By Dr. David S. Dyer and Diana Dyer, ARNP –
Did we get your attention? Almost everyone you know, including yourself, is aging and dying faster than is necessary. What is causing this to happen?
Commonly called free radicals (no, not left over hippies from the 70’s) are wreaking havoc within your body, aging and killing you at an accelerated rate. These free radicals are damaging the DNA in your cells; DNA is the cell’s memory of replicating itself. So, if your DNA is damaged your new cells are damaged from the very start. This seemingly isn’t a very good way to stay healthy. A free radical is actually an atom that has an odd amount of electrons in its outer ring; therefore it tries to attach itself to other atoms to stay in balance. When it does this it damages or destroys the atom it attaches itself to, within your cells. In layman’s terms these free radicals are killing cells in all areas of your body by taking electrons from healthy cells.
Free radicals are the major cause of premature aging, cellular damage, sickness, disease and early death.
The medical term for this action is called oxidative stress. If you want to know more about oxidative stress and how it affects you, go to the National Institute of Health’s web site www.PubMed.gov and put oxidative stress into the search bar and you will see over 100,000 published papers on oxidative stress. If you would like to see how oxidative stress affects any particular disease just put that disease in the search bar along with oxidative stress and the published papers on that disease and how it is connected to oxidative stress will appear.
What’s a person to do about oxidative stress?
In the past we have always recommended antioxidants, and the more the better. The reason we want as many as we can get is because we generate so many free radicles on a daily basis. No one really knows how many free radicles are generated in our bodies daily but we do know that it is in the multi-millions. New research is suggesting that we cannot consume enough antioxidants to really have an impact on this large number of free radicles that occur in our bodies on a daily basis.
Recent studies have discovered a product that can and does reduce free radicles by the millions and is available through authorized distributors. This product is officially called a Nrf2 Synergizer and goes by the brand name of Protandim. A short chemistry lesson is needed here to explain all this. Antioxidants, such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Beta Carotene, Resveratrol and all the brightly colored fruits and vegetables do neutralize free radicles. They do so on a one to one basis, in other words one molecule of antioxidant neutralizes one free radicle. Not a great effect when you consider the millions we generate every day. To put it in easy to understand numbers you would have to eat about 12 pounds of blueberries a day, or over 300 oranges, or well over 100 vitamin C or E tablets to accomplish what is needed to really reduce free radicles down to healthy levels. A Nrf2 Synergizer like Protandim signals the DNA in over 3000 survivor genes in your body to make special enzymes that neutralize free radicles on a one to one million basis. We like these numbers much better than the old one to one ratio. This occurs every second of every day so you can see the huge difference between normal antioxidants and a good Nrf2 Synergizer.
Protandim was developed by a world renowned scientist after over 40 years of research. Dr. Joe McCord was the young scientist that discovered Super Oxide Dismutase back when he was a graduate student. The Nrf2 Synergizer Protandim has been scientifically proven to reduce oxidative stress by an average of 40% in the first 30 days of use. If we can help people reduce oxidative stress in their body by 40% in the first 30 days it is amazing what an organism (the human body) designed to heal itself can really do.
Further explanation about Protandim can be found at www.ABCHealthReport.com a short synopsis of a detailed investigative report done by the American Broadcasting Corporation to expose the untruths concerning Protandim. What ABC actually found was Protandim was much more than they had heard it was.
You can also go to www.PubMed.gov and put Protandim in the search bar to review the 12 studies that have been completed on Protandim. Many more studies are underway at some of the most well-known medical schools in the world. Almost all natural health experts agree that if you can reduce your oxidative stress significantly there is a very good possibility that you will live longer.
If you would like more information on Protandim you can call Dr. Dyer or Diana Dyer ARNP at 1-888-683-7947.
David Dyer a Naturopathic Medical Doctor and is the author of the book “CELLFOOD Vital Cellular Nutrition for the New Millennium”, which is published in five languages. Many of the articles he has written have been published in newspapers and magazines. He is a Certified Cancer Coach, Licensed Massage Therapist and a Colon Therapist.
Dr. Dyer’s passion is helping people improve their health. He has a very strong belief in the simple gifts that were given to us by our Creator. Using the foundations of the immune system, the body’s ability to heal itself and the use of our intuition, he can explain how anyone can obtain and maintain optimal health. Each person is different and their needs would not be the same. Many health practitioners take the approach that one size fits all, this simply is not so. The basic needs are all the same, but the way they are applied and the quantities would be different.
David Dyer is a Vietnam veteran and recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Combat Air Medals and Purple Heart. He volunteers and supports local and national organizations that support and promote better health. More information about Dr Dyer can be found at his main web site www.DrDavidDyer.com.
Diana Dyer holds a masters degree in Nursing from the University of Michigan in women’s health and nurse midwifery and practices in Florida. She also has her own consulting business, Holistic Woman that includes both working as a NP in women’s health, and consulting for a urology group performing urodynamic testing for men and women. Her work for the last year and a half has been as an incontinence specialist working with men and women.