C in China

Recreational Drugs: Alcohol

V6N5a - Topics
Alcohol Is Absorbed Quickly From The Stomach and Intestines
Alcohol is Metabolized By A Zinc-Containing Enzyme Called Alcohol Dehydrogenase (ADH)
Long-Term Alcohol Exposure Causes Brain Damage, Liver Cirrhosis & Premature Aging
Athletes Who Drink Routinely Are Twice As Likely To Get Injured

Recreational Drugs: Tobacco

V6N4a - Topics
Tobacco Belongs To The Solanaceae Species Of The Nightshade Family
Nicotine Is The Principal Psychoactive Alkaloid In Tobacco
Nicotine Is "Addictive" and Displays A Unique Biphasic Effect
Nicotine Stimulates Both The CNS and The Cardiovascular System

Recreational Drugs: Coffee & Caffeine

V6N3a - Topics
"Coffee" Comes From The Ancient Arabic Gahweh Meaning “Gives Strength”
Average Adult Coffee Drinkers Consume 200-400mg Of Caffeine Each Day
Caffeine Contains the Active, Nitrogenous Compound called Methylxanthine
Drink it Black and Organic After a Meal


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