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Do You Need Amino Acid Supplements?

According to the leading experts (specialists using amino acids as a therapy), there are individuals who require broad- spectrum amino acid supplementation more than others.

They are:

  • Those on or who have been on prescription medications
  • Those recovering from surgery
  • Those who have any gastrointestinal disorders
  • Those with a family history of degenerative diseases (i.e., heart disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, cancer)
  • Those with any genetic or enzymatic deficits that interfere with normal protein synthesis and metabolism

However, there are other health problems also associated with deficiencies and unbalanced amino acids.  Many things including strenuous exercise, aging, drug use, certain medications, infections, vitamin B or C deficiency, or even a lack of varied protein sources can cause an imbalance in amino acids in the body.  Taking the quiz on the following page may help you determine if you are also a good candidate for amino acid supplementation.

Amino Acid Health Quiz

  1. Do you experience fatigue upon arising in the morning?
  2. Do you experience chronic emotional and/or physical pain?
  3. Do you experience hypoglycemia symptoms?
  4. Do you experience moodiness?
  5. Do you experience ADD, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, sleeplessness, or fibromyalgia?
  6. Do you have any chemical addictions?
  7. Are you recovering from an injury?
  8. Do you have a difficult time consuming enough protein at three meals per day?
  9. Do you have food or other allergies or eating disorders?
  10. Are you interested in supplements for well-being and anti-aging?
  11. Are you a sports enthusiast/body builder?
  12. Do you need additional support in your body’s detoxification process due to environmental chemicals?
  13. Have you had an illness and/or stress that have strained your body’s resources?
  14. Would like to strengthen your body’s overall vitality?

How did you do?  The odds are that you not only answered yes once, but possibly several times.  Is it really that easy to determine your need for amino acid supplementation?  Yes!  Each of the chapters in this book is designed to assist you in discovering for yourself how your body and your quality of life will benefit from the guided use of amino acid supplementation.

Excerpted from Dr. Dan’s book, Recharge Your Body & Mind with Amazing Amino Acids

 

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STRESS AND TOTAL AMINO SOLUTION™

In most cases, what we see with chronic stress is chronic emotional and/or physical pain.  In chronic stress conditions the stress will ultimately use up the endorphins.  You will need to rebuild your endorphin supply, which is made up of amino acids. The endorphins are your body’s natural morphine. By taking Total Amino Solution™, you are assisting to refuel your depleted endorphins, as well as your overall immune health.

From Dr. Dan’s book, Recharge Your Body & Mind with Amazing Amino Acids

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What are amino nutrients?

During my quest to find the perfect “metabolic tune up” for my patients, I read the book, The Amino Revolution, written by Robert Erdmann, Ph.D., in 1989.  It is here that I realized a brilliant concept had been overlooked by the health care industry. This simple concept, a whole and complete amino acid supplement, allows an individual’s body and mind to “pick and choose” the needed amino acids as opposed to a health practitioner making an educated guess, using a “symptoms-only” approach, which often misses the big picture of the complex system of your total health.

This nutritional approach to health—amino nutrients—provides the synergy necessary for wellness and longevity.  Amino acids are in fact the missing puzzle piece that brings all the nutrients to optimum performance.

 

From Dr. Dan’s new book, Recharge Your Body & Mind with Amazing Amino Acids

 

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Gluten Free

We have had many customers call asking if our premier product, Total Amino Solution, is gluten free.

YES!

We recently updated the label on all our bottles to reflect that information.  We now feature the line:  “Free of gluten, wheat, dairy, soy, corn, and other common allergens.”

We are also available to answer your questions and concerns at 800-404-1065, 9-5 pm, Arizona Time.

Thank you for choosing Genesa Inc for your wellness needs!

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New Feature Article! Heal Your Chronic Back Pain Naturally, in Healthy Beginnings Magazine

http://issuu.com/healthybeginningsmagazine/docs/hb_oct2012_issu

Read pages 40 and 41 for Dr. Dan’s advice about approaching chronic back pain the natural way!

 

 

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Dr. Dan featured again–read his article in Healthy Beginnings August edition about mental health

http://hbmag.com/a-mental-health-myth/

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Allergy Answers – Part 1

Most people are only dimly aware of how allergies affect them. Some know from experience to dread the start of summer and the inevitable attack of hay fever – with its months of headaches watery eyes, and stuffy noses. Others are reluctant to visit friend with pets because they are allergic to cat or dog fur. Beyond these common examples, though, general knowledge and understanding of allergies is almost nonexistent.

Yet in reality people are allergic to an enormous variety of substances. Tobacco smoke, for example, causes a reaction in almost everybody; many people can’t drink milk or eat wheat without becoming ill; and numerous pollutants and chemicals affect us continually – all without us realizing.

Come back tomorrow for part 2!

(From “The Amino Revolution” – Robert Erdmann, Ph.D.)

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The Youthful Skin Connection – Part 1

Skin is the single biggest organ of your body. Like any other organ, it plays a crucial role in the living process. It helps regulate body temperature and is an important part of the immune defenses, guarding against viral, fungal & bacterial infection.

In this series we’ll focus on ways of using amino acids to keep you skin soft, most, pliable and looking young. Although the specific amino formulations suggested are excellent for helping aging skin, they can be used to improve any skin problem, such as stretch marks, dry skin or simply protection from ultraviolet light and pollution. Not just models and actors need good skin; we all do, and using free-form amino acids helps ensure that we have it.

Come back tomorrow for part 2!

(From “The Amino Revolution” – Robert Erdmann, Ph.D.)

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Depression – Part 5

The Need for Neurotransmitters

To relay the brain’s electrical messages from one nerve cell to the next, the nerve endings (axons) must secrete neurotransmitters. Certain neurotransmitters carry pain sensations, while other order voluntary muscle movement; some cause excitory emotional responses, others are inhibitory.

The neurotransmitters that govern our excitory emotional responses are called catecholamines – noradrenalin and adrenalin – derived from the amino acids phenylalanine and tyrosine. Our reactions to everything we encounter – the way we are stirred by a piece of music, angered by an argument, amused by a joke – depend on the body levels of these specific neurotransmitters. Too much or too little of any of these substances will make us under- or overreact, according to stimulus.

(Continued Monday…)

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Depression – Part 3

Causes & Effects

Depression can occur from an unexpected stressful event in life – the death of someone you love, for example. The sudden and prolonged stress this causes quickly depletes your body of vital nutrients, resulting in fatigue and torpor, to the extent that it might hardly seem worth making the effort of rousing yourself.

When depression lacks and obvious cause, doctors have difficulty treating it and it often becomes chronic. It might be characterized by intense self-hate, apathy, spontaneous crying spells, lack of mental focus, and a craving for solitude. A depressed person may even be bewildered by the ability of others to show enthusiasm for activities and ideas. And because of the sufferer’s indifference to recovery, this condition is often self-perpetuating.

(Continued tomorrow…)