In this new and fascinating work, Lieff tunes in to the biological conversions taking place deep inside the body to show how a myriad of different kinds of cells—from brain and blood cells to bacteria and even viruses—all use a common language to communicate.
Your cells are talking to each other. Can you hear what they’re saying? Physician and neuroscientist Jon Lieff, MD asks this simple yet profound question with his new book, The Secret Language of Cells. In this new and fascinating work, Lieff tunes in to the biological conversions taking place deep inside the body to show […]
Body recomposition refers to the process of gaining muscle and losing fat simultaneously. It is not a specific diet or exercise plan. Rather, it is a set of principles and practices that help people build muscle and strength, lose fat, and establish healthy eating and exercise habits. When followign the 5 main pillars of body […]
Co-enzyme Q10 is among the most widely
purchased dietary supplements worldwide. Yet many people who take it don’t get
the optimal benefits they seek from this important metabolic cofactor.
New research suggests that Geranylgeraniol
(GG), a naturally-occurring substance in the seeds of the Annatto plant (Bixa
Orellana), can increase the body’s natural production of CoQ10, improve its
absorption by cells, and optimize the effects of CoQ10 supplementation.
Clinically, the combination of GG and
Ubiquinol can reverse skeletal muscle damage, restore muscle function,
ameliorate the adverse impact of statin drugs, and improve energy production in
the heart and other organs with high metabolic rates.
In this webinar, Barrie Tan, PhD, one of the world’s experts on annatto-derived compounds, explores new insights into the biochemistry of Ubiquinol, Geranylgeraniol, and the ways in which the combination of these two compounds represent paradigm shift in the way we view CoQ10 and cellular energetics.
Dr. Barrie Tan earned his PhD in Chemistry/Biochemistry from the University of Otago, New Zealand and spent several years as a professor at UMass. Credited with discovering a form of vitamin E called tocotrienol in three major sources – Palm, Rice, and Annatto, Dr. Tan was dubbed the “Tocotrienol King” by cardiologist Stephen Sinatra, MD.
Tan is currently the President of American River Nutrition, a natural health
R&D company he started with his wife, Elizabeth, in 1998. His research
focuses on lipid-soluble nutrients that reduce and slow chronic conditions.