Sesapure/Glucorell for the holidays

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  1. ulter

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    With the holiday season fast approaching, it is once again time to look at Sesapure and Glucorell’s special role in minimizing the damage of the season’s festivities and overindulgences. To do this, let us take a close look at the holiday offenders and the impact they have on you.

    Offender #1: Excessive Calorie Intake

    Let’s face the facts: From mid-November through January there will be numerous opportunities for all of us to overindulge in a variety of holiday foods. This is in addition to full-day events and gatherings, such as Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day football parties, where ridiculously high calorie consumption has not only become the norm, but a tradition as well. Sesapure and Glucorell bring health benefits year-round when taken regularly, but what is extraordinary is their ability to bring a new, higher-level of effectiveness during holiday eating.

    Sesapure helps to relieve the effects of holiday eating by limiting the production of lipogenic enzymes. What this means is it reduces the ability of the body to store fats eaten as body fat. When you eat a lot of calories at one sitting, particularly those that contain higher amounts of fat, your body is quite able to store those calories as body fat. In fact, this is what the body prefers to do! How did this come to be? Well, back in the days of yore, a human’s next meal was not a certainty – it was simply an advantage in the game of survival. However, as times changed, society embraced the days of 24-hour supermarkets and pizza delivery. Now, we live in a time where the richest, most calorie- dense foods are at your fingertips, and though these foods are convenient in our busy lives, the body’s ability to store fats easily has not adjusted accordingly. In other words, people eat these convenience foods more often, but the body is not yet convinced the next meal is coming; therefore excess fat storage from these foods is still something people must battle and worry about.

    Adding Sesapure to your daily supplemental regimen will help to make your body less efficient at storing fats. Sesapure will also force the body to find better ways to utilize the fats you eat for fundamental, useful energy. In other words, Sesapure fights the body’s urge to be a fat-storing machine. Sesapure will also benefit your body by increasing the production of uncoupling proteins – the proteins that make your cells less efficient at utilizing energy. Overall, Sesapure will see to it that the calories your body does not use are not stored as body fat – rather, they will be wasted.

    Glucorell is another fighter in the battle of holiday overindulgence; however, its role is to impact carbohydrate (carb) metabolism as well as insulin sensitivity. We all know that several of the holiday and party treats come in the form of sweets, chips, appetizers, and sugary cookies and cakes. When we eat these foods, simple sugars (simple carbohydrates) enter the bloodstream, spiking one’s blood sugar. In order to tame blood sugar and decrease it back to a normal level, the body naturally releases insulin. Insulin, by nature, balances the blood-sugar concentration by feeding the sugars from your treats to all cells in the body.

    Glucorell, when taken on a regular basis, will reduce this insulin spikes in one’s blood. Why would someone want this? Well, the insulin spikes – though occurring for good reason – are actually lipogenic. This means that the insulin carries your excess carbohydrates away from muscle cells (the more efficient burning cells of the body) and takes them to the fat cells (where the carbs can be stored as a source of long-term energy).

    Glucorell will cause the sugars to be used by the muscle cells more readily than the fat cells. Our muscle cells begin to wear down and burn out much like an engine would if it was over-worked, and this means that they cannot accept as much sugar to process as they used to. So when the sugars from your holiday treats go all throughout the body and are presented to particularly muscle and fat cells, the muscle cells pick up these sugars and use them very quickly. However, once the muscle cells are full and cannot accept more sugars, the leftover sugars will head toward fat cells instead. As most of us know, fat cells will accept sugars all throughout this process, and fat cells will especially soak up these sugars once the muscle cells have reached capacity.

    In studies, worn-out muscle cells that were saturated with the ingredients in Glucorell soaked up six (6) times more glucose (sugars) than they did without it. This extra absorption of sugars by the muscle cells allowed for maximal amounts of glycogen and sugars to enter into the muscle cells, and it limited the ability of fat cells to mature. We don’t want the fat cells to mature fully because this causes a hormonal cascade that sustains the fat cells and makes their fatty acids less available for use. In other words, these hormones will stop fat-burning because the body cannot gain access to the fat stores. Glucorell allows the fat cells to still take up some of those eaten sugars in the form of tri-glycerides, and, in this form, the sugars will remain easily available to be used as energy.

    Overall, Glucorell will reduce insulin spikes, so blood sugars will be more readily used for energy by the body. Furthermore, since insulin would have halted the utilization of carbohydrates by growth hormone, Glucorell’s ability to limit insulin spikes and their durations will keep your metabolism high.


    Offender #2: Excessive Alcohol Intake (or any, for that matter):

    Even those of us who enjoy a rare cocktail will find that the holiday season tends to mean more alcohol consumption. Whether it is at parties or while taking the edge off holiday stress, alcohol intake generally increases during these months. While we suggest drinking be kept to a minimum for health reasons, those that do have a drink or two will be pleased to hear that a little addition of Sesapure and Glucorell can make a significant difference on the impact alcohol has on your health and lifestyle.

    Nothing ruins the holidays, or the work days in between, like a hangover, and Sesapure provides great benefits when it comes to the toxicity of alcohol. Alcohol itself is not particularly toxic, however its aldehyde metabolites are. Aldehydes are the primary substances that are created by your metabolism of alcohol, and they are responsible for most of its neurotoxic (brain-toxic) effects, also known as “hangovers”. Sesapure greatly up-regulates the production of aldehyde dehydrogenase -- the enzyme that breaks aldehyde down into a harmless substance called acetate. Because Sesapure converts these aldehydes so rapidly and completely to acetate, it minimizes the neurotoxicity since there are less aldehydes left in your system to generate the hangover in the first place.

    Glucorell, during alcohol consumption, completes the alcohol-metabolizing equation by causing the anti-aldehyde enzymes to continue their work by reactivating them. When the Sesapure caused the body to make all that aldehyde dehydrogenase, the body originally used it to convert the alcohol’s aldehyde metabolites to the harmless acetates as described above. Usually, once the body uses the aldehyde dehydrogenase to make this conversion, the body will see this chemical as inactive or expired. However, Glucorell saves the day by restoring (re-charging) the “used” aldehyde dehydrogenase so that it can rejoin the metabolic battle, converting aldehydes into acetate over and over again. In the metabolic battle against toxic aldehyde metabolites, Sesapure creates more soldiers to fight and Glucorell gets them back in the battle to fight again.

    Sesapure and Glucorell provide year-round metabolic benefits, but in the season of holiday indulgence, the damage-control they provide is second only to abstaining from those indulgences. Abstaining is all well and good, but may not be your choice. The addition of Sesapure and Glucorell to your holiday regimen can help reduce the weight gain and hangovers that are so prevalent in this happy holiday time.

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    in laymans terms Glucorell makes you get drunk faster and Sesapure prevents a hangover?
     
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    cheap drunk + no hangover = win win to me
     
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    In a nutshell
     
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    glucorell does seem to lower tolerance (this effect seems to vary), though generally most people notice some reduction in tolerance.

    Sesapure increases the enzyme that destroys the toxic alcohol metabolites.
    glucorell makes it so the enzyme that destroys the toxic alcohol metabolites can do so more than once (it restores the activity of the enzyme).

    think of it this way, normally the aldehyde dehydrogenase enzyme gets one conversion of aldehyde to acetate and then its out of the game. Glucorell allows the enzyme to get back in the game and convert another aldehyde to acetate.
     
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    Isn't this a bit bad in terms of diabetes?
     
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    I would think the opposite. since the body is insulin deprived so it can't uptake carbs, gluc aids in the uptake of those carbs to muscles so a diabetic would need less external insulin.
     
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    no. Glucorell (r-lipoic) is an approved treatment for type ii diabetes in europe
     
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    cool, i shouldn't have said bad...what i meant is what's the effect on diabetes :o
     
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    type 1 or type 2. type one is a bit trickier, since they dont make insulin. It can allow lower insulin usage as well as helping to decrease RAGE (neuropathy) as well as other oxidative damage from non-pulsatile exogenous insulin use. But because exogenous insulin is used, its a bit trickier in managing both glucorell and insulin dosage.

    Type 2 usage increases insulin sensitivity, normalizes insulin production and increases glucose clearance.
     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    ulter, would you say that your sesamin is higher purity than avants?
     
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    with respect to purity they claim the same lignan %, there is no reason to doubt this claim. With respect to effectiveness dry extract is more potent than oil extract. lipid suspension reduces bioavailability.
     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    i didnt know yours was a powder. you should do a bulk run so i can mix up some crazy stuff. also macro, can you comment on the interactions between fish oil and sesamin and if it effective to take the two together or will the ses oxidize the fishoil?
     
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    In regards to glucorell. by preventing insulin spikes it seems it would have the same effects as someone with diabetes. Either type I where someone does not make insulin or type II where the bodies sensitivity to insulin is reduced. Now these things are good for losing weight, but it can come at the cost of micro and macrovascular complications, same as those that affect diabetics. Basically when insulin is not released or used you will have higher amounts of sugar in your blood.

    Now this might cause your muscles to uptake more, but it will also cause damage to your, kidneys, eyes, heart, and nerves. These are very serious complications. Most diabetics die from heart disease. Hell I am on a rotation in the cardiac intensive care unit and one of the things I look at each day are the patients glucose levels. Why? Because studies have shown that tight glucose control leads to better outcomes, AKA people don't die as much.

    Like I said before this will help lose weight. One problem with young girls who are diabetic is that they will purposefully not take their insulin in order to lose weight. I also new a kid that let his "sugars" run high to make weight for wrestling in high school.

    Anyone who uses this or knows anything care to comment or explain to me that it does not cause this?
     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    it isnt powerful enough to mimic diabetus. this is ALA we are talking about here. also insulin is what makes your muscles uptake sugar. thats why you want to spike it post workout, because muscle insulin receptors are more sensitive than fat at that point in time
     
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    Does Glucorell help you not to *CRAVE* carbs? Since I had my second child I go through periods where I am absolutely drained/fatigued and the only thing that seems to help is a large consumption of carbs/ or sugary foods...and it's KILLING my dieting efforts.
     
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    completely the opposite. It does not prevent insulin release it just reduces the spike (you dont need as much insulin to uptake the same amount of sugar). The diabetic issues that you reffered to are caused primarily by glycation end products- called AGE or RAGE- (a side effect of hyperglycemia and poor insulin sensitivity)- glucorell inhibits their formation (even when hyperglycemia is present).

    to take your exaple, if anything glucorell takes a "normal" person even further away from diabetic effects.
     
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    el es dee ...through a cloud of chalk and the midst of pain.

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    more fish oil
     
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    it can help with hypoglycemia, though it does depend on the cause. Generally yes, via reduction of plasma insulin spikes and improved blood glucose control.


    as el ess dee mentioned fish oil and other omega 3 fatty acid rich foods are beneficial in maintaining insulin sensitivity.

    saturated fats and transfats (especially transfats) blunt insulin sensitivity.
     
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    cool. I've been having trouble in this area too :)
     
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    macro i know this a little OT but what do you think of TTA? specifically the formula of RPN's DCP
     
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    TTA has issues, considered putting something together with it but sides are too common (cramping, lethargy and muscle weakness) and the potential rhabdomyolysis was concerning.
     
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    btw- thats not to say that in people with the right distribution of pparalpha and gamma that its not effective for fat loss and preventing fat gain. Just that the potential for sides in people that dont have such distribution unsettling, the strong alpha agonism and strong gamma antagonism definitely has the potential for negatives.
     
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