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Trypto-Plus 500 mg 100 Capsules

Trypto-Plus 500 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS TRYPTOPHAN? Tryptophan an essential amino acid is the precursor to Serotonin which is a necessary neurotransmitter responsible for transmitting nerve impulses in the brain and inducing sleep and tranquility. Serotonin deficiencies which are related to Tryptophan deficiencies are well documented in cases of depression and insomnia as well as chemical addictions. Low levels of Tryptophan have also been noted with PMS substance abuse schizophrenia attention deficit disorders and autism. The dietary sources of Tryptophan are cottage cheese milk brown rice peanuts meat turkey and soy products. Tryptophan supplementation is an excellent way for increasing Serotonin levels. It is essential for biochemical balance of the brain and is very helpful for those with sleep deprivation and anxiety and provides mood enhancement. Tryptophan supplementation has also been effective in appetite control increasing pain tolerance and assisting those with jet lag. Montiff supplies only the highest quality USP Tryptophan in Trypto-Plus which is now available for professional use. TRYPTO-PLUS AND SLEEPSleep deprivation is a serious concern for many and low Serotonin levels are often the cause of this problem. Tryptophan (with the necessary co-factors) converts to Serotonin helping to induce relaxation and naturally enhancing sleep. One Two capsules 30 minutes prior to bedtime are recommended and it may also be taken during the night if necessary. In extreme cases of insomnia Trypto-Plus may be taken early evening as well as bedtime. Take with fruit juice or water. Do not eat protein two hours before bedtime.TYPTO-PLUS AND MOOD ENHANCEMENT Tryptophan (plus co-factors) naturally converts to Serotonin and it has been well documented that low Serotonin levels and low Tryptophan levels have been associated with depression. If depression also involves Catecholamine biochemistry then taking Trypto-Plus in a regimen along with Montiff NeuroBalance is recommended. (Neuro-Balance should be taken prior to breakfast mid morning).These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition. Ingredients: Serving Size: 1 Vegetable Capsule Servings Per Container: 100 Amount Per Serving: L-Tryptophan 500 mg Vitamin B-6 (as Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate coenzymatic B-6) 3.14 mg Riboflavon-5-Phosphate (coenzymatic B-2) 2.19 mg Cellulose MAgnesium Stearate Silicon Dioxide (Free of starch corn milk wheat yeast sugar eggs salt artificial colors binders flavors preservatives fish derivatives or animal products.) Dosage: As a sleep aid Take 1-2 capsules 30 minutes before bedtime during the night if required or as needed.

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Cats Claw (Uncaria tomentosa) is a natural whole herb. Supports Immune System HealthSupports Joint HealthPuritans Prides perservative-free gelatin capsules contain pure milled herb powder.Puritans Prides Natural Whole Herb products utilize ground

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Gluca-Balance 710 mg 100 Capsules

Gluca-Balance 710 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT ARE GLYCOGENIC AMINO ACIDS? These are the amino acids that can be converted by the body into glucose to produce energy. The brain requires 125-150g or 75% of the available glucose in the body for its energy source to maintain normal brain metabolism. While many amino acids can be converted into glucose Alanine and Glutamine are the primary glycogenic amino acids. Because amino acids are converted into glucose at different rates a mixture of glycogenic amino acids permits the blood glucose levels to maintain over a longer period of time. Gluconeogenesis is the process of converting amino acids lactate and glycerol into glucose for the brain. Mainly this occurs in the liver although some gluconeogenesis also takes place in the kidneys. WHAT IS HYPOGLYCEMIA? This is a biochemical condition in which individuals have been known to have low plasma glucose levels of only 50 mg./dl. Hypoglycemics who are sensitive to carbohydrates generally exhibit symptoms such are lethargy hunger tachycardia and sweating 2-5 hours after a meal. Severe and chronic hypoglycemics may experience headaches blurred vision confusion and emotional or bizarre behavior. Since hypoglycemics have low blood sugar levels Gluca-Balance glycogenic amino acid formula is recommended to help increase and regulate their blood glucose levels. SOME BENEFITS OF GLUCA-BLANCE ARE:Nineteen of the 20 amino acids utilized in the body are glycogenic with some being more so than others. GLUCA-BALANCE provides a proper balance of the necessary amino acids to stimulate glycogenolysis gluconeogenesis and help support the liver brain and musculature.L-ALANINE: The primary glycogenic and glucogenic amino acid in the body. The liver has an enormous ability to utilize alanine for gluconeogenesis. L-GLUTAMINE: An important glycogenic amino acid and the most abundant amino acid in the blood. It is necessary for many functions including the primary precursor to glutamate one of two main excitatory neurotransmitters in the brain. It diminishes the craving for alcohol and sweets since it has an effect on the appetite center in the brain. Glutamine also supplies energy to the small intestines and is important for a proper immune system.GLYCINE: A glycogenic amino acid important for blood formation as well as being one of the main inhibitory neurotransmitters in the brain. L-LYSINE: A glycogenic and ketogenic essential amino acid which is also essential for the urea cycle cholesterol metabolism may help suppress the herpes and other viruses and is a precursor to carnitine. L-LEUCINE L- ISOLEUCINE AND L-VALINE: are branched chain amino acids to meet musculature needs as well as for the liver and brain. L-TYROSINE AND L-PHENYLALANINE: support proper neurotransmitter activity and the adrenal glands when under stress. L-METHIONINE: prevents deposits and cohesion of fats in the liver due to lipotropic factors and assists in proper gallbladder function. It also has powerful anti

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Super-Sports 750 mg 100 Capsules

Super-Sports 750 mg 100 Capsules. A powerful blend of 16 of the highest L-Crystalline amino acids: L-Lysine Glycine L-Leucine L-Methionine L-Arginine Base L-Phenylalanine L-Valine L-Isoleucine L-Histidine Base L-Glutamine L-Threonine L-Tyrosine L-Tryptophan Taurine. L-Glutamine-alpha-Ketoglutarate L-Arginine-alpha-ketoglutarate.Recommended for: Increasing athletic performance. Promoting muscle development. Enhancing stamina and endurance. Helping attain and maintain a positive physical athletic image. Improving vitality. For those undergoing physical therapy or with degenerative muscle disorders to help increase protein synthesis.Benefits of Super-Sports Amino Acid Formula are: Highest Quality L-Crystalline singular amino acids and other ingredients used for proper utilization and metabolism. No digestion required for direct absorption. Branched-Chain Amino Acids (L-Leucine L-Isoleucine and L-Valine) are included in the proper balance. These amino acids increase protein synthesis and anabolic hormones while decreasing the amount of protein catabolism. They may also increase energy and aid in repair and recovery which is important to the athlete during regular physical training. Glutamine the most abundant amino acid found in muscle tissue increases anabolic activity as well as having beneficial antioxidant and hepatoprotective properties. It helps support muscle hypertrophy effects growth hormone and testosterone levels and is important for neurological and gastro-intestinal health. Arginine (HCL) is important for the athlete in producing GH secretion and stimulates insulin leading to anabolic and anticatabolic effects on skeletal muscle. It helps increase lean body mass and strength and has an important role in nitric oxide production which is important in cardio-vascular health and in preventing hypertension. Taurine is the second most abundant amino acid in muscle tissue after glutamine and it influences the anabolic process through the control of the ionic flux and effects on osmoregulation. It has many other important roles in the body including antioxidant properties balances and stabilizes minerals and has a protective effect on joints. Tyrosine is important for proper chemical balance of the brain and depletions have been associated with depression and memory deficiencies. It is essential for production of catecholamine neurotransmitters producing norepinephrine leading to adrenaline production. It is the precursor for the hormone thyroxine from the thyroid gland and growth hormone (GH) from the pituitary. Glycine is a glycogenic amino acid and is an important constituent of collagen increases GH and is necessary for neurological health. Methionine has many functions in the body including increasing protein synthesis and is essential in the formation of creatine. Lysine is an essential amino acid and it has an inhibitory effect on viruses such as the herpes virus. Low levels can slow protein synthesis and effect muscle and connective tiss

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Pure L-Citrulline 600 mg 100 Capsules

Pure L-Citrulline 600 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS CITRULLINE? Citrulline a non-essential amino acid synthesized in the intestinal tract from Glutamine converts to Arginine in a biochemical process involving Aspartic Acid and two necessary enzymes Ornithine Transcarbamoylase and Argininosuccinate Synthetase. As a precursor to Arginine it has a sparing effect on Arginine enabling an increase in Nitric Oxide production. Nitric Oxide (NO) is very important for endothelial support and cardiovascular health. Citrulline increases energy and stimulates the immune system as well. Citrulline is also an essential component of the Urea Cycle and functions along with Ornithine and Arginine to convert ammonia into Urea. High ammonia levels are extremely toxic and can cause liver damage and neurological impairment. Supplementation with Citrulline has been very beneficial in a genetic disorder called Ornithine Transcarbamoylase (OTC) Deficiency. CITRULLINE AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH Citrulline is a precursor to Arginine which has been shown to increase Nitric Oxide. Since up to 80% of Arginine is utilized in the liver and kidneys only 20 % is available for cardiovascular support. Supplementing with Citrulline produces a sparing effect allowing for additional Arginine production intracellularly for cardiovascular function. Nitric Oxide (NO) the endothelial relaxing factor (EDRF) is a small molecule made from Arginine. It plays an essential role in the regulation of vascular homeostasis modulates cardiac contractility regulates vascular tone and helps in preventing vessel injury and Atherosclerosis. Oxidative stress (free radicals damage) creates injury to endothelial cells. Citrulline converts to Arginine in the vascular cells and thus increases Nitric Oxide production which can help to restore endothelial cell function. The role of Nitric Oxide and Arginine supplementation as well as the role of Citrulline in endothelial function has been well-documented in medical studies. Dr. S. Gross (Cornell U. Med. College) in his publication in the J. Biol. Chem. 1997 suggests the ratio of 3 Arginine to 1 Citrulline for Nitric Oxide production. Those with active Herpes who need cardiovascular support should reverse the Citrulline/Arginine ratio to 3 Citrulline to 1 Arginine since Arginine can stimulate the Herpes and similar viruses. This ratio can help increase Arginine intracellularly. Lysine supplementation may also be advisable in some cases.ORNITHINE TRANSCAR BAMOYLASE (OTC) DEFICIENCY This is a serious genetic Urea Cycle disorder effecting an estimated 1 in 20000 births. Ornithine ranscarbamoylase is the second enzyme in the Urea Cycle and is necessary to produce Citrulline. A deficiency of this enzyme Pauses a lack of Citrulline thus the Urea Cycle cannot function properly and the result is hyperammonemia. It has been linked to SIDS deaths in newborns and Reye's syndrome in children since it is often undiagnosed. Symptoms of the neonatal onset disorder may appear in fir

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Pure Taurine 500 mg 100 Capsules

Pure Taurine 500 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS TAURINE? Taurine is a sulfur amino acid that was originally named so since it was first isolated in the bile of an ox (Taurus). Present in high concentrations in mammals it is a conditionally essential amino acid in humans (and in cats) with many functions although it does not enter into protein synthesis. It is necessary in proper neonatal infant and child development and deficiencies in developmental stages may be the cause of epilepsy poor eyesight and other problems. Taurine is found in animal proteins primarily in meat and milk (and especially high in human nursing mother's milk). Because it is so important for human development some baby formulas are enriched with Taurine. It is synthesized from Methionine and Cysteine and Vitamin B-6 is necessary for proper metabolism however infants have a limited capacity to synthesize Taurine. A Pyridoxal 5'Phosphate (active B-6) deficiency decreases the amount synthesized and can cause low levels of Taurine. Zinc is also essential and a zinc deficiency is associated with an increased excretion of Taurine. They also work synergistically as antioxidants to protect cell membranes from free radical/ toxic damage. A deficiency of both may impair eyesight and low levels have been noted in epileptics. Since Taurine is not available in vegetable proteins strict vegetarians-may be low in this important amino acid.TAURINE AND HEART MUSCLE There is a high concentration of Taurine in cardiac muscle tissue and it controls the ionic (calcium/magnesium) flux helps to prevent potassium loss and has a protective function against myocardial injury and heart failure. It is involved with osmoregulation and regulates myocardial contractions. It also has both antiarrhythmic activity and hypotensive properties. Studies show that Taurine administered orally improves patients with congestive heart failure. ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES Taurine protects against damage to cells from toxic compounds including carbon tetrachloride hydrazine and 14-naphthoqunone. Low levels of Taurine may lead to liver damage from exposure to these chemicals. Taurine works along with Zinc in its antioxidant activities helping to trap hydroxy radicals and acting as a radioprotective mechanism in protecting healthy cell membranes from free radical damage.NEUROLOGICAL FUNTIONS Taurine is important for brain development and insufficient amounts in the growth stage may cause neurological problems later on. It is involved in the maintenance of cerebella function acts as a modulator of neuronal excitability and neurotransmitter function and has anticonvulsant properties. EPILEPSYTaurine like GABA provides neuroinhibitory activity to the Central Nervous System. Zinc and Taurine deficiencies have been noted in epileptics as well as low levels of GABA. Increasing Taurine levels may help diminish seizures in Epileptics as well as other seizure disorders. TAURINE AND BILE FUNCTION Taurine is a key component of bile which is n

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All-Basic-Plus 750 mg 500 Capsules

All-Basic-Plus 750 mg 500 Capsules. Recommended for Enhancing Structure Function Related to Nutritional Needs and Deficiencies Pertaining to: Helping to maintain proper gastrointestinal function. Aid in the repair of Mucosa. Helping to maintain muscle mass. Stimulating muscle protein. Helping to improve immune functions. Helping to maintain and protect liver function. i.e. synthesis of glutathione. Helping in the regeneration of the liver. Helping to permit a reduction in the length of hospital stays. Helping in the suppression of hypoglycemia in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM).Gluconeogenesis and Low Blood Sugar: Glutamine is a regulator of protein fatty acid and glycogen metabolism. Alanine and Glutamine are the primary glycogenic amino acids that regulate gluconeogenesis ( carbohydrate/sugar formation) in the liver. Intestinal Health:Two thirds of Glutamine is metabolized and utilized in the mucosal cells of the small intestine which is why it is so important in maintaining proper gastrointestinal function. It promotes intestinal healing and may have beneficial results in patients with gastrointestinal disorders. Immune System:Glutamine is necessary for the function of immunocompetent cells and enhances the immunity of the intestinal mucosa. It is the precursor to Glutathione a powerful antioxidant with detoxification properties which enhances the immune protective system of cells. Immune System:Glutamine is necessary for the function of immunocompetent cells and enhances the immunity of the intestinal mucosa. It is the precursor to Glutathione a powerful antioxidant with detoxification properties which enhances the immune protective system of cells.Glutamine and Neurological Health:Glutamine crosses the blood brain barrier and is the precursor to Glutamate and Glutamic acid which are excitatory neurotransmitters. It is also a precursor for GABA which acts as an inhibitory transmitter which induces a calming effect. Glutamic acid along with Glutamate provides glucose to provide energy for brain cells which requires 75% of the available glucose in the body for its energy source to maintain normal brain metabolism. Improvement of the Metabolic Systems (Stimulation of protein synthesis and improvement of nitrogen balance):Under conditions such as stress fasting surgery traumatic injury or sepsis increased degradation of proteins (mainly skeletal muscle proteins) tips the nitrogen balance in the negative direction. This negative nitrogen balance results in a rapid and marked decrease in muscle concentrations of glutamine: this is a characteristic of such stress conditions. ALaGLn has been reported to be effective in preventing a change in nitrogen metabolism under conditions of stress.Substitution for Alanine:Preventive effect against hypoglycemia in patients with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM)Pharmacotherapy for IDDM (type 1 diabetes mellitus) includes intensive insulin therapy that sometimes causes hypoglycem

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Pure L-Lysine 500 mg 100 Capsules

Pure L-Lysine 500 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS LYSINE? Lysine an essential amino acid is found in muscle tissue. It promotes bone growth collagen production and is responsible for calcium absorption in the intestinal tract. Vitamins especially B-6 and Vitamin C are required for proper metabolism and conversion (with Methionine) into Carnitine. Although required by the body as an essential amino acid it cannot be manufactured within the body and must be obtained by consuming foods with Lysine or through supplementation. Many diets including strict vegetarian are low in Lysine. A proper ratio of 2 to 1 in relationship to Arginine levels is necessary for proper biochemical balance. Some of the foods high in Lysine are beef cottage cheese chicken tuna turkey and yogurt. There are small amounts in legumes and in some vegetables such as potatoes. Some foods high in Arginine are nuts seeds soy protein chocolate carob and coconut. Those consuming large amounts of these foods and small amounts of Lysine-rich foods may have a Lysine/Arginine imbalance. Lysine supplementation will help to correct this imbalance. Since Arginine stimulates the activity of the Herpes virus those with Herpes should restrict their consumption of these foods. Amino acid analysis of those with viruses such as Herpes Epstein Barr and Mononucleosis show low levels of Lysine with imbalances in the Lysine/Arginine ratios. Supplementation with Lysine increases blood plasma levels of Lysine. The higher levels of Lysine present in the plasma the lower the incidence of Herpes outbreaks. Studies show Lysine inhibits the growth of the Herpes Virus. Continued use of supplementation is essential since discontinuing Lysine can quickly result in Lysine imbalances and new outbreaks of the virus. Stress colds and sunlight can stimulate outbreaks therefore at these times (or if high Arginine foods are consumed) it is suggested that the dosage of L-Lysine be increased to maintain proper balance and help control the severity duration and recurrence of the outbreaks.WHAT IS HERPES? Herpes is a virus categorized into four types: HERPES SIMPLEX HERPES LABIALIS Type 1 (cold sores or fever blisters) causes unsightly lesions generally around the lips and mouth and can cause severe eye problems should the eye become infected. This is very common affecting 40-80% of the population with 50% of the population having frequent outbreaks. Sunlight wind stress fevers and diet can stimulate the outbreaks of these sores. It is highly contagious and direct contact can cause genital herpes as well. GENITIAL HERPES Type 2 are groups of blisters that rupture into painful ulcers or sores in the genital area and at least 1 out of 6 people in the U.S. over 15 are infected. Pain or tenderness in this area is often accompanied by headaches fever swollen glands in the groin and general malaise. It is transmitted through sexual contact and last from 1-3 weeks. The virus remains in the body and outbreaks can reoccur weeks months o

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Pure L-Phenylalanine 500 mg 100 Capsules

Pure L-Phenylalanine 500 mg 100 Capsules. Category: Amino Acids- SingleThese statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition. Ingredients: Ingredients per capsule: Pure L-Phenylalanine 500mg Dosage: Take 1- 2 capsules twice daily on an empty stomach with a full glass of water or fruit juice.

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 Cat's Claw, Bark, 100 Capsules

Premium Herbal Certified 485 mg Dietary Supplement Health & longevity through the healing power of nature-that's what it means to Trust the Leaf. Cat's Claw (Uncaria tomentosa) bark is guaranteed to contain 0.3% alkaloids, which have been clinically researched for their health promoting benefits. Our Cat's Claw is carefully grown, tested and produced to certified quality standards. Suggested Use Take 3 capsules two or three times daily, preferably with food. Supplement Facts Supplement Facts Serving Size: 3 Capsules Servings Per Container: 33 Amount Per Serving % Daily Value Calories 5 Total Carbohydrate 1 g Cat's Claw (bark) 1.455 g (1,455 mg) ** †Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. **Daily Value not established. Other Ingredients Gelatin (capsule), millet, magnesium stearate Warnings Freshness & safety sealed with printed outer shrink-wrap and printed inner seal. Do not use if either seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children.

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Pure L-Tyrosine 500 mg 100 Capsules

Pure L-Tyrosine 500 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS TYROSINE? Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid made from Phenylalanine in the body and found in foods such as lima beans pumpkinseeds almonds avocados bananas and dairy products. It is extremely important for neurological health since it is the precursor for catecholamine neurotransmitters in the brain. The biochemical conversion of Tyrosine is Dopa then Dopamine Norepinephrine and Epinephrine. Pyridoxal 5'PhosphatE the active form of B6 is necessary for this conversion. Low levels of Tyrosine in the blood show a direct correlation to depression and anxiety. Tyrosine is also a precursor to Thyroxine and aids in the production of melanin as well. Abnormal metabolism of Tyrosine is associated with Albinism since there is a deficiency of melanin production in this condition. TYROSINE AND DEPRESSION Tyrosine is the precursor for catecholamine neurotransmitters in the brain which effect mood. Deficiencies of Tyrosine can result in inadequate norepinephrine in the brain which causes depression. Many medical studies have confirmed that low levels of Tyrosine in the blood are associated with depression. Research has noted marked improvement in depressed individuals analogous to low catecholamine levels when given oral supplementation of Tyrosine. STRESS Reduced catecholamine levels have also been associated with behavioral changes related to stress. Research studies have documented that Tyrosine supplementation has resulted in decreased anxiety and improvement in mood in individuals experiencing stress. Studies further noted that Tyrosine supplementation improved other symptoms of stress including the ability to concentrate headaches and muscle discomfort. COCAINE ADDICTION The chronic use of cocaine interferes with catecholamine biochemistry in the brain causing a chemical imbalance by reducing Dopamine (DA) and Norepinephrine (NA) metabolism. These chemical imbalances are associated with the withdrawal symptoms of drug craving depression anxiety and irritability. Tyrosine levels are measurably low in those addicted to cocaine and supplementation of Tyrosine improves catecholamine biochemistry and assists in decreased symptoms of withdrawal. NARCOLEPSY Narcolepsy effecting over 250000 people in the U.S. is a sleeping disorder in which individuals fall asleep suddenly without any warning. This is extremely disconcerting and dangerous as well. Narcofepsy has been associated with a Dopamine abnormality and since the precursor to Dopamine is Tyrosine supplementation may be beneficial with this condition. In the studies conducted on those with this disorder there was significant improvement when Tyrosine was administered. Results were decreased when vitamin B-6 was included in the protocol indicating that Narcoleptics should not be given B-6 with Tyrosine. THYROXINE Tyrosine is the precursor for Thyroxine production by attaching to iodine atoms to form active thyroid hormones. Low levels of Tyrosine have been re

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Pure L-Proline 500 mg 100 Capsules

Pure L-Proline 500 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS PROLINE? Proline is an amino acid found primarily in meat and synthesized in the body from Glutamate in the tricarboxylic acid cycle and Ornithine in the urea cycle. It is the precursor to hydroxyproline which is essential in collagen production. This is necessary for tissue repair and wound healing. It is also important for joint and tendon health as well as strengthening the heart muscle. Collagen is also a component of skin and it improves skin tissue as well as helping to prevent loss of collagen which happens in the aging process. Proline also stimulates DNA and protein synthesis and especially hepatic protein synthesis. PROLINE AND JOINT HEALTH Proline is the amino acids necessary for the production of collagen and cartilage for healthy joints ligaments and tendons. Joints are complicated structures that connect bones to allow for movement. There are different types of joints including hinge ball-and-socket saddle and pivot joints. They are bound on the outside by fibrous bands called ligaments. Each ligament contains fibrous tissue of collagen in a capsule which surrounds the joint. The lining of the capsule is a thin membrane called the synovium that continuously produces a small amount of fluid for lubrication. Cartilage is a smooth flexible tissue that covers the surface where the bones meet and acts as a shock absorber and reduces friction. Osteoarthritis is caused by wear and tear on the joints as well as possible free radical damage and generally is associated with aging. While heredity and obesity effect the incidence of Osteoarthritis it may also develop due to overuse or injury to the joints. The articular cartilage which is the smooth lining of the joint begins to deteriorate and may eventually affect the bone. Without sufficient cartilage movement of the joint becomes restricted and painful. Swelling stiffness and pain are symptoms of this often-debilitating condition which affects the joints of the hips knees and spine. L-Proline is included in Montiff Joint-Eez to assist with collagen and cartilage repair; however additional Proline may be indicated for severely damaged joints. PROLINE AND SKIN Skin is the largest organ of the body and Proline and Hydroxyproline make collagen which is a component of skin tissue. Younger skin is thicker and has more elasticity than older skin. Aged skin is thinner and the decrease in collagen creates changes including less fibrous and elastic elements. Older skin is less subtle and smooth. Aging combined with the effects of sun and free radical damage results in older looking wrinkled skin. Proline along with other amino acids such as Glycine help create new cell formation and can contribute to maintaining younger looking skin. Lubrication is also important such as drinking sufficient water and including essential fatty acids in the diet. Montiff Super EFA Plus with borage oil rich in essential fatty acids can have beneficial results on the texture an

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Cat's Claw 500mg 200 Capsules -63%

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Pure L-Threonine 500 mg 100 Capsules

Pure L-Threonine 500 mg 100 Capsules. WHAT IS THREONINE? Threonine is an essential amino acid and must be obtained through food source or supplementation since the body cannot synthesize it. It was the last amino acid identified in 1935 when it was determined to be a necessary component of protein biosynthesis and must be provided in the diet daily. Because of the importance of Threonine it is included in Montiffs All-Basic Gluca-Balance and Super-Sports Amino Acid Formulas. Only a small amount of Threonine is found in grains therefore Vegetarians and those on low protein diets may be deficient in this amino acid which is important for the Kreb's cycle and proper protein balance and function. Deficiencies may also result in irritability. Threonine has lipotropic functions and helps prevent a fatty buildup in the liver. It may have a beneficial effect on fatty livers which result from low protein diets and Methionine and Aspartic Acid have an effect on Threonine's role in this action. Threonine which is a precursor for Glycine is also found in the heart skeletal muscle and central nervous system. By aiding in the production of antibodies it enhances the immune system and it may also be beneficial to those with ALS and MS. THREONINE AND ALS (Amoytrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Lou Gherig's Disease) WHAT IS ALS ?Amoytrophic Lateral Scleroses (ALS) is a neurological and fatal disease afecting muscle control and exhibited by progressive symptoms including muscle weakness atrophy cramps spasticity and difficulty in swallowing and speaking. It is also known as Lou Gherig's Disease because this famous N.Y. Yankee first baseman contracted and succumbed to this debilitating neuro-muscular disease in 1941. ALS affects over 4000 people in the US yearly and usually presents in people between the ages of 40 and 70. Death generally occurs 2-4 years after the onset although 10% live over 5 years and 5% live 10 years or longer. In 1993 a faulty gene was identified as the apparent cause in some cases. This was linked to free radical damage causing a degeneration of an enzyme superoxide dismutase. In other cases it may be due to a genetic propensity causing a metabolic defect in the central nervous system affecting the motor neurons. Excessive excitatory amino acids especially aspartate and glutamate have been noted while a decrease in Glycine in the central nervous system has also been measured. Increasing Glycine levels in the CNS has been theorized to be beneficial; however administering Glycine is ineffective since it does not cross into the central nervous system. Since Threonine is a precursor to Glycine and may cross into the CNS supplementation of Threonine may be effective in reducing some symptoms. Pyridoxal 5'Phostphate is necessary for the conversion of Threonine to Glycine. THREONINE AND ITS EFFECT ON ALS Dr. B. Patten at Baylor Univ. College of Med. 1988 administered between 2-4 grams of Threonine to 15 patients daily for 10 months. Improvement occurred

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Alpha Lipoic Acid 300 mg 60 caps by Montiff

Alpha Lipoic Acid 300 mg 60 Capsules Dietary Supplement Supplement Facts Serving Size: 1 capsule Servings Per Container: 60 Amount Per Serving: Alpha Lipoic Acid 300 mg Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate Directions: As a dietary supplement, take one to three capsules daily, or as recommended by a health care professional. To be used as Dietary supplement in a normal food program Contains no Starch, Corn, Milk, Wheat, Yeast, Sugar, Eggs, Salt, Artificial Colors, Binders, Flavors, Preservatives or fish derivatives Do Not Refrigerate Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500 mg - 100 Vegetarian Capsules

Life Extension Acetyl-L-Carnitine -- 500 mg - 100 Vegetarian Capsules

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