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Here are recommendations made by Dr. Oz. Darrell Miller 9/22/11
Lycopene - A Powerful antioxidant with great promise Darrell Miller 12/10/10
Coenzyme Q10 and Cardiovascular Health. Darrell Miller 12/13/05



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Here are recommendations made by Dr. Oz.
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Date: September 22, 2011 12:47 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Here are recommendations made by Dr. Oz.

FYI - Here are recommendations made by Dr. Oz.  See in blue the NOW Foods options.

1.    Vitamin D:

        - The only nutrient that's also a hormone

        - 60% of Americans are deficient

        - Helps immunity and cancers, especially colon cancer

        

item#

description

size

UOM

0357

VIT D 3 1000 CHEWABLE FRUIT FLAVOR

180

LOZ

0358

VIT D-3 5000 IU CHEWABLE MINT FLAVOR

120

LOZ

0363

Vit D-3 1000iu

90

SGELS

0364

Vit D-400 IU

180

SGELS

0365

Vit D-3 1000iu

180

SGELS

0366

Vit D-1000iu

360

SGELS

0367

Vit D-2000iu

120

SGELS

0368

VITAMIN D-1000iu VEGETARIAN

120

VCAPS

0370

LIQUID VITAMIN D-3 2000IU/0.5ML

2

OZ

0372

Vitamin D3 5000 IU

120

SGELS

0373

Vitamin D3 5000 IU

240

SGELS

0375

Vit D-3 1000iu

360

SGELS

0377

Vit D-3 2000iu

240

SGELS

0380

Vit D-3 Lipospray 1000iu

2

OZ

2.    Melatonin

        - Take if not getting enough sleep

        - 3 mg

        - Take 2 hours before bedtime

        - You should see a change in your sleep pattern within 1-2 weeks

 

3255

MELATONIN 3mg 60 CAPS

60

CAPS

3256

MELATONIN 3mg TWIN 2/60 CAPS

60 + 60

TWIN

3257

MELATONIN 3mg 180 CAPS

180

CAPS

3258

MELATONIN 3mg 90 LOZ

90

LOZ

3259

MELATONIN 3mg 180 LOZ

180

LOZ

3261

LIQUID MELATONIN 2 FL OZ

2

OZ

3262

MELATONIN 1mg TR COMPLEX 100 TABS

100

TABS

3263

MELATONIN 1mg TR COMPLEX 250 TABS

250

TABS

3555

MELATONIN 5mg VCAPS 60 VCAPS

60

CAPS

3556

MELATONIN 5mg VCAPS 180 VCAPS

180

CAPS

3.    Alpha Lipoic Acid

        - Increases energy

        - Slows the aging process

        - Helps with diabetes that affects 80 million Americans

3040

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 100mg 60 VCAP

60

VCAPS

3041

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 100mg 120 VCAPS

120

VCAPS

3042

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 250mg 60 VCAPS

60

CAPS

3043

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 250mg 120 VCAPS

120

CAPS

3045

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 600mg 120 VCAPS

120

VCAPS

3046

ALPHA LIPOIC ACID 600mg 60 VCAPS

60

VCAPS

400 mg 3 times a day

keeps immune system strong

take as soon as symptoms develop

fights respiratory infections

NOW Foods Air Defense contains a patented form of Andrographis plus other lung supportive ingredients.  a GREAT formula for seasonal health and the frequent traveler.

4591

ANDROGRAPHIS EXTRACT 400MG 90 VCAPS

90

VCAPS

3372

AIR DEFENSE(R) CAPS 90 VCAPS

90

VCAPS

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Lycopene - A Powerful antioxidant with great promise
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Date: December 10, 2010 06:11 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Lycopene - A Powerful antioxidant with great promise

Lycopene

Lycopene is a tetraterpene carotene that is largely responsible for the red color of tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables such as carrots and papayas, although it is not a form of Vitamin A as other carotenes are. It is responsible for the production of the pigment beta-carotene which does have Vitamin A activity, and that is also found in carrots and similarly colored foodstuffs. lycopene tomatoe rich

The health benefits of lycopene have been studied in relation to its possible antioxidant activity and its effect on atherosclerosis and other conditions of the cardiovascular system, and also in its potential anti-cancer properties. Although these properties are still under investigation, there is traditional and anecdotal evidence that is can be used to ward of cancer, heart disease and macular degeneration, a degenerative condition of the retina that results in loss of central vision.

It can be taken as a supplement as a form of insurance, even though the firm medical evidence for its use has yet to be established. While not claiming this to be the case with lycopene, many such traditional uses have eventually been proved to have a firm foundation in science, and many of the initial results and studies with lycopene are tending that way.

The Antioxidant Properties of Lycopene

Carotenoids tend to possess antioxidant properties, and lycopene is as much a carotenoid as the powerfully antioxidant beta-carotene. The problem is that studies focusing specifically on lycopene are rare, and that while such properties can be assumed by association, they have not been conclusively proved for lycopene. Nevertheless, the health benefits of tomatoes are largely assumed to be due to their high lycopene content, particularly powerful when cooked.

NOW - LYCOPENE 10mg  60 SGELS 1Laboratory studies have indicated lycopene to possess strong antioxidant properties, as would also be assumed from its strongly conjugated chemical structure. This would account for its perceived effect upon age-related macular degeneration, and also its possible anti-cancer properties. Several studies have also been carried out using tomato juice in treating atherosclerosis, an oxidative condition involving cholesterol deposition on the internal walls of the arteries.

These studies have been inconclusive, although everything is pointing toward lycopene being a powerful antioxidant displaying all the properties of Vitamin A and perhaps more. A lycopene supplement is believed to be safer than Vitamin A which can be toxic in large quantities (300,000UI +), and lycopene is used as an approved food coloring.

Have you had your Lycopene today?

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Coenzyme Q10 and Cardiovascular Health.
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Date: December 13, 2005 11:34 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Coenzyme Q10 and Cardiovascular Health.

CoQ10 is a vitamin-like compound that is produced naturally in the human body and is also found in most living organisms. It is also called ubiquinone, a combination of quinone, a type of coenzyme, and ubiquitous, meaning it exists everywhere in the human body. CoQ10 plays an important role in your body’s energy production and is an essential component of the mitochondria, where it helps to metabolize fats and carbohydrates and maintain cell membrane flexibility. CoQ10 is also involved in the production of several key enzymes that are used to create ATP, which is burned by your body for energy, and used in the energy transfer between mitochondria and cells. Without CoQ10, you would not be able to function!

CoQ10 is also an effective antioxidant that may beneficially affect the aging process. As we age, our body’s production of CoQ10 declines by as much as 80 percent. Because it is so important to energy production, and therefore life, researchers believe that this decline may be a factor in the effects of aging on the human body. Clinical trials on both animal and human subjects have revealed a marked decrease in CoQ10 levels in relation to a wide variety of diseases. As a free radical scavenger, CoQ10 inhibits lipid peroxidation – a normal aspect of the aging process that is implicated in certain agerelated diseases. Studies conducted in the last fifteen years suggest CoQ10 is important for maintaining healthy intracellular activity, and some researchers have compared its efficiency to that of vitamin E, one of the most effective of all dietary antioxidants. Research has shown that CoQ10, along with glutathione and selenium, works to regenerate or recycle vitamin E after it’s capacity to fight radicals has been diminished, thereby allowing vitamin E to remain active as an antioxidant for a longer period of time in your body.

CoQ10 was first discovered by Dr. Frederick Crane of the University of Wisconsin in 1957. One year later, Professor Karl Folkers and others at Merck Inc. identified and recorded CoQ10’s chemical structure, and were the first to produce it through fermentation. Intermittent research led to its use in Japan for cardiac insufficiencies during the 1960’s. Dr. Folkers championed more intensive research into CoQ10’s role in cardiovascular health in 1972, after he and an Italian scientist, Gian Paolo Littarru, discovered that persons with cardiac insufficiencies had very low levels of CoQ10, and supplementation increased CoQ10 levels and positively affected heart health. Soon afterwards, the Japanese developed a method that allowed pure CoQ10 to be produced in quantities large enough for significant clinical trials. During the 1980’s this method was perfected in Japan, and medical technology finally allowed scientists to measure CoQ10 levels in blood and tissues, leading to a surge in further research. It was during this time that a Swedish researcher, Lars Ernster, drew attention to CoQ10’s role as a free radical-scavenging antioxidant. Today a multitude of research supports CoQ10’s health benefits.

As a result of the overwhelmingly positive reports from studies conducted since CoQ10’s discovery, the Japanese were the first to approve widespread use of CoQ10, granting market approval for it in 1974. From 1974 to 1982, CoQ10 use in Japan grew rapidly until it was one of the most widely used products in the Japanese pharmaceutical industry. It is still widely used today, and has a long history of safe use. In “An Introduction To Coenzyme Q10” by Peter H. Langsjoen, M.D., F.A.C.C., he lists the substantial amount of scientific evidence that supports CoQ10’s benefits. “Internationally, there have been at least nine placebo controlled studies on the treatment of heart disease with CoQ10: two in Japan, two in the United States, two in Italy, two in Germany, and one in Sweden. All nine of these studies have confirmed the effectiveness of CoQ10 as well as it’s remarkable safety. There have now been eight international symposia on the biomedical and clinical aspects of CoQ10 (from 1976 through 1993). These eight symposia comprised over 3000 papers presented by approximately 200 different physicians and scientists from 18 countries.”

“The majority of the clinical studies concerned the treatment of heart disease and were remarkably consistent in their conclusions: that treatment with CoQ10 significantly improved heart muscle function while producing no adverse effects or drug interactions.” There are many CoQ10 supplements on the market today, and it can be difficult to choose the best brand and dosage. CoQ10 is a fat-soluble substance, which means it is more easily absorbed and used by your body in the presence of fat. CoQ10 supplements that include lecithin or another dietary fat will be more effective, and CoQ10 in a softgel form should be in an oil base, usually soybean oil. The dosage most commonly used in research is 30 mg, but higher doses are optimal and may be required to maintain optimal levels as we age. Always remember to consult your health practitioner before taking dietary supplements if you have current health problems or are taking prescription medication.

Now Foods continues to be a leading supplier of high-quality, low cost CoQ10 products. In 1999 and 2003 NOW Foods CoQ10 was voted the best-selling brand in health food stores nationwide, earning the Vity Award from Vitamin Retailer magazine. NOW carries eight different effective potencies of CoQ10, ranging from 30mg to 400mg, in lonzenges, softgels, and vegetable capsules. Many of our formulas are complexed with other synergistic nutrients like vitamin E, selenium, lecithin, and hawthorn for greater absorption and efficiency.



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