“I have been a diabetic for a number of years and take insulin twice a day. My blood sugar level has been inconsistent which is usually high then low, but should be 7-2 or there abouts. Since I have taken L-Carnosine my blood sugar has improved to what it should be.
As for the Eye Drops, they have also helped my eyes as I had a slight shadow at the back of my eyes a year ago. When I got my diabetic check-up, it was all clear.”
Kenneth Forrester, Scotland
Extracts from an article by Roger Mason: L-Carnosine Is An Effective Supplement
It is important to realize that L-Carnosine naturally occurs in our bodies (mostly in our muscles) and in common food. The levels of L-Carnosine fall as we age, especially in our hearts. The brain depends of high levels of L-Carnosine for optimum function and L-Carnosine is being investigated as a preventative for Alzheimer’s. It is a strong anti-oxidant, which fights dangerous free radicals. The most important use may be to be enhancement of heart health generally. Coronary heart disease is the biggest killer of adults by far, and everything we can do to make our hearts stronger helps guarantee a longer life. This qualifies L-Carnosine clearly as a life extension agent. It is also very critical in cell regeneration and the function of fibroblasts. ‘Cellular aging’ is a key to understanding the power of L-Carnosine as it seems to very much slow down the ageing of many cells in our bodies. Many of the studies so far have only been on cell cultures and lab animals, but more and more human studies are being done. Let’s take a look at just a few of the studies. In the Russian journal Biokhimiya v.57, (1992) scientists at Moscow State University did a review with 52 references. They concluded that L-Carnosine is a, ‘perspective immunomodulating tool which has many applications in medicine’, due in part to its powerful anti-oxidative properties. Also in the same journal another review was published with 25 references on the history and actual physiological actions of Ignotine.
At Ohio University doctors published a study in Comprehensive Biochemistry and Physiology v. 103B, (1992). Using rats they found L-Carnosine levels in the heart and skeletal muscles fell over 40% as they aged and were 40% lower in rats with high blood pressure. Heart muscle showed a dramatic decline. The same has basically been found in humans as well and the implications for heart metabolism are clear here. These same authors published a second study in Biochemical Society Transactions v. 23 (1995). Again, they showed the sharp decrease in L-Carnosine in the heart and skeletal muscles as they aged, especially when high blood pressure is a factor. They also found that exercise was vital to keep L-Carnosine levels high. It is clear that our epidemic rates of hypertension may benefit from L-Carnosine supplementation. More studies will be reviewed in the future on high blood pressure and L-Carnosine supplementation.
At King’s College in London doctors published a stunning review of the benefits, functions and therapeutic applications of L-Carnosine with 252 references in Molecular Aspects of Medicine v.13 (1992). It would take days to wade through such a review, but you can see just how documented the therapeutic applications of L-Carnosine are with 252 references in just one review at such a prestigious college. This same college later was granted a World Patent (meaning the European Community) for helping relieve diabetes with L-Carnosine supplementation. Diabetes and blood sugar problems are now affecting our children as well as adults.
In the journal Nutrition Research v. 14, (1994) researchers at the University of Quebec in Canada found that dogs given L-Carnosine in their food regulated their insulin and glucagon secretion by affecting the pancreas. This has obvious potential for our extreme rates of diabetes and other blood sugar problems.
In the Russian Journal Byull. Eksp. Biol. Med. doctors at the Omsk Medical Institute studied rats by reviving them from induced death. They gave them injections to kill them, revived them and then injected half of them with L-Carnosine. The ones given the L-Carnosine not only had a higher survival rate, but less damage from being clinically dead for about five minutes. You may not like studies such as this, but much was learned from it.
At the School of Medicine in Kawasaki, Japan doctors published a study in the Japanese Journal of Physiology v. 45, (1995). Using rats they found that L-Carnosine is very important to physical endurance and exercise. This is due to the large amount of L-Carnosine contained in both the skeletal muscles and the heart muscle. A World Patent (European Community) was issued in 1990 for using L-Carnosine for improving athletic performance, endurance, fatigue and treating muscular disorders.
Where does L-Carnosine come from?
Ignotine is fermented in large vats using friendly bacteria, a lot like probiotics. It is then harvested, dried, processed and refined. Ours in 99.9% pure and the very purest on the planet. Not all L-Carnosine supplements are manufactured to the same highest quality and standards as ours – and not all possess the unique ability to rejuvenate cells that ours have – some are totally inert in that respect.
WARNING: Not all L-Carnosine products are created equally – be very wary of cheaper, lower quality grade products as you are likely to get very disappointing, if any, results from taking them. Ours is Assayed and certified to be at least 99.9% pure and bio-active with the unique cellular rejuvenating properties as described in detail above.
How much L-Carnosine should be taken as a health supplement for optimum results?
L-Carnosine starts to become effective from approximately 1g per day. So one gram a day is advised for general maintenance but in times of extra need two to three grams a day is recommended, such as an elderly person with health problems. People addressing any type of serious health condition can benefit greatly by taking more and 5g to 10g per day give the best results then. Also, body weight is another contributing factor which needs to be taken into consideration; people with a larger body mass require more than smaller framed people. The recommendations above are based on an average person around 60-70Kg.
There are no adverse affects from taking too much L-Carnosine as any excess is expelled naturally. When it is broken down by the enzymes in the body it changes into two other essential nutraceuticals which are also very beneficial to the body. The best way to administer it to the body is in small amounts, little and often. The best way to achieve this is to mix the daily amount in a litre bottle of mineral water, preferably alkaline water, and then sip from it regularly throughout the day so that the last drops are drank just prior to sleeping.
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