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The Dynamic Trio to Fight the Flu and COVID 19

The Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome that occurs in some people with this coronavirus, happens when an uncontrolled immune response triggers an overproduction of immune cells and their signaling molecules which leads to what’s called a ‘cytokine storm’. This cytokine storm is generally what causes the severe and potentially fatal symptoms of pneumonia and breathing difficulties with a COVID19 […]

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October 26, 2020

It Ain’t the Mask!

Well, now that we are all wearing masks every day, we’re forced to confront the smell of our own breath. Sometimes that can be more unpleasant than the darn mask itself.  Unlike “morning breath” or a strong smell that lingers after a tuna sandwich, the condition known as halitosis can really stink up our mask […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
October 20, 2020

The Anti-Inflammatory Phytonutrient Headed in the Right Direction

The past three decades have witnessed a large number of clinical studies, including a multitude of randomized controlled clinical trials, investigating the therapeutic benefits of various turmeric and curcumin preparations, with varying degrees of clinical benefit. All sources of orally consumed nutrients must pass through the gut before moving along to the rest of the […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
October 6, 2020

Acetyl What?

Acetyl l’carnitine! If you have been following my blog so far we are talking about Neurobiologix exciting new product MitoCell. Just to recap, we talked about PQQ the antioxidant with the ability to carry out 20,000 catalytic conversions compared to only 4 for vitamin C, CoQ10 the ignition of the cell and now we’re going […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Full Focus and Green Coffee Bean Extract

My Brain is like the Bermuda Triangle. Information goes in and then it’s never found again. Ever go into a room and forgot what you went in there for? Well, consider this; “ A piece of brain tissue the size of a grain of sand contains 100,000 neurons and 1 billion synapses all communicating with […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Full Focus Inositol and choline.

Note to self: write a note to remind myself where I put the last note. Brain fog, ever felt it? Let me sum it up for you, confusion, forgetfulness, lack of focus and mental clarity. Basically you feel like you just can’t think. I know right? In the last blog we were talking about L’tyrosine in […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Full Focus Tyrosine

Ask me about my attention deficit disorder, or pie, my cat. a dog. I have a bike. do you like tv? I saw a rock. Hi! An important ingredient in Full Focus is tyrosine, which is an amino acid that directly affects the brain. Tyrosine is used in the production of neurotransmitters. A neurotransmitter is […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Genomix Nutrition: Methylation Markers

As we talked about in our original conversation about Genomix Nutrition there are five different important categories to look at when it comes to your genomic report: Neurotransmitter, Methylation, Mitochondria, Detoxification and Inflammatory markers. In the last blog we talked about neurotransmitter genetic markers. Now let’s talk about methylation and methylation genetic markers. Here are […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Genomix Nutrition: An evolutionary moment of the human species.

Now, for the first time in history! I know… it sounds like a commercial, but it’s true. We can predict with increasing precision who is more likely to develop specific diseases; who will respond positively or react negatively to a particular drug or supplement therapy; and finally, which nutrients are optimal for a specific individual’s […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Neurotransmitter Genetic Markers

Serotonin and Dopamine, Technically the Only Two Things You Enjoy.Genomix Nutrition and Brain Chemistry. Call store to order the product! Have you ever noticed that some folks go through life and no matter what comes up they just glide right through it, while others react to the slightest ripple? … I know right? I don’t […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

What the heck is Methylation…everybody’s talk’n about it?

In my last blog, I talked about the Genomix Nutrition test. Remember? We can predict with increasing precision who is more likely to develop specific diseases; who will respond positively or react negatively to a particular drug or supplement therapy; and finally, which nutrients are optimal for a specific individual’s treatment, health, and well-being. There […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Neuro-immune Syndrome: The Missing Link

Recent research suggests that the brain/CNS central nervous system and the immune system are more connected than previously thought. When exposed to foreign invaders such as bacteria, viruses, and tumors, the body’s immune system stirs up a surge of activity: inflammatory response; white blood cells burst compromised cells and devour invading pathogens; and antibodies tag outsiders […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

PQQ and the Little Engine that Could

Whenever I talk to my clients about different products and their benefits, I tend to get all excited and launch into conversations with words like mitochondrial biogenesis, adenosine triphosphate, and coenzyme / cofactors and I watch their eyes glaze over as they search for the door. I realize, at that point, I better dial it […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

What the Heck is NADH and Who Needs It Anyway?

If you saw my last blog post entitled: PQQ and the Little Engine that Could, I talked about what PQQ is and ATP, and NADH and CoQ10 and…okay I can feel your eyes about to glaze over already, but before you move that mouse this will be good, I promise. Let’s recap. ATP is that […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Alpha Male

Studies show that men’s testosterone levels have been declining for decades. The most prominent, a 2007 study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, revealed a “substantial” drop in U.S. men’s testosterone levels since the 1980s, with average levels declining by about 1% per year. Testosterone levels affect women as well. However, women create lower levels […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

A DIM View

DIM is short for Diindolylmethane. DIM has the health-promoting properties of plant indoles found in cruciferous vegetables, including cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower. DIM is an estrogen balancer that promotes beneficial, healthy estrogen metabolism in both women and men. A slow metabolism of estrogen leaves too much unmetabolized, active estrogen (also called estradiol), which can […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Berberine Metabolic Xtra PE

So, Peter I want to talk about berberine, cuz the research on it is quite amazing. Berberine has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for over 2500 years, but research in the West on the antihyperglycemic activities of berberine were first observed in 1986. Berberine is a mixed nutraceutical, meaning that it has several effects […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Bergamot – A Safer and More Effective Way to Increase Your Cardiovascular Health!

I am seeing amazing results with Ortho Molecular’s new product Bergamot BPF. WOW! A clinical study, published in the International Journal of Cardiology, 2013;170:140-145 showed: Baseline total cholesterol at 278, — After 6 week of 2 capsules daily – total Cholesterol decreased to 191, LDL (bad cholesterol) at 191, — decreased to 113, HDL (good […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Disease, CVD: The Whole Picture?

By Radhia Gleis, C.C.N. MEd. In 1989, my mother died, suddenly, of a massive heart attack.  A year and a half later, my father, after suffering and recovering from 2 strokes, died of congestive heart failure.  Besides my brother, I am the only living member on both sides of the family that has not died […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020

DCI, D’chiro-Inositol: Help for Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome, (PCOS) and Metabolic Syndrome.

DCI, D’chiro-Inositol: Help for Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome, (PCOS) and Metabolic Syndrome. Part 1 When insulin binds to its receptor on the cell, it “unlocks” and releases secondary messengers. There are two insulin mediators or messenger molecules – Myo inositol and D’chiro inositol that let the cell know it needs to respond to insulin. Inositol-phospho-glycan, […]

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lakehillsrxblogs
August 10, 2020