Glyconutrients are a group of chain-linked sugar extracted from plants essential for the body's cell-to-cell communication. The body breaks down these sugar chains into simple sugars. These sugars are often used to make medicine.
Glyconutrients are taken by mouth for alcoholism, allergy, Alzheimer's, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, asthma, atherosclerosis, athletic performance, ADHD, autism, cancer, cerebral palsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, mental function, common cold, Crohn's disease, cystic fibrosis, depression, Down's syndrome, dyslexia, fibromyalgia, growth problems in infants, hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, Huntington's disease, fertility problems, flu, lupus, macular degeneration, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, myasthenia gravis, Parkinson's disease, arthritis, stroke, Tay-Sachs disease, and Tourette's syndrome.
One of the main sources of glyconutrient is Aloe Vera Gel. Other sources include Fenugreek, Black or Red Currants, Gooseberries, Green Beans, Cabbage, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Turnips, Shiitake Mushrooms, and Kelp.
Here are 8 ways to achieve greater results with Glyconutrients
1- Drink Pure Spring Water. As an absolute minimum, take your body weight in lbs, divide by 2 & drink that many ounces of Pure Spring Water everyday so that your cells get 'bathed' in a bath of Glyconutrients. For example a 120lb woman would drink a minimum of 60 oz of pure spring water per day.
2- Consume Fiber. Using a high-quality fiber supplement or eating a diet very high in fiber & in raw vegetables will enhance the results you get from your glyconutrients.
3- Don't take glyconutrients of any kind on an empty stomach. Why? No, it won't hurt you, but your body will burn it for energy. That is expensive energy. Glyconutrients are best absorbed when mixed with food or stirred into a drink.
4- Do not take fiber supplements within 1 hour of any other supplement.
5- Give Your Body Time to Start Healing. Most conditions develop gradually over many years(or even decades). Just like getting sick, getting well takes time. I have seen many people see no results until the 4th or even 6th month on the discount glyconutrients. Why? It takes months(or even years) for your body to replace sick cells with healthy ones.
6- Enhance Your absorption of Glyconutrients. According to Dr. Milner you can enhance your absorption of your discount glyconutrients by simply NOT swallowing them--instead, you do two easy things:
a. let them dissolve in your mouth, so that it is absorbed in the mouth, not in the stomach (this takes about 1 minute). You do not need water to do this--your saliva is more than sufficient.
b. take smaller amounts more often, like 1/8 or 1/4 of a teaspoon at a time, throughout the day, like every hour or two. I have started doing this myself, and I recommend it to you.
7- Use ALL THREE of the basic products: Glyco-Antioxidant, Phytosterol, food-based vitamin. These three products represent four sciences that work together synergistically, like the four wheels on a car work together:
- Cellular communication provided by the glyconutrients
- Antioxidant protection from free radicals and "internal terrorists"
- Natural plant hormones provided by the phytosterol
- Essential vitamins and minerals in a food form state for maximum assimilation provided by the food-based vitamin.
You wouldn't settle for just one or two tires would you? Don't settle for less than what you need either!
8- Take Enough Glyconutrients to satisfy your body's need. Keep in mind that the suggested serving size you see on the label of your glyconutrients supplement bottle is a suggested minimum for young adults in "good" health. If you are unsure what amount is right for you please contact your representative. When buying glyconutrients, remember that a container may not last you an even month if you have a health challenge.
Note: Legal Disclaimer: Glyconutrients are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, but scientific studies have been documented linking the ingestion of certain food nutrients, and the prevention of chronic disease. The information given is not intended to be a substitute for a physician's proven care & advice.