Amino acid Analysis Services FREE if you pass the test / 25€ if you are having imbalances
To balance your brain chemistry
To obtain the most reliable in this Amino Acid Analysis Services Page, today you can do it through our simple questions form and then of course you will receive a personalized program, only if you complete your information below:
What is your problem?
-Depression, pain, hormones, insomnia, exhaustion, addictions, thyroid, anxiety?
-Use Medications No / Yes (If you answered yes, you must reserve your time for the Inventory where we will read the muscle test and review all your medications very carefully before making any type of reservation for the program, this will cost you the time we use.)
The questionnaire has been taken from the book (the mood cure) in order to find out if you are lacking some amino acids that are building blocks for our hormones. Our bodies have to build 60 different hormones.
And when we notice our eating habits does not always be healthy lots of; sugar, Coffee, stress, aspartame.
Brains are also very sensitive to neurotoxins hat we are surrounded true air, water and from food.
In order to release toxins is always recommendable to do also emotional releases of traumas.
To receive complete program is recommended to do also your Exterior analysis to find out all the other imbalances that in your body might be.
Download the questionnaire.
Read questions and notice that in the beguiling of the question there is a number so if you do agree on the question just calculate that number and when you have answered those 5 pages just send the result on this message box or true the e-mail
When you have answered this questions:
Did you get more then this points:
Part 1, 12 points
Part 2, 12 points
Part 3, 8 points
Part 4, 6 points
Part 5, 12 points
INFORMATION ABOUT THE AMINO ACID ANALYSIS
SEROTONIN DEFICIENCY, “LIKE A DARK CLOUD OVER YOUR HEAD”
Read this especially if you scored more than 12 points in the first part of the amino acid analysis.
Attached to the answers to Part 1:
If you suffer from a lack of serotonin, it may feel like a dark cloud over your head.
Serotonin prevents depression and anxiety. Psychological symptoms usually include panic, irritability, insomnia, PMS and muscle pain. You may also have perfectionist traits.
Then it is worth omitting
Coffee, sugar and aspartame.
Serotonin production can be blocked if you are pregnant or get too little sun or exercise. If there is not enough tryptophan in your diet, your body cannot produce serotonin and you will not be able to experience a sense of happiness.
When does your serotonin level start to drop?
– If you are taking anti-serotonin substances such as coffee, sugar and aspartame
– If you do not eat enough protein and essential fats
– If you are under stress, your body is trying to cope
– Due to genes: you have a so-called false emotions, brain programming
– In the evenings or in winter when there is not enough light to help produce serotonin
– Lack of exercise if you underestimate the need for exercise for brain health
Tryptophan is found in chicken, turkey, meat, dairy products and eggs, although today animals are fed either other animals or corn, for example, in which case tryptophan is not obtained as much.
We don’t get enough tryptophan if we eat a lot of carbs, pasta, corn, bread or biscuits that stop tryptophan from working. Vegetarians may be at risk for tryptophan: they get tryptophan from bananas, pumpkin seeds and chocolate.
There is no tryptophan in infant formula either.
Too little fat intake can also cause tryptophan malabsorption. Decreased light also increases tryptophan deficiency.
Diet pills, sugar, cocaine, and caffeine, which stimulate and relax but at the same time impair your ability to concentrate and prevent sleep more than promoting it.
Aspartame, on the other hand, contains active ingredients that make it not advisable to use fast food or skip meals.
To modify tryptophan, you need calcium, magnesium, vitamins D3 and B, fruits and vegetables.
TYROSINE DEFICIENCY DRIVES A PERSON TO ADDICTIONS SUCH AS COFFEE, COCAINE AND AMPHETAMINE
Read this especially if you got more than 12 points from the second part of the amino acid analysis
Attached to the answers to Part 2: Are you a sigh? – Often due to catecholinamines
Catecholamines, the triple adrenaline, noradrealine and dopamine, help to cope with stress. Physical movement activates catecholamines and causes disturbances in our body, which in turn affect reactivity and concentration.
Stimulants, i.e. drugs, coffee, and sugar lemonades, increase the amounts of the amino acid catechol by a factor of 1,400, but the amount decreases rapidly.
All antidepressants tend to affect catecholamines.
Tyrosine is found in steaks, other meats and fish.
The problem is too few calories or too many carbohydrates, which break down catecholamines because they are too low in protein.
To balance catecholamines, it is important to remember to also add vitamins B and C, calcium, magnesium and vitamin D3.
Also check for sex hormones, especially if you have symptoms of PMS, prostate problems, endometriosis, or…
In facilities such as ADD
catecholamines do not work, so use tyrosine and stop using coffee, sugar, white wheat flour and allergens
Use of tyrosine
You can take the amino acids in capsules or as a powder.
First start with 1 capsule / teaspoon in the morning and give up coffee (preferably all day)
You can take another capsule if you do not feel any change within half an hour, or, if necessary, the third. Large amounts are usually needed by those who drink a lot of coffee or who have used cocaine. They should use 1 capsule / teaspoon three times a day, and if you have difficulty sleeping, take only 1 dose in the afternoon to get sleep.
The brain biochemistry of drug users changes by about 1,400%, so they are never able to get the same amounts of amino acids from food. If desired, large amounts of amino acids should be added to restore balance.
For example, cocaine and amphetamine release large amounts of catecholamines. Antidepressants such as Ritalin, Prsac, Dexedrine, Addrell are meant to mimic the effect of catecholamines.
Vegetarian food does not produce tyrosine in the same way as animal proteins.
Vegans are usually deficient in catecholamines.
Three eggs provide 400mg of tyrosine, while 24 almonds receive only 150mg. Excessive use of soy causes metabolic problems in the conversion of tyrosine, resulting in a deficiency of catecholamines.
If you train a lot, you need a lot of amino acids, and usually only 2% of the amino acids travel to the brain.
Protein plays an important role in preventing depression.
Avoid coffee and other stimulants and try tyrosine instead – you’ll notice the difference!
Dosage: 500 mg immediately in the morning before coffee, and 2-3 times a day, but if you have drunk a lot of coffee or used other stimulants, you may need a single dose of 2 x 500 mg later in the afternoon.
You may sometimes need amino acids for 3 months, but you should notice the change within 2 weeks.
CHRONIC STRESS COLLAPSES CORTISOL LEVELS; THEN YOUR BODY IS AS IF “SURRENDERED.”
Read this especially if you scored more than 8 points in the third part of the amino acid analysis
Attached to the answers to Part 3: What does stress mean to you? Do you have too many deadlines, painful differences, or disagreements in your life?
Many things can stress us out, such as physical trauma, quarrels, diet, strenuous exercise, silent inflammation, or an inability to cope with traumatic experiences. Stress is not always a bad thing, but chronic stress and restlessness are.
The adrenaline glands work hard and produce 50 to 60 different hormones as well as cortisol and adrenaline. A modern diet can cause chronic stress. Excess sugar and low protein can trigger stress just unnoticed. This is what coffee does, among other things.
Whatever the cause, it can cause physical symptoms such as heart disease, osteoporosis, obesity, decreased immunity, or Alzheimer’s. Chronic stress collapses cortisol levels; then your body is as if “surrendered.”
Many studies have shown that most people have too low cortisol levels. Excessive cortisol levels, on the other hand, usually cause diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. Do you have the following symptoms, and how bad do you feel?
– Sensitization to fumes or petrochemicals
– Weakness during exercise or worsening of feeling after exercise
– Dark rings around the eyes
– Dizziness when standing
– reduced alertness
– Susceptibility to disease, in particular due to climate change
– Headache, migraine with insomnia
– Difficulty breathing
– swelling (fluid build-up)
– craving for salt
– Difficulty falling asleep and sleeping and feeling not rested after sleeping or constant feeling tired
– Feeling overwhelmed at the level of your mind and body
– Symptoms of low blood sugar: you need caffeine, tea or something to get started in the morning
– Mood swings or aggression if the intervals between meals are too long
– Respiratory diseases
– Chronic infections such as yeast infection
– Low tolerance to alcohol, caffeine and other drugs
– increased frustration, sensitivity to crying
-low blood pressure
– You have not felt very well for a long time
– Your eyes are sensitive to bright light
– You feel weak
– Vibration and fatigue in the muscles and body
– Sweating or moisture in the hands and feet due to nervousness / mood swings
– Occasional inability to get relief from depression and mood swings by eating
– Persistent heart rhythm problems, chronic heartburn (heartburn), abdominal pain or indigestion
– Low blood pressure
– Increased need to urinate
– Sweet lust
– Lack of thirst
– biting your teeth at night
– Chronic neck and upper back pain
– Inability to concentrate or unconsciousness with clumsiness
– Often small jaw: the lower teeth are narrow and uneven in length
– Chronic difficulty breathing, usually including asthma and low cholesterol (150ml / dl)
– Severe episodes of inflammation
Do you even remember what it was like before this severe stress / burnout?
When did you sleep a sweet nap, laughed, were you excited when you ran the cooper test in middle school?
Do you remember telling jokes before you became short-sighted and sudden?
This stress tolerance is also inherited from one’s own parents. Think about how your relatives handled stress? Did they need alcohol, tobacco or chocolate to survive? Were they crying or exploding under pressure?
Ways to relieve stress
In the following, we will go through the ways you can deal with external stressors. However, everyone is an individual, so it is worth researching their own health using different treatments / methods, e.g. psychokinesiology, prayer, meditation, etc.
Those who don’t cry have higher stress levels than those who cry. Crying is an incredible stress reliever as it secretes the hormone ACTH. Problems are flushed out when you cry properly.
Sometimes big changes happen in life, and while they are good in themselves, they can cause more stress.
How do you deal with pollution, work pressure and your private affairs?
Do you feed yourself properly?
We eat worse than ever coffee, junk food, empty calories and sometimes we don’t eat at all. We eat the worst in our entire history, do you agree?
ENDORPHIN IS A MORE POTENT PAINKILLER THAN HEROIN OR MORPHINE.
Read this especially if you got more than 6 points in the fourth part of the amino acid analysis
Attached to the answers to Part 4: Endorphins – too sensitive to life pain?
DL-phenylalanine DLPA / DPA
Some people feel good, even if they do about anything. They have enough brain chemicals, neurotransmitters, and endorphins in their bodies to get pleasure and euphoria from. These miracle drugs are called endorphins. They are much stronger than morphine or heroin.
The so-called a euphoric smile can be seen on a person’s face when he says, say, the name of a boyfriend, when telling his trip to Paris or Hawaii – it’s a kind of “love smile”. Loving thoughts and smiles thus affect the excretion of these neurotransmitters. Are there enough of these hormones in your body or Do you feel that even the biggest moments of pleasure don’t feel like anything? If so, you may have an endorphin deficiency.
Do you avoid intimate contact or conflicting situations?
Are you looking for comfort in chocolate or other foods, alcohol or medicine, or any activity or sex?
Many drugs such as Naloxone or Vicodin seek to block the action of endorphins. (Product names may be different in Finland.)
Naloxone, for example, also prevents the feeling of pleasure caused by, for example, alcohol, marijuana and chocolate, or even the encounter of a loved one such as a mother. In fact, you can increase the amount of endorphins by yoga or running. A bungee jump raises endorphin levels by 200%.
What has caused your endorphins to drop?
Perhaps you were already born with an endorphin deficiency and noticed it during your first traumatic situation. Have you been called a “crying whistle”?
Do you need chocolate or other anesthetics on a regular basis? Has too much stress depleted your endorphin levels? Do you have a lot of physical or mental pain?
In general, persistent pain lowers endorphin levels by about 60-70%.
These amino acids help with physical and mental pain and usually work really fast.
Endorphins are greatly affected by hormones, they are deficient in PMS symptoms, and a deficiency also occurs during menopause. The hormonal preparations you may be using for contraception may also have an effect.
Estrogen dominates moods and also affects serotonin levels.
Also, check the status of sex hormones when you start using amino acids.
Men have higher levels of endorphins, so they are generally less sensitive.
The amino acid compound that creates endorphin works effectively with L-phenylline. It offers a different but synergistic combination where L-phenyl promotes a sense of pleasure. It is one of the 15 essential amino acids needed for endorphin production.
In addition, it forms PEA-phenethylamide, another energizing brain chemical also found in chocolate. It is most responsible for the feeling of pleasure and euphoria. Low endorphin values cause chronic pain and low PEA values cause depression. It is important that amino acids are used correctly and in the right forms because your body has the ability to control the amount of amino acids it needs so that it can produce hormones just right, so follow your personal instructions correctly.
In the study, the amount of endorphin in the brain was increased for 90 minutes, and when DPA was used, endorphin lasted for six days. Several studies over a 24-year period at the American Academy of Pain showed that pain could be reduced in people with rheumatism, migraine, and cancer, for example. These patients were given DPA and LPA for 3-7 days and the results were excellent.
Some people with chronic pain were given 24 low doses for 20 months. Most of them never needed painkillers again after that. In many cases, treatment was combined with acupuncture and analgesia. The use of DPA-LPA reduced the dose of the analgesic. This worked much more effectively than acupuncture alone.
It also works for mental pain such as death of a spouse or other serious life changes. Some may need D-phenyline alone.
You can take 1 capsule / teaspoon in the morning and before lunch. If you feel you are not sleeping in the evening and cannot get up in the morning, do not take the medicine after 15:00.
How else can the amount of endorphin be increased with supplements?
Take a mixture of all these amino acids such as histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine. These are 9 essential amino acids that our bodies cannot produce on their own.
Take them for a few months with DLPA – e.g., Free Amino Blend from Nature´s Sunshine.
Most amino acid mixtures do not contain all of these amino acids.
In particular, tryptophan deficiencies or deficiencies cause panic attacks, depression, and insomnia. You can also add 5HTP and tryptophan separately.
There is another point to note, namely the relationship between serotonin and endorphins:
Did you get a lot of points from part 1?
Studies have shown that low serotonin levels and 5HTP and tryptophan levels increase endorphin levels, which may relieve pain and depression. However, many who have received little points from Part 1 and are largely deficient in endorphins have been prescribed serotonin-acting antidepressants such as Prozac or other serotonin-boosting drugs before arriving at the reception.
They have since found that they can no longer cry even when they have lost someone close to them.
So a good care guide is this
Take DLPA in the morning and before lunch and 5HTP / tyrosine in the afternoon and evening and the combination works great. Of course, the basic vitamins must also be in order. B vitamins like Nutri-calm work best for mood swings.
Magnesium effectively relieves pain as does vitamin C, which increases the amount of endorphins. Vitamin D and calcium strengthen in osteoporosis in particular and eliminate pain. Omega-3 removes swelling and absorbs heavy metals, increasing the amount of endorphins in the brain. This is how vitamin E, zinc, vitamin D and B vitamins work.
DLPA Take 3 capsules 3 times a day (take the last dose in the afternoon)
DPA Take 1 capsule 3 x days
SUGAR IS AS ADDICTIVE TO OUR BRAINS AS HEROIN
Read this especially if you got more than 12 points in the fifth part of the amino acid analysis
Attached to the answers to Part 5: Sugars – do you get a boost from sweet or alcohol, but your mood and energy levels drop when their effect has evaporated?
You should use L-Glutamine and avoid addictive substances such as; avoid white wheat flour, sugar, aspartame and coffee.
Sugar was imported to Europe together with heroin in 1600. Even then, the strong addictive effect of sugar was known, as sugar was imported in lockers. Today, we don’t skimp on sugar use, we spread it too much with grief a little on all foods, and especially small, innocent children are often attacked by sugar as the acidified body begins to destroy bones.
(An acidic body causes calcium in our bones to break down so that we can keep our bodies healthy and vibrant. causes problems in your body such as corroding our bones).
Often parents who give a lot of sugar to their children may not provide enough nutrients to make up for this deficiency, or they do not have information about the acidification of the body and what diseases it can lead to. Not to mention, if you think about what sugar addiction causes on an unconscious level, because it is, in fact, a precursor to drug use.
It’s easy to blame others and society, but it’s far more helpful to take responsibility for your own actions and choices and how it all starts to affect the lives of the whole family as early as childhood. White wheat flour and potatoes turn into sugar in your body, so it’s just like eating sugar.
We Finns are a potato people. Personally, I was able to be almost 2 months without potatoes, and I can tell you that the addiction was huge: in just 1 month, my nail fungus disappeared almost completely.
L-glutamine is an amino acid that simultaneously treats our gut and brain. Here, too, we find the mindset of Chinese medicine: there are “pairs” in our body that resemble each other, like the eye and the liver – this similarity also exists in the gut and brain.
L-glutamine is great when you know how to take it at the right time, that is, regularly and usually in 3 to 5 times a day.
Instructions for use: take it when you feel a craving for sweets. Usually it reflects the so-called Rejection emotion lock (means someone has left you small alone, and you had to cope with the situation alone even if you weren’t ready for it).
Now this addiction has come to comfort you, and elevate your gloomy mood. In reality, however, it creates a vicious circle, as sugar wipes out amino acids just like aspartame and coffee, and after a momentary rise in mood, you are in even worse shape after taking sugar, aspartame, coffee, or even alcohol or drugs.
If you continue to use it without letting your body normalize without these active ingredients and unless you increase your hormone levels by correcting your brain biochemistry, your mood will only drop lower and your dependence will increase. Unless you tackle this spiral, your life will seem to be wasted and you will no longer get caught up in anything.
Act now, and go improve your own well-being day by day. Contact your Supplemental Health Care Instructor, and you will receive a personal program.
COPING WITH THE SIDE EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTS
If any of the supplements have side effects, they usually appear immediately. Symptoms are less likely to occur only after you have taken the medicine for some time. You may experience headaches, dizziness, diarrhea, or your existing negative symptoms may get worse.
Do not ignore any side effects that occur after you start taking the supplement. Contact your Supplemental Healthcare Professional may be that he or she instructs you to stop using the product or reduce it for a few days, he or she may also be able to give you a new type of instruction.
If you take too many amino acids, you may experience symptoms similar to those you are trying to alleviate. Therefore, we recommend starting with a really low dose and increasing it as needed.
Example: A stressed caregiver initially took a 500 mg dose instead of starting with a 100 mg dose. For a few hours, he felt much more stressed. Taking a 100 mg dose, he felt relaxed.
Causes of ailments caused by supplements
Symptom—–Addition that may cause the symptom:
Stomach ache—–Hydrochloric acid (HCl), a combination vitamin with all the B vitamins such as B-Complex
Headache —–L-tyrosine, DL-phenylalanine, L-tryptophan, 5HTP, DHEA
Diarrhea —–Magnesium, Vitamin C.
Nausea —–B-complex, 5HTP, L-tryptophan
Belching —–Fish oil (you can improve fat metabolism with a lipase-containing enzyme: Proactazyme)
Photosensitivity—– St. John’s wort
Sunburned—– St. John’s wort
High blood pressure—– Licorice root
Acne or oily skin—– DHEA
Nervousness —–L-phenylalanine, L-tyrosine, licorice root, thyroid or adrenaline supplements
Always remember to contact your Supplemental Healthcare professional so we can make you a personalized program backed by muscle testing to get the best results. Nature’s Sunshine has been providing the highest quality supplements since 1972.
Take 1-6 mg before bedtime.
What causes the most sleep problems? Poor serotonin levels or antidepressants
The pituitary gland produces melatonin, which is formed when light dims and becomes dark. It occurs if you have enough building blocks in your body.
You promote melatonin production with tryptophan, 5HTP, St. John’s wort and melatonin. It’s not good to start directly with melatonin because your body can’t form it itself. When taking tryptophan, the body knows the right amount of melatonin to produce itself.
You can test your value by ordering a test set where the test is done on saliva. Breast cancer patients usually have very small amounts of melatonin in their body. If you take too much melatonin, you may be bitter in the morning. Take melatonin in the afternoon or evening at 9pm or between. Taken just before bedtime, it helps less often. Melatonin is a short-term remedy.
Stop using the product if you do not notice the change within a week.
Melatonin Enemies – Avoid These If You Have Sleep Disorders:
- Alcohol (you may fall asleep but wake up in the middle of the night)
- Chocolate (especially dark)
- Aspirin, Tylenol
- Antidepressants, sedatives (all help with deep sleep, not deep sleep)
- B-complex (or B-vitamin preparations in general; vitamin B12 in particular just before bedtime)
- Electrical equipment too close (15 meters)
Adjust the lights: dim before going to bed, and increase again in the morning, increasing your natural melatonin production.
If tested supplements, melatonin and light therapy don’t help, what else could make your sleep harder? When you’re stressed, your adrenaline glands produce hormones to cope with stress, especially adrenaline, to keep you on standby (fight or run away), and your body has plenty of cortisol to keep you alert and increase your endurance.
If the adrenaline glands, the adrenal glands, pump more adrenaline, you may be too agitated when you should calm down. If your problem is too much stress or too much adrenaline and other overstimulating chemicals, you may want to try an amino acid called GABA.
GABA can soothe stress in the body because it immediately stops the production of stress chemicals in the brain. It can be used alone or in combination with tryptophan, 5HTP and melatonin. GABA lowers blood pressure, so if you have low blood pressure, be careful. Start with a 100 mg dose. You can combine the GABA amino acid with L-taurine and L-glycerin, or look for a suitable natural product where they are combined.
Finland is the only country in Europe where GABA requires a prescription. (However, the legislation may change, at least to the best of Minja Zeus’ knowledge. Always check the situation with customs before ordering products in your own country).
MENTAL WELL – BEING IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
The program consists of two parts: first, it describes and lists the basic subjects that are recommended for everyone over a long period of time, regardless of what specific needs each has. Second, list all the specific substances recommended in the book, so after going through the warnings about possible side effects, you can choose the substances that best suit your situation.
The list of basic substances includes the proposed substances and the best times for taking them. Specific substances are listed by name one chapter at a time, but the dosage and schedule are left blank. This way, you can choose the amounts and times that work best for you.
The combined list of substances provides some important general information and guidelines for the intake of substances and the phasing out of specific substances.
The recommended substances are usually those found in foods and generally found to be healthy.
I am referring to the basic constituents plan through the book (The Mood Cure), because it is indeed a basis for improvement of the mind, as well as feel-good foods. The nutrients included in the basic nutrient plan are meant to correct any deficiencies that have consumed your mind and to keep your nutritional level and mind permanently stable.
Even the best diets do not guarantee that you will get 100% of all the nutrients you need. There are many reasons, such as hot weather, light, age, food processing, and poor soil. Therefore, it is impossible to get enough nutrients from food alone. Heredity, stress, illness, and exercise can also cause the need for supplements, even if we eat well and often.
The following are important nutrients that are safe to use on a regular basis, but that also have a sufficient effect in conjunction with good-natured foods, meaning you can help prevent a bad mood from returning when you stop taking amino acids and other special substances.
A good quality multivitamin is the most important part of your basic ingredient plan. In many studies, vitamin and mineral deficiencies have been linked to depressive disorders, and vitamins and minerals have been shown to correct these conditions. The following are the results of two multivitamin studies:
The first study tested the vitamin intake of more than a hundred healthy young men. Even minor vitamin deficiencies were clearly associated with worsening of condition and increased irritability, fear, and depression.
The group given a reasonably strong multivitamin supplement over eight weeks had less nervousness and depression, had more self-confidence and the ability to concentrate, and was more active and social and “significantly more cheerful”.
In the second study of 900 participants over the age of 10, from which they, who took a daily multivitamin tablet, colon cancer risk was reduced by half.
Base magnesium, calcium and vitamin D
Calcium and magnesium, along with vitamin D, are an inseparable trio, but their levels are below the required level in all gender and age groups except young men. These substances not only prevent osteoporosis, but can also improve sleep and stabilize mood. Unfortunately, these three substances are not enough in even good multivitamin preparations. The recommended amount of calcium has increased from 800 mg per day to 1300 mg (up to 1500 mg in the case of osteoporosis).
Many people need as much magnesium as calcium, or even more, even though most preparations contain only half of that recommendation. Magnesium protects us from, for example, insomnia, depression, stress, nervousness and anger, as well as heart attacks, Alzheimer’s disease, constipation, low blood sugar, diabetes, chronic fatigue, hypothyroidism, PMS symptoms and osteoporosis.
Basic vitamin D
Vitamin D is actually a hormone that regulates e.g. adrenaline, thyroid and calcium. We have recently learned that our vitamin D needs are much higher than we thought; recommendations range from 400 IU to at least 2000 IU. Raising the amount ingested to a new optimal level results in a “sunny mind,” an increase in energy and improved bone health, and a reduction in the amount of stress, especially in those suffering from depression and SAD and PMS syndromes.
The problem is that excessive amounts of vitamin D can be toxic, so don’t exceed 400 IU daily unless you’ve tested your vitamin D levels before.
Take calcium, magnesium and vitamin D with food.
Basic vitamin B compound
B vitamins are very important factors for mental health. Low levels of folic acid, vitamin B12, thiamine, riboflavin, and vitamin B6 have been associated with mood disorders, and the disorders have been corrected by increasing the amount of vitamins.
The brain needs a lot of B vitamins to repair and maintain the functions of neurotransmitters and adrenaline. Stress quickly causes a decrease in vitamin B levels. The amount of vitamin B in a multivitamin tablet may not be enough to be able to perform its function without additional dosing, at least for the first few months when there has been significant stress in life.
Basic vitamin C and bioflavonoids
In nature, vitamin C, minerals, and bioflavonoids are always present together; they work best together as antioxidants, helping to prevent stress, cancer, heart disease and asthma, for example. Our nutrition experts recommend 2000-3000 mg per day.
Basic vitamin E
This excellent antioxidant can reduce the risk of stroke and cataracts by 40 percent. We all need vitamin E to protect our brains and bodies from the serious dangers posed by free radicals produced by oxidized fats. Vegetable oils (except olive oil) and Trans fats in margarine are a particular problem because they have been deprived of natural vitamin E or destroyed during processing. Stress reduces our vitamin E stores and increases the need for supplementation.
Basic fish oil
Basic fish oils are super-omega-3 fats that heal and protect the brain, blood vessels and digestive tract. Select 300-600 mg combined DHA / EPA in a single gel capsule. Avoid products that combine fish oil with other oils. In fact, these combinations reduce the ability of omega-3s to perform their function. One study of manic depression showed that 9600 mg / day DHA / EPA was a remarkably effective antidepressant, but it was found that 1800-3600 / day was sufficient for most. (If you exceed your ideal dose, you may become over-energized and have difficulty sleeping)
Safety and efficacy of linseed oil and seaweed oil
As many as 80% of Americans are unable to convert flaxseed oil to DHA / EPA, and several studies suggest that it is linked to prostate cancer (while fish oil reduces that cancer). Linen is good for everyone’s skin and hair, and up to 1/3 of us can effectively convert it to DHA / EPA. Seaweed oil contains EPA and can be used with or without flaxseed oil.
Fish oil, blood clotting and vitamin K
Fish oil supplements, like any added fats, increase the need for vitamin K. It prevents the blood from thinning too much. If you regularly take a blood thinner, even aspirin or ibuprofen, check with your doctor to see if you can take fish oil (note that vitamin E also thins the blood).
If you take more than 1800 mg of DHA / EPA per day, you will need 1 mg of vitamin K to prevent the blood thinning effect. Vitamin K, in its most concentrated form, is found only in green leafy vegetables and seaweed. Astronauts use it in space where their bones would otherwise break down without gravity. It also helps prevent plaque from forming in the arteries.
Note for people with blood type A
You typically lack hydrochloric acid, which reduces the ability to absorb minerals and protein. 1-8 capsules of HCl (648 mg) in combination with a multivitamin with a meal may help. Start with one capsule and increase the dosage until you feel a slight acid burn, then reduce to one capsule.
Suggestions for vegetarians and vegans
If you don’t eat animal products like fish, chicken, dairy products, or eggs, you won’t get all the supplements you need from a multivitamin. Check the content of your multivitamin and compare it with the amounts of nutrients suggested below, and get the necessary supplements to reach the following levels:
Vitamin B12 100-400 mcg / day
Vitamin D 800 IU / day
L-carnitine 500 mg / day
Zinc 25-50 mg (upper limit 100 mg, except during illness)
Selenium 100-200 mcg / day (upper limit 400 mcg)
Iron 27 mg / day
Omega-3 fatty acids 1200-2400mg seaweed oil
HCl as tablets or gel capsules for blood group A individuals
(for other persons when traveling to exotic countries for protection against parasites)
If your results show that you are having imbalances, then we will make you a bill of 25€ then our professionals will make to you a personalized muscle tested program based on your answers.
You can test hormones true the Nordic Laboratory as well