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Greens Complex

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Get your Healthy Greens with this unique blend of foods from Positive Power Nutritionals.

See what is in it:

  • Super Nutritional Greens: Alfalfa Grass, wheat grass, green barley grass, chlorella Algae, spirulina algae, aloe vera, green tea extract
  • Phyto Nutrients (luetine rich): Kale Greens, spinache leaves, cabbage, parsley leaf, tomatoes, broccoli, caulifllower, beet root, beet leaf, brussell sprouts, leek root, carrot root, black radish root, green bell pepper, deodorized garlic
  • Fiber Complex: Apple pectin, psyllium seed husk, oat bran, rice bran, flax seed, fennel seed, wheat germ
  • Digestive Nutrients: acidophilus, bulgaricus, bifidus
  • Special Nutrients: Shitake mushroom, reishi mushroom, cranberry extract, grapeseed extrace, pycnogenol, bee pollen, royal jelly, bee propolis, coenzyme Q10

Learn More and: purchase your own

Probiotics

ProbioticsSo what are probiotics good for? 

They plays a critical role in digesting undigested protein and other foods

Symptoms that indicate you may need them:

  • Food allergies
  • Chronic constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Herpes
  • Epstein-Barr Virus
  • Cold
  • Flu
  • Virus
  • Parasites
  • Fungus

Amino Acids

amino acidAmino acids are the structural units that make up proteins.

9 of the 20 standard amino acids are called “essential” for humans because they cannot be created from other compounds by the human body, and so must be taken in as food. Others may be conditionally essential for certain ages or medical conditions.

Amino Acids and Blood Sugar Regulation As indicated above, amino acids play a functional role in blood sugar stabilization. Of the twenty amino acids the glycogenic amino acids play a significant role in this function. A glycogenic amino acid (also referred to as glucogenic amino acid) is defined as one that can be converted into glucose via gluconeogenesis.7, 8 The glycogenic amino acids in humans include glycine, serine, threonine, valine, histidine, arginine, cysteine, proline, alanine, glutamate, glutamine, aspartate, asparagine and methionine.

Amino Acids and Muscle Integrity
Amino acids serve as both building blocks for muscle protein, as well as a source of energy for skeletal muscle. Dietary amino acid supplementation is known to have beneficial effects on muscle function, fatigue, and recovery in exercising athletes. The combination of carbohydrates and essential amino acids has demonstrated a beneficial effect on muscle protein synthesis, which was shown to be greater than the summation of their individual effects.  Amino acids have also shown to benefit muscular fatigue as a result of exercise, resulting in favorable changes, including an increased oxygen-carrying capacity of blood.

Purchase: Quick-Sorb L-Amino Acids

Enzymes / Nutritionals

What Are Enzymes?

 

  • Enzymes are proteins – Like other proteins, enzymes consist of long chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds. they are present in all living cells, where they perform a vital function by controlling the metabolic processes whereby nutrients are converted into energy and fresh cell material. Furthermore, enzymes take part in the breakdown of food materials into simpler compounds. Some of the best know enzymes are those found in the digestive tract where pepsin, trypsin and peptides break down proteins into amino acids, lipase split fats into glycerol and fatty acids, and amylase break down starch into simple sugars.

Cell Power

Cell Power ~ The Body’s Most Powerful Cell-Nourishing Supplement
Cell Power is Oxygen Producing, High Energy concentrate with Amino Acids, enzymes and Colloidal Minerals.

Helps boost the imune system response, speed healing inside and out, increase bio-availability of Vitamins, and herbs (Reduces Hunger)
See our product: Cell Power

Ulcer Discomfort

What can I do for an ulcer?
For Ulcers use a pro-biotic and a capsule of baking soda together at bed time and first thing in the morning.  It is important to also cut back on sugar and carbonation.
Evelyn Hammon