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Karate magazine

Karate magazine featured an interview with Dr. Bob Ward (former strength and conditioning coach for the Dallas Cowboys) in which he recommended glyconutrients because of "their ability to enhance athletic performance better than anything else on the market."

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Sugars That Heal

Even tiny amounts of these sugars--or lack of them--have profound effects. In test after test conducted at leading institutes around the world, these saccharides have been shown to lower cholesterol, increase lean muscle mass, decrease body fat, accelerate wound healing, ease allergy symptoms, and allay autoimmune diseases such as arthritis, psoriasis, and diabetes. Bacterial infections, including the recurrent ear infections that plague toddlers, often respond remarkably to saccharides, as do many viruses--from the common cold to the flu, from herpes to HIV. The debilitating symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and Gulf War syndrome frequently abate after adding saccharides. And, for cancer patients, saccharides mitigate the toxic effects of radiation and chemotherapy--while augmenting their cancer-killing effects, resulting in prolonged survival and improved quality of life.

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Essentials of Glycobiology

A Timely and thorough text - An outstanding comprehensive resource on the current areas of focus in glycobiology. Highly recommended to those seeking an overview of recent discoveries and future challenges as well as techniques employed by researchers in this rapidly expanding field.

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Scientific American ~ July 2002.

"Sweet Medicine: Building Better Drugs from Sugars." Sugars play critical roles in many cellular functions and in disease. Study of those activities lags behind research into genes and proteins but is beginning to heat up. The discoveries promise to yield a new generation of drug therapies.

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Fisher Institute for Medical Research

Fisher Institute for Medical Research seeks to promote wellness by providing research into the benefits of glyconutrients, phytochemicals, and functional foods.

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Miracle Sugars

Scientists have recently discovered that our modern diet is missing some very vital nutrients, and surprisingly enough, these missing nutrients are sugars. After years of research, author Rita Elkins has come to the conclusion that the lack of these invaluable sugars in our diet is a major reason for most of today's diseases, even cancer, diabetes, and auto-immune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Newsweek (April 25, 1994)

Newsweek (April 25, 1994) featured a story that talked about the power of the same substances in glyconutrients to "kill and necrose cancer in the human cell"

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Physician's Desk Reference

Physician's Desk Reference (PDR) for Nonprescription Drugs and Dietary Supplements lists only scientifically validated (peer reviewed) products and is distributed to over 300,000 physicians each year. Our company's glyconutrient products are listed in this book by name.

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Science Magazine, Special Issue ~ Carbohydrates & Glycobiology, March 23, 2001.

A publication of Stanford University for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Science Magazine dedicated an entire 200-page magazine issue to educating the science and medical community about Glyconutrients, Glycobiology and Glycoscience.

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Acta Anatomica ~ Glycosciences, Issue 161/1-April 1998

International Journal of Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology. The Acta Anatomica is a highly respected scientific journal, featuring our scientific breakthrough. The article explains the unsurpassed coding capacity of the 8 glyconutrients that make up our discovery and states: "Glycosylation is the most common form of protein and lipid modification but its biological significance has long been underestimated. The last decade, however, has witnessed the rapid emergence of the concept of the sugar code of biological information. Monosaccharides represent an alphabet of biological information similar to amino acids and nucleic acids but with unsurpassed coding capacity."

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Natural Muscle magazine

"How To Thrive on an Ailing Planet - Glycoproteins." by Spice Williams-Crosby (July '99). This article discussed how to overcome the deficiencies in our modern-day diet.

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Techniques in Glycobiology

A highly valuable manual covering most modern approaches to study glyconjugates. Being written by a group of more than 100 worldwide-known experts, it will rightly become a handbook not only for glycobiolgists, but also for specialists in the fields of bioorganic chemistry. biocehmistry, molecular biology, and pharmacy. It will become helpful for teachers and students of universities and biotechnological institutes as well ---Biochemistry (Moscow)

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Advance for Managers of Respiratory Care, July/August 2002.

Feature article entitled "Glyconutrients Could Offer Novel Approach to Asthma."

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Committee of Government Reform: Comprehensive Medical Care for Bioterrorism Exposure

In November, 2001 the Company's Medical Director addressed a congressional subcommittee on Bio Terrorism & the evidence supporting the potential for glyconutrients and micronutrient dietary supplementation to support natural defense and healing mechanisms to ameliorate bacterial, viral and fungal infections due to the outstanding results of our products on the human immune system.

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Physician's Management Magazine

Physician's Management Magazine called the Company the clear leader in the field of nutraceuticals and went on to urge doctors to get involved with the company!

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In Search of Manna: Your Guide to Glyconutrients and Meridians

"In Search of Manna" includes.....
  • References for personalized glyconutrient and acupuncture meridian support
  • Over 300 health conditions with glyconutrient recommendations
  • No more guessing with your glyconutrient servings
  • Protocols for emergency and chronic health issues
  • Solutions in hospital settings written by Eastern and Western trained physicians
  • How many servings should be taken?
  • How often should glyconutrients be taken?
  • What to take for specific health imbalances?

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Scientific American ~ Medicine, Jan. 22, 2002.

Changing Cancer Cells Surface Sugars Can Inhibit Tumor Growth. The key to halting cancer cells may lie in their sugary coats, scientists say. Carbohydrate molecules surround all cells and help them to identify and interact with one another. Now new research, published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, indicates that altering some of the surface sugars associated with cancer cells can control tumor growth. The findings suggest that the sugars could one day serve as targets for new anti-cancer therapies.

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Harpers Biochemistry

Harpers Biochemistry is the definitive reference for medical students and contains the latest information in the field of Biochemistry. Chapter 56, entitled Glycoproteins is devoted to glycoscience. This textbook has been educating healthcare professionals about Glyconutrients and their role in health and healing since 1996. According to Harper's Biochemistry textbook, only 2 or 3 of the necessary 8 glyconutrients are commonly found in our diet.

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