Nutrition News

LET C (Liposomal Encapsulating Technology)

Is What We Have Been Waiting For 🙂

Liposome

Nutritional Supplements that enjoy 98% blood and intra-cellular absorption.
This is the next step beyond Intravenous Nutritional Therapy. The “Holy Grail” of targeted nutritional healing.

All the wonderful results we have been hearing about research via nutritional methods have been performed intravenously – now we have been empowered to enjoy these levels of healing and maintenance at home for a fraction of the cost, yet all the benefits.

Excerpts from Dr. Thomas E. Levy M.D. J.D., lecture at the 35th Annual Tree Of Life
Cancer Convention on breakthrough effectiveness of Lyposomal-Encapsulated Vitamin C.

People are experiencing wonderful results with LET C.

Video References

Dr. Robert Rowen, MD is internationally known for his work in the field of complementary, alternative and integrative medicine. He is known as the “Father of Medical Freedom” for his efforts to legalize alternative medicine in 1990 in Alaska. He worked with Senator Ward and Governor Hickel to accomplish this amazing feat.

Consumers are seeking out alternative treatments for cancer and are getting amazing results with intravenous Vitamin C therapy. Listen to these patients as they tell their stories of being told to “put their affairs in order”, only to become well enough to live a much longer and fuller life!

We can intravenously add extremely high doses of vitamin C directly to the bloodstream to selectively (and very effectively) kill cancer cells. Many therapy programs around the world (not in North America) have patients receive upwards of 1/4 kilo, direct i.v. with dramatic results. As in very good. Not only this but for the thousands of patients who have undergone the therapy, there are no negative side effects to speak of. Two time Nobel prize winner Linus Pauling discovered these findings many years ago I found out. The following video briefly discusses it.

Distributors Of Nano Liposome Nutritionals

Healthy Items Good prices and product range (verfied)
Nanoliposomal Nutritionals NanoLiposomals are the manufacturers, Healthy Items are the distributors access point
Livon Labs Good product but a little expensive (verified)
HRG Liposomals A good range of Liposome Nuitritionals
Please let me know if you have any more links to your favourite LET Nutritionals?

Nice to know when new manufacturers and suppliers wake up ! 🙂

Sincerely,

Ken Uzzell

DRM, DBT, CMF, CPK, CN
ATMS Registered
Australian Traditional Medicine Society LTD

The Evolutionary Enigma of Vitamin C

Prof. Ely’s Work

Important read for consummers to understand the relationship between sugar and simple starches with vitamin C

Prof. Ely proposed his Glucose-Ascorbate Antagonism (GAA) theory that predicts high glucose levels hinder vitamin C entry into cells. Animals which make their own vitamin C use dietary glucose as the raw material and the ascorbate and glucose molecules are similar. The similarity extends past molecular structure to the way they are attracted to, and enter, cells. Both molecules require help from the pancreatic hormone insulin before they can penetrate cell membranes using special “pumps.” The name for the process that propels glucose and Vitamin C (the reduced form) through cell membranes is Insulin-mediated uptake. Ely studied the insulin-mediated uptake of glucose and vitamin C using white blood cells. White blood cells have more insulin pumps and they may contain 20 times the amount of vitamin C as ordinary cells. Dr. Ely explains that both glucose and vitamin C molecules compete, but all things are not equal. The evolutionary “fight-or-flight” response favors glucose entry into cells at the expense of vitamin C. Because of this antagonism between sugar and Vitamin C, Ely recommends a low-carbohydrate, low-processed sugar diet.

Combining these ideas, Ely postulates that cells that cant absorb glucose are not absorbing vitamin C either. As blood glucose levels rise, the GAA theory predicts that vitamin C uptake is greatly diminished throughout the body, even in cells with undamaged insulin pumps. Ely’s conjecture is that the serious health consequences of prolonged Type II diabetes, e.g. blindness, wounds that won’t heal, limb amputation, etc., are the result of the lack of vitamin C inside cells.

We may now more intelligently answer the question as to why heart patients do well on high-dose Omega-3 oil supplementation. Healthful omega-3 fatty acids, such as those found in flax seed and fish oils, promote healthy cell membranes allowing more nutrients to pass into cells. Theoretically, there would be more benefit from Omega-3 supplementation after the primary cause of membrane damage, trans fatty acids, are eliminated from the diet. As cell membranes become permeable, sugar molecules leave the blood stream lowering blood sugar, making vitamin C more bioavailable. Finally, Ely postulated that the cellular membrane problem hindering the uptake of glucose in diabetics also hinders their cells from obtaining vitamin C.

Genetic Optimisation Via Diet

We can change our genes simply by making a few adjustments to our diet. When we eat certain foods, nutrients release hormones that switch our genes on and off. And the nutrients in low-glycemic foods turn off genes that lead to weight gain and diseases that may follow.

The glycemic index (GI) measures how fast our food breaks down to sugar in our bloodstream. GI ratings of 80-100 are considered high and below 35-45 up to 50 is good. In just 12 weeks, the high GI diet will increase the activity of at least 62 genes that lead to disease. These genes activate our stress response. It puts our body in a constant “fight or flight” mode. This lowers our immunity and causes damage to our cells. But the low GI diet within the same time frame can decrease the activity of at least 71 disease-causing genes, including hormone-sensitive lipase (HSL). High HSL is what causes fat to settle around our middle.

It is widely suggested that we should eat a wide variety of low GI foods. Follow the example handed down by our primal ancestors. Choose foods we could have gotten either by hunting or gathering: Eat fresh, low-glycemic foods. Look for grass-fed beef. Fish. Beans. Plenty of above-ground and green, leafy vegetables. Onions and garlic. Berries, nuts, and seeds. Fresh fruits. Avoid high-glycemic foods. These include white potatoes, most grains such as rice, corn, and wheat, cereals, cereal bars, and low-fiber or sweetened foods. Shun pre-packaged items and fast food. These products contain high-glycemic ingredients and artificial chemicals. Avoid sweetened foods. Diet foods. Foods like these turn on the genes responsible for weight gain and disease.

Having a bad gene does not mean we will have the disease. In fact, as stated above bad genes can be turned off and good genes turned on by the foods we eat. Oleic acid in Olive oil has been shown to turn off the Her-2 neu oncogene which is a very bad gene in breast cancer patients. Cruciferous vegetables, broccoli and cauliflower, turn on genes that are responsible for breaking down cancer causing substances in our gut. Green tea can turn off genes associated with lung cancer and breast cancer. The immune system is necessary to fight infections and even prevent cancers. Chronic inflammation results when the immune doesn’t turn off. It is very damaging and is associated with many diseases including heart disease, stroke, arthritis, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease. Foods that encourage inflammation include processed foods, white sugar, white flour, red meat, cured meats, or corn oil. Good foods proven to turn off inflammation include omega-3 fatty acids (olive oil, flaxseed and fish oil), and fruits and vegetables.

Free oxygen radicals are produced when we use energy. This is a normal process but these radicals can cause diseases by damaging our mitochondria and DNA. Our bodies utilize micronutrients in fruits and vegetables to neutralize damaging radicals. Essential nutrients to eliminate these include beta-carotene, vitamins A and C, selenium, alpha-lipoic acid, carnitine, gingko biloba, green tea, grape seed extract, lutein, lycopene and coenzyme Q10.

Finally, our diet can improve the ability of our immune system to fight infections. Scientific studies have demonstrated increased numbers of natural killer cells, improved white blood cell function and immunoglobulins when our diet includes sources of vitamin C, vitamin E, carotenoids, bioflavenoids, zinc, garlic, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, and mushrooms (maitake, reishi, shiitake).

The foods we eat are essential for good health. Science is demonstrating how diet boosts our immune systems and reduces inflammation and oxidation and turns off bad genes. Sticking to a diet high in fruits and vegetables and omega-3 fatty acids and low in processed foods, sugar, animal fats, and red meat will go a long way in curing some illnesses and preventing diseases. Hippocrates had the right idea more than 2000 years ago when he said, “Let thy food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.”