Saturday, November 26, 2005

EGCG and CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia)

I love to get these emails:

"I spoke with you in the past regarding my interest in EGCG because my Mother has CLL. My Mother has been taking four capsules of EGCG Max for approximately three months and today she saw the hematologist and her WBC count decreased approximately 24%.

Prior to this my Mother's WBC had doubled in approximately ten months (her WBC went from approximately 32,000 to 65,000). I am so grateful for the great news! The hematologist told us that with this disease WBC will fluctuate BUT my Mother's WBC were on the rise for ten months prior to beginning the EGCG Max. The hematologist encouraged my Mother to continue taking EGCG and she most definitely will do so.

Lisa,
NY, NY."

Use what the research studies use, a pure EGCG extract. Only EGCG MAX offers a multi-catechin complex for additional synergistic action. You get exactly what you pay for with this product.

Cheers!
Pete

Strontium Ranelate and Strontium Citrate. The Same Bone Builder.

He is an article that illustrates how big pharma tries to control what products are available to you.

Strontium Is Strontium

We offer the Strontium supplement to our Customers who seek a bone-builder.

It is a constant battle to keep potent, effective products freely available. Pyridoxamine is another great example of a pharma company trying to keep a naturally occuring vitamin from the public.

Relentless Improvement will keep you on the cutting edge of effective products.

Pete

K-RALA and R-Lipoic. You Say Potato, I Say Whaaa?

The internet- a wonderful medium to exchange information, and a wonderful medium for people who have no clue as to what they are talking about.

If for some bizarre reason you are under the impression that R-Lipoic Acid comes from potatoes- it does not. Like many urban legends, there was a seed from which this probably started:

Lipoic acid was found to be part of a potato growth medium before it was ever isolated, when it was discovered that is was the "X" (unknown) factor essential for metabolic function. It was never isolated or synthesized from potatoes, the first isolation in the 1950's was actually from liver, but that extraction was never done again, due the amount of liver that was necessary to extract a only tiny amount.

All lipoic acid is made synthetically in a laboratory and has nothing whatsoever to do with potatoes.

Ok? Ok!

Cheers!
Pete