Category Archives: Vitamins
What is CoQ10?
CoQ10 is an enzyme that is found in virtually every cell in the body and is a vital part of the process that generates 95% of the body’s energy. CoQ10 is an important antioxidant that works against fat and protein oxidation. Additionally, it regenerates other antioxidants, such as vitamin E.
“Immune system cells divide more rapidly than most cells, and they are in constant need of repair and maintenance. All of this work requires energy reserves, and CoQ10 is a critical co–factor in our energy–production pathways. In both animal and human studies, CoQ10 has compensated for immune deficiencies caused by aging or disease.” (http://www.chiro.org/nutrition/Q10.shtml)
People with very low levels of CoQ10 include those with cardiovascular disease, Parkinson’s disease, muscular dystrophy, breast and other cancers, diabetes, male infertility, AIDS, asthma, thyroid disorders, and periodontal disease.
Why don’t people have enough CoQ10?
- Aging: Around age 35 the body starts producing less and less. At the age of 80, for example, CoQ10 levels are cut by more than half.
- Statin Drugs: Lower the body’s CoQ10 reserves at the same time
- High Cholesterol or High Blood Pressure: Increase the body’s need for CoQ10 and deplete the body’s supply.
- Poor Nutrition: Most people don’t eat enough of the foods rich in CoQ10.
How can I add CoQ10 to my diet?
To give your body the most CoQ10 possible it is a good idea to pick up a supplement at your local health food store and add as many of the following foods to your diet as possible. The recommended dose of coenzyme Q10 for adults is 30 to 200 mg each day, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.
More extensive Internet research found that the clinical studies used therapeutic doses of 360 mg/day.
Food sources alone may not be enough for those deficient in CoQ10. To put dietary CoQ10 intake into perspective, one pound of sardines, two pounds of beef, or two and one half pounds of peanuts, provide only 30 mg of CoQ10. However, as you can see from the list below, many foods contain CoQ10.
Pork heart, reindeer meat, and beef heart are the three foods with the highest amounts of CoQ10. Others include pork, beef liver, beef, pork liver, and ham. Frying meats tends to reduce their levels.
Sesame oil and corn oil have high amounts of CoQ10. Oils with lesser amounts include sunflower oil and safflower oil.
Sardine, mackerel, cuttlefish, yellow tail, tuna, herring, and pollock have moderate to high amounts of CoQ10. Eel, trout, and flatfish also contain a small amount.
Nuts, Beans and Seeds
Peanuts, sesame seeds, pistachios, walnuts, adzuki beans, and hazelnuts contain moderate to high amounts of CoQ10. Almonds and chestnuts have a small to moderate amount.
Chicken and Eggs
Chicken has a moderate amount of CoQ10; boiling chicken retains more coenzyme Q10 in the meat than frying. Eggs have a small amount of CoQ10.
Spinach, broccoli, sweet potato, sweet pepper, garlic, peas, cauliflower and carrots contain small to moderate amounts of CoQ10. It is best to steam or boil the vegetables instead of frying them as the CoQ10 loses potency when cooked with high direct heat.
Though most of us probably need more CoQ10 in our diets, if you want to take the therapeutic dosage, it is a good idea to check with your doctor or health practitioner before doing so, as it may interact with other medications.
To achieve healthy bones it is essential to eat a diet rich in fresh, raw whole foods that maximizes natural minerals so that your body has the raw materials it needs to function properly. Along with a healthy organic diet supplement with Vitamin K2 and D3 for optimum bone, heart, and joint health.
Thinning bones and arterial plaque may be due to a lack of the essential vitamins K2 and D3.
This “lost vitamin” kept our ancestors disease free for thousands of years, but until recently was unknown to scientists.
New research has finally revealed the true identity of this lost vitamin. It’s been called nature’s “missing link to a disease-free life.”
Clear your arteries of heart attack-causing plaque and effortlessly build bones of steel! Don’t fall prey to those studies that say calcium supplements don’t prevent bone loss and osteoporosis.
“Calcium is the cornerstone mineral in bones. However, calcium consumption does not build bones. Countries with the highest dietary calcium consumption (US, Canada, & Scandinavian countries) have the highest rates of osteoporosis.” Natural News
What are you missing for proper calcium absorption? Why does the calcium go to coat your arteries and solidify your joints? Why does this seem to be more of a problem for modern man? When Dr. Weston A. Price in the late 1930’s located primitive tribes that had never met the white man before, he found them to have perfectly spaced, snow white teeth and the elderly people were strong and healthy. What did they know that we have forgotten?
The wonders of modern technology have taken beautiful, wholesome and highly complex natural organic products and turned them into pure isolates with no support elements or any harmony with Mother Nature.
Lets take a good look at the highly nutritious sugar cane. A fantastically nutritious plant, and what do we do to it in America?
We introduce sulfur dioxide to the cane juice before evaporation. Then the raw sugar syrup is mixed with a heavy syrup and run through a centrifuge to take away the outer coating of the raw sugar crystals.
Dr. Royal Lee (1895-1967) is the father of modern natural vitamins. You wouldn’t find him in Who’s Who nor would he be cited as an authority in any established scientific publication. You will find websites who published FDA attacks against this honest hard working genius, forwarding lies used to destroy this man’s name, etc. Never do they mention the fact that the vitamins created by Dr. Lee sold through his company Standard Process, are still the best vitamins on planet Earth today.
Super Energy Booster formula was designed with the viewpoint to supply the microorganisms in our digestive systems, with all the basic necessary ‘nuts and bolts’ in order to create any needed product for the body to build, maintain or repair. These components would be tissue, bone, amino acids and all the various essential building blocks needed for a healthy body.
The formula starts with cod liver oil that is not de-stearinated (fat not removed) which only the Europeans still make. This oil is a natural source of vitamin A and D and as a mineral source of the long chain fatty acids. [EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)]. When this kind of oil is mixed with calcium and phosphorous, they bond a jointly form a new compound which become the basic building blocks for life. To this formula, I then add a natural source of vitamin C, which is Acerola cherry powder (note that this is a source of vitamin C, not vitamin C). Then I add Fulvic acid, which supplies the basic carbon chain in which other things can attach to, as well as a source of organic trace minerals. In addition, I add brewers yeast. Brewers yeast supplies some 18 different kinds of essential amino acids; thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folic acid, pantothenic acid, vitamin B12 and many other trace minerals. The brewers yeast is from Lewis Labs, which is the only known non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) brewers yeast in the world. The common GMO brewers yeast from the beer factories has contaminated most brewers yeast on planet earth.
Super Energy Booster Contains the Following Products
- Calphonite 15 fluid oz.
- Cod Liver Oil 16 fluid oz.
- Acerola Powder 6 oz.
- Fulvic Acid 32 oz.
- Lewis Labs Brewers Yeast 2 lbs.
- Inner Garden 32 oz.
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All vitamins are not created equally! With modern chemistry which now includes physics, because they can nanotize particles. They can make a vitamin one million times smaller than the previous natural or synthetically made vitamins. This should be of great concern as once any element is nanotized they display totally different physical properties. And at this point in time there are no laws governing nanotizing anything.