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What is IP-6 with inositol?

old message What is IP-6 with inositol? Darrell Miller 11/11/05
old message How does IP-6 with inositol help the immune system? Darrell Miller 11/11/05
old message If Ip-6 comes from bran, wouldn’t eating more whole grain or high fiber foods provide IP6 Darrell Miller 11/11/05
old message Why does IP-6 need to be combined with inositol? Darrell Miller 11/11/05


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Date: November 11, 2005 06:28 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What is IP-6 with inositol?

Q. What is IP-6 with inositol?

A. In the mid 1980s, scientists at the University of Maryland were studying various plant fibers and how they affected our health. They were particularly interested in fiber and cancer. They discovered that fiber and bran contain many natural components. One of these components, IP-6, has been studied extensively for over 20 years.

IP-6 is the abbreviation for inositol hezxaphosphate, an all-natural substance found in the bran of brown rice. IP-6 is also referred to as phytic acid. Inositol is part of the B vitamin group, and IP-6, in s special and specific combination with inositol, has powerful effects on the immune system.






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Date: November 11, 2005 06:29 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: How does IP-6 with inositol help the immune system?

Q. How does IP-6 with inositol help the immune system?

A. Scientists who study IP-6 with inositol have discovered many amazing things how this combination works. While many cancer drugs work by killing all cells, both cancerous and normal, IP-6 with inositol only affects cancer cells. When cancer cells in the laboratory are exposed to IP-6 with inositol, they lose their aggressive nature, stop dividing uncontrollably, and eventually die. The combination of Ip-6 with inositol does not affect normal cells.

Researches have also discovered that this powerful combination boosts the activity of natural killer (NK) cells, those important white blood cells that “naturally” kill cancer cells. Increased NK cell activity can result in the increased killing of cancer cells, as well as cells infected by viruses. And, finally, researchers have discovered that IP-6 with inositol also acts like an antioxidant to help prevent cellular damage.



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Date: November 11, 2005 06:30 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: If Ip-6 comes from bran, wouldn’t eating more whole grain or high fiber foods provide IP6

Q. If Ip-6 comes from bran, wouldn’t eating more whole grain or high fiber foods provide IP-6?

A. Scientists who study a specific IP-5 and inositol blend asked this very same question and went to the laboratory to find the answer. They took cancerous tumors and exposed them to either the nutrients of fiber and bran, or to IP-6. The nutrients of fiber and bran were the equivalent of 20% bran diet. The scientists discovered that the IP-6 was twice as effective as the nutrients of the 20% bran diet.

In bran or fiber, IP-6 is bound to protein. For IP-6 to be well absorbed in the stomach, enter the bloodstream, and travel to the various organs where cancer has occurred, the Ip-6 must first be separated from the protein. This normally happens with digestion, but it can take awhile and is inefficient. Phytase, an enzyme found in food and also the intestine, can actually break down IP-6, making it ineffective as a caner fighter. The longer it takes IP-6 to be released from food, the more time phytase has to break down IP-6 to an ineffective form. Pure IP-6 is better, because it will be absorbed into the bloodstream before phytase has a chance to destroy it.



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Date: November 11, 2005 06:30 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Why does IP-6 need to be combined with inositol?

Q. Why not just take IP-6 by itself? Why does IP-6 need to be combined with inositol?

A. When scientists studying this combination used plain iP-6 in the laboratory, good cancer preventative effects and good cancer killing effects happened. When scientists used plain inositol in the laboratory, again, good cancer preventative and cancer effects occurred. However, when IP-6 was combined with inositol, powerful cancer killing and cancer preventative effects happened. Clearly, IP-6 with inositol is the superior choice to cancer prevention.

Scientists are interested in the very unique way IP-6 works in our body. One theory of how this combination exerts its effects is that IP-6 mixed with inositol breaks down into IP-3 in the body. IP-3 is more active than IP-6, but is very unstable. That is why it is so important to use a product that is an exact combination of IP-6 and inositol, precursors that are both needed to yield the maximum amount of IP-3 needed for immune stimulation and cancer growth inhibition.



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