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Old 07-01-09, 05:51 PM
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Default just today the newspapers have announced!

The epidemic of diabetes. Now what Diabetes is, in reality , is a disease of mal-nutrition , too high carbohydrates which are refined, so no fiber or minerals in them, and too many calories ..so the person is overweight and ironically underfed!!

What has Ethos to offer ...for the average diabetic??

Easy,

Ethos Endymion, this product works very well in many ways, but for diabetics it helps to reduce the harmful effects of high blood sugar levels, so is useful for people who are pre diabetic, those wishing to prevent diabetes and those of course with diabetes. Take at least one to two grams daily. Aslo don't forget the complications that diabetics can get, including cataracts, and of course Ethos Endymion will also protect very well against this.

Then we have Ethos Ocean Mineral Complex, this provides the minerals badly lacking in today's typical diet. Very easily absorbed, and a definate daily must.


Last you will want to make sure that you take the Superb EThos Marine Phytoplankton, that will ensure you get your full spectrum of nutrients, that are extremely bio-available, and there you are what a team...

Ethos Team 3-- Nutrition for the New Millenium...


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Old 05-06-09, 03:31 AM
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In order to derive carnosine’s multiple benefits, it is critical to consume enough carnosine to saturate the carnosinase enzyme so as to make free carnosine available to the rest of the body. Small dosages of supplemental carnosine that are often sold by commercial companies provide no benefit because this small amount of carnosine is degraded by the carnosinase enzyme before it can produce beneficial effects in the body.
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Old 05-06-09, 03:34 AM
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Studies on the anti-aging effects of carnosine have shown:
- Carnosine appears to be the most effective anti-carbonylation agent yet discovered. (Carbonylation is a pathological step in the age-related degradation of the body’s proteins.)
- As an antioxidant, carnosine effectively quenches the most destructive of free radicals, the hydroxyl radical, well as superoxide, singlet oxygen, and the peroxyl radical.
- Carnosine has the remarkable ability to rejuvenate cells approaching senescence (the end of the life cycle of dividing cells), restoring normal appearance and extending cellular lifespan.
- Carnosine has the ability to rejuvenate connective tissue cells and thus to benefit wound healing.
- Carnosine eye drops can delay vision senescence in humans, being effective in 100% of cases of primary senile cataract and 80% of cases of mature senile cataract.
- Carnosine can protect the microvasculature of the brain from plaque for mation that may lead to senility or Alzheimer’s disease.
- Carnosine enables the heart muscle to contract more efficiently through enhancement of calcium response in heart myocytes.
- Carnosine can protect cellular DNA from oxidative damage that accumulates with age.
- Carnosine can help prevent skin collagen cross-linking which leads to loss of elasticity, wrinkles, macro- molecular disorganization, and loss of extracellular matrix.
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Can we put the above info into adverts around the internet and places that we sell from?
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Hi Warren

I can't see any reason why not - it's basically the same information that we have on the Ethos websites already...

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Default Endymion and Men's Health?

My husband and I are both taking Endymion daily. My husband is now in his seventies and is thinking about Prostate health. Does Endymion have any positive effect in this area?

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Default L-carnosine Peer reviewed articles

Can you point us in the direction of any peer reviewed articles on L-Carnosine, carnosine, N-Acetyl-Carnosine?
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Search www.pubmed.com for L-Carnosine - there's over 1,000 peer-reviewed medical papers there...

From experience, Endymion helps all conditions but one product that's especially good for protate health is Noni Juice or Noni capsules.

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