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Friday, June 24, 2011

Alpha Lipid Colostrum : Detoxification

Traditionally, detoxification means taking a powerful herbal concoction that causes the body to dump fluids, thus flushing the system of impurities and toxins. 

From the point of view of colostrum, however, this is a limited and potentially dangerous concept of detoxification that puts unneeded stress on the body and can do more harm than good. 

Colostrum detoxifies the body beginning in the gastrointestinal tract in a much healthier and efficacious manner.

Colostrum inhibits or destroys harmful pathogens which can colonize the gut and cause major health problems, such as Helicobacter pylori, the main cause of gastric and duodenal ulcers[1,2,3,4]  Candida albicans, a fungus that can overgrow the intestines, forcing out beneficial bacteria[5] and many other pathogens[6,7] while promoting the growth of beneficial bacterial colonies. 

Colostrum also acts to heal the damage to the intestinal lining caused by the pathogens and toxins that can accumulate there. This prevents pathogens and toxins from entering the body and restores normal gut functioning. 

Colostrum also helps protect and heal both the liver and
the pancreas from the effects of toxins in the body by helping to remove dangerous toxins and by stimulating these organs to replace damaged tissue[8].

source : 

1. Korhonen H, Syvaoja EL, Ahola-Luttila H, Sivela S, Kopola S, Husu J, Kosunen TU. Bactericidal effect of bovine normal and immune serum, colostrum and milk against Helicobacter pylori. Journal of Applied Bacteriology, 78(6):655-662(1995).

2. Bitzan MM, Gold BD, Philpott DJ, Huesca M, Sherman PM, Karch H, Lissner R, Lingwood CA, Karmali MA. Inhibition of Helicobacter pylori and Helicobacter mustelae binding to lipid receptors by bovine colostrum. Journal of Infectious Diseases 177(4):955-961(1998).

3. Wada T, Aiba Y, Shimizu K, Takagi A, Miwa T, Koga Y. The therapeutic effect of bovine lactoferrin in the host infected with Helicobacter pylori. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 34(3):238-243(1999). 

4. Casswall TH, Nillson HO, Bjorck L, Sjostedt S, Xu L, Nord CK, Boren T, Wadstrom T, Hammarstrom L. Bovine anti-Helicobacter pylori antibodies for oral immunotherapy. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 37(12):1380-1385(2002). 

5. Masson PL, Heremans JF, Dive JH. An iron-binding protein common to many external secretions. Clinica Chimica Acta 14:735 (1966).

6. Ogra PL, Losonsky GA, Fishaut M. Colostrum derived immunity and maternal neonatal interaction. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 409:82-92 (1983).

7. Lilius EM, Marnila P. The role of colostral antibodies in prevention of microbial infections. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 14(3):295-300 (2001)

8. Moller W, Lissner R, Nitsche D. Use of bovine colostral milk as a preparation for the protection of the liver. US Patent #5,710,132 (1998).



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is it safe to take Slim Diet II for people with Diabetes?

Some people always confused with  ketoacidosis and ketosis. The similar names means that these two physiological states.

Ketosis is a safe physiological state caused by the regulated andcontrolled production of ketones during the fat burning process. When fat is broken down the liver produces ketones which the body uses as a fuel for energy. At various times in our life our body will naturally be in a state of ketosis, this is referred to as physiological ketosis and occurs in newborn babies, after exercise and in adults with a low carbohydrate diet.

Ketoacidosis, also referred to as diabetic ketoacidosis is an unsafe physiological (pathological) condition. It is a feature of uncontrolled diabetes mellitus where the body has increased blood sugar levels, ketone bodies and blood acid levels. Insulin deficiency or resistance is the main cause of ketoacidosis.

In general, most people feel well on this type of diet (SDII) and are usually encouraged by their weight loss success. Anyone with serious health condition(s), specifically insulin dependent diabetes, liver, kidney or neurological conditions should consult with their healthcare provider before commencing this or any other diet programme. 

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Sunday, June 19, 2011

A History of Colostrum

** for those who interested to know about it and also for people who are still skeptical about this proven and  traditional remedy.:)

The history of bovine colostrum use, is an old as history itself. In England and Scandinavia, colostrum is a traditional tonic and folk remedy given to entire family to keep them healthy for entire year. This first milking of a cow following a calving is traditionally made into a pudding called "beestings" to celebrate the birth and promote good health. [1]

Ayurvedic medicine has used colostrum for thousands of years in India where it continues to be widely used today. Cows are considered to be gods in India[2]. According to old texts, the colostrum also was used by the Ancient Egyptians.

Masai tribesman in Kenya drink bovine colostrum by the liter because they know how good it is for them. They are well-known for their toughness under extreme conditions and their health constitutions. Cows are considered their most important form of wealth, and they even sing songs of praise to colostrum as a recognition for the benefits they get from it. 

When Antony van Leeuwenhoek, Dutch inventor of the microscope and discoverer of bacteria, red blood cells and protozoa - first peered through his new invention, he was looking at milk. Albert Sabin, the inventor of the oral polio vaccine, also used antibodies properties from bovine colostrum [3,4]

Prior to 1950, colostrum was intensively studied and used for its immune boosting powers and as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. UNFORTUNATELY, with the advent of sulfa drugs, cheap antibiotics and other synthetic drugs, interest waned in natural remedies. The benefits of colostrum were largely lost for over 40 years. 

Germany army also used colostrum during World War II to treat injured army. 

Prior to 1980, colostrum was harvested in North America from buffalo and goats. But, after 1980s era, bovine or cows colostrum was harvested for mass market. 

In 2007, the world largest supplier for colostrum, has started selling patented colostrum product - The Alpha Lipid Lifeline. This product was derived from the highest grade of colostrum, taken from selective cows in New Zealand. This colostrum product blended together with good bacterias that you can found in Yakult product and also comes with vitamins and minerals. You might see a lot of colostrum product in the market, but you won't find grade-10 colostrum in the market other than Alpha Lipid Lifeline! 

sources :

[1] - Sally Fallon, Planet Thrive. planetthrive.com
[2] - Heinerman J. Fascinating Colostrum : AN Ancient Food for Modern Times, 1999.
[3] - Sabin AB, Antipoliomyelitic substance in milk from human beings and certain cows. Journal of Diseases of Children, 80:866 (1950)
[4] - Sabin AB, Fieldsteel AH. Antipoliomyelitic activity of human and bovine colostrum and milk. Pediatrics 29(1): 105-115 (1962)
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SD II : Low carbs much better than low calories to reduce liver fat

The Researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center reports that Curbing carbohydrates is more effective than cutting calories for individuals who want to quickly reduce the amount of fat in their liver. 

For the study, researchers assigned 18 participants with NAFLD to eat either a low-carbohydrate or a low-calorie diet for 14 days.

The participants assigned to the low-carb diet limited their carbohydrate intake to less than 20 grams a day – the equivalent of a small banana or a half-cup of egg noodles – for the first seven days. For the final seven days, they switched to frozen meals prepared by UT Southwestern’s Clinical and Translational Research Center (CTRC) kitchen that matched their individual food preferences, carbohydrate intake and energy needs.

Those assigned to the low-calorie diet continued their regular diet and kept a food diary for the four days preceding the study. The CTRC kitchen then used these individual records to prepare all meals during the 14-day study. Researchers limited the total number of calories to roughly 1,200 a day for the female participants and 1,500 a day for the males.

After two weeks, researchers used advanced imaging techniques to analyze the amount of liver fat in each individual. They found that the study participants on the low-carb diet lost more liver fat.

Slim Diet II also using similar strategy to help people to lose weight by reducing carbohydrates intake. it's already proven by many clinical research. if you are interested to get clinical paper for diet formula that is being used in SDII, please contact me. i have two clinical papers. one research was done on 14 patients and the other paper tested on more than 700 patients. 

Consume SDII with confident! we help you to lose weight safely.

source : http://www.healthnewsdigest.com/news/Diet_190/Limiting_Carbs_Not_Calories_Reduces_Liver_Fat_Faster.shtml
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