Natural Shake Ingredients

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Each of the Natural Shake Ingredients listed below will give you a general idea as to how each one will aid you in putting the high-grade nutrients back in your body in order to become a healthier, more energetic you.

Here are the best Natural Shake Ingredients that is formulated in such a way, that you can be sure, when taken with the metabolism capsules, snacks and cleanse drink, that you will not only lose weight, but you will also feel much healthier when you feed your body with a perfect blend of organic whey protein, vitamins, active enzymes and a proprietary blend of more than 70 ionic trace minerals.

Whey Protein Concentrate (undenatured): Out of the many protein sources out there, whey protein is the ultimate. It comes from milk. During the process of turning milk into cheese, whey protein is separated out. Rich in nutrients it will raise the body's primary anti-oxidant levels and enhance your immune system. Whey Protein will also enhance the body's ability to increase insulin like growth factor-1 enabling your body to burn fat and increase lean muscle mass more efficiently.

Calcium Caseinate (undenatured) : Is a high quality milk protein product. It is an Amino Acid that increases protein uptake. Aids in muscle building and is a fatigue recovery factor.

Low-Heat Non Fat Milk: Non fat dry milk is a wholesome dairy product made from fresh milk. Only the cream and water are removed. It still contains the calcium and other minerals; the vitamins, natural sugar and high quality whey proteins that make liquid milk such a valuable food.

Natural Fructose: Also know as levulose and fruit sugar, fructose is the sweetest of all the simple sugars (e.g., glucose, fructose, galactose). Fruits contain between 1 and 7% fructose, although some fruits have much higher amounts. Fructose makes up about 40% of the dry weight of honey.

Vanilla Bean or Cocoa Bean Powder: The vanilla bean is the fruit of the world’s only edible orchid, native to the New World but now cultivated in tropical regions of Mexico, Tahiti and Madagascar. Its production is a painstaking process requiring months of individual pollination, maturation, and fermentation. The exquisitely aromatic end product, actually a pod, is filled with tiny black seed containing most of the flavor.

Chocolate contains the same type of disease-fighting “phenolic” chemicals as red wine and fruits and vegetables, says Andrew Waterhouse of the University of California at Davis.

These antioxidant phenolics combat cell damage leading to chronic disease such as cancer and heart disease. New Japanese tests show that phenolics extracted from chocolate suppressed cell-damaging chemicals and boosted immune functioning in human blood samples.

Vegetable Mono and Di-glycerides: Mono and Di-glycerides are fats, but people on low-fat diets usually do not have to restrict these fats.

People with high blood cholesterol levels are at increased risk of suffering from heart attacks and should try to lower their cholesterol by eating a low-fat diet. Most of the fat that you eat is in the form of triglycerides. These fats occur in both animal and plant foods.

Triglycerides have a chemical structure shaped like an E. The tri of triglycerides means that there are three vertical lines off the horizontal line. Monoglycerides have only one vertical line, and Di-glycerides have only two. Otherwise all three glycerides are fats and affect your body in the same way. They all have 9 calories per gram and are broken down in the same way to form the same building blocks that are absorbed from your intestines into your bloodstream.

While Triglycerides comprise most of the fat that you eat, Monoglycerides and Di-glycerides together make up less than 1%. They are added to foods to make bakery products taste smooth and to prevent the oil from separating out from peanut butter.

Alpha-Lipoic Acid: Powerful antioxidant. Discovered in 1951, it serves as a coenzyme in the Krebs cycle and in the production of cellular energy. Alpha-lipoic acid is said to prevent or treat many age-related diseases, from heart disease, and stroke to diabetes and Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease, as well as declines in energy, muscle strength, brain function, and immunity. Alpha-lipoic acid is also being studied for HIV disease and multiple sclerosis.

Honey Powder: It is an instant energy building food containing all the essential minerals necessary for life; seven vitamins of the B complex group, amino acids, enzymes and an antibacterial agent that acts like penicillin and other antibiotics killing microbes and germs. It is called the elixir of life.

Honey is the only natural sweetener that doesn’t have to be refined. It is especially recommended for anyone with digestive problems.

Raw honey is an energy food. It DOES NOT contribute to “fat” as white sugar does. Many athletes use honey-water solutions instead of salty, mineral, sports drinks. INSTANT ENERGY.

Cinnamon: Cinnamon is the dried bark of various laurel trees in the cinnamomum family. One of the more common trees from which Cinnamon is derived is the cassia. Ground cinnamon is perhaps the most common baking spice.

Like many culinary spices, cinnamon helps soothe the stomach. But a Japanese animal study revealed that it also might help prevent ulcers. It also appears to help people with diabetes metabolize sugar. In one form of diabetes (Type II, or non-insulin-dependent), the pancreas produces insulin, but the body cannot use it efficiently to break down glucose-the simple sugar that fuels body functions. U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers discovered that cinnamon reduces the amount of insulin necessary for glucose metabolism.

Xanthan Gum: Xanthan (pronounced zanthan, the “x” is the same as the “x” in Xerox”) gum is a microbial fermentation gum. Essentially, it is a gum modified by microbes just as foods such as wine, vinegar, yogurt, Swiss cheese, champagne or Brie is.

Although there are many types of gums, the most simple and wide-ranging explanation is that gums are plant flours (like starch or arrowroot) that make foods and other products thick. Gums are used in foods and pharmaceuticals for many reasons besides being used as a thickener.

Gums make gels like gelatin (which is derived mostly from pork and beef hides), and gums help to prevent ice crystals in ice cream and frozen foods. They also help retain moisture in foods so that they stay fresher, longer. Many people who cannot tolerate the gluten that is found in wheat-derived products also use gums. Many health food stores carry guar gum and Xanthan gum to replace starch as thickener for this purpose.

Guar Gum: Guar gum is extracted from the seed of Cyamopsis tetragonoloba, an annual leguminous plant originating from India and Pakistan, also cultivated in the United States. It is an emulsifier, thickener, and stabilizer approved for use in a wide range of foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.

Tricalcium Phosphate: Prevents clumping and provides clouding effect when powder mix is added to liquid. Tricalcium phosphate is also called “bone ash” and differs from the calcium in your bones by having a different crystal structure and by being dehydroxylated, which results in lower acid requirements for dissolution and absorption. Other than the lower stomach acid requirement, it is absorbed and transported by the same mechanisms as bone calcium, a form of calcium that omnivores and carnivores have been consuming since the beginning of life on earth, unlike calcium carbonate.

Magnesium Citrate: Magnesium is needed for bone, protein, and fatty acid formation, making new cells, activating B vitamins, relaxing muscles, clotting blood, and forming ATP-the energy the body runs on. Insulin secretion and function also require magnesium.

Trace Minerals: Minerals are necessary for normal metabolism, add mechanical strength to bones, are a component of enzymes and hormones; functions are buffers and regulate the balance and motion of fluids in and out of cells. Trace minerals are essential elements that occur in minute amounts, each one making up less than 0.005% of adult body weight.

Soy Lecithin: Extracted from soy beans, the same crop used to produce soy sauce and tofu (soy bean curd). Soy Lecithin binds chemically with cholesterol, thus reducing the amount of pure cholesterol in the bloodstream. Soy beans have tremendous medicinal potential. They contain estrogen-like compounds that, by taking the place of human estrogen, may ease symptoms of menopause and reduce the risk of estrogen-dependent tumors such as breast cancer. Researchers have also discovered a soy ingredient called genistein that--at least in the laboratory--appears to curb the growth of tumors.

Lecithin is a component of a number of foods, and it is widely attributed with certain positive effects on one’s health.

Many of the positive effects of lecithin consumption are based on the fact that lecithin is a major source of choline. Choline is a lipotropic substance…a substance, which aids in the digestion of fats. It is believed that choline helps the body to burn fat, and thereby acts as agent supporting weight loss. As choline increases fat metabolism it has been shown that it lowers blood cholesterol. Wide ranges of health problems are connected to blood cholesterol levels deemed too high. High blood cholesterol leads to a congestion of blood vessels and therefore is often an important factor in heart attacks and strokes.

As it supports fat metabolism and has been shown to aid in bringing down high blood cholesterol levels, lecithin can be considered a food component that protects against heart attack and stroke.

Choline also is a part of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. A sufficient intake of choline, primarily via the consumption of lecithin, is believed to have a positive effect on some mental functions, especially those connected to memory.

Potassium Citrate: Potassium is important in controlling the activity of you heart, muscles, nervous system, and just about every living cell in your body. Potassium activates enzymes for the use of amino acids, is involved in bone calcification, the conversion of blood sugar into the stored glycogen for energy reserves, muscle contraction and coordination. It plays a role in maintaining the water balance and integrity of your cells. It is important to nerve transmission. It is involved in the transport of choline for acetylcholine synthesis in your brain. Protein and carbohydrate metabolism, glucose breakdown and glycogen (stored glucose) are all potassium dependent. There is a correlation between a reduction of dietary potassium and a reduction in Growth Hormone.

Yucca Root (Yucca Baccata): This metabolism ingredient is what Native Americans have used for sprains, sores, bleeding, and all sorts of inflammation. Yucca is currently being used as a treatment for arthritis, although its effectiveness has not been officially recognized. Yucca, a desert plant related to the Joshua tree, grows primarily in the south western United States. The medicinal parts are the stalk and root. Yucca can be regarded as fairly safe; it's an FDA-approved food additive, used as a foaming agent in beverages such as root beer. Researchers testing Yucca for its effect against arthritis speculate that it works by blocking intestinal release of toxins that inhibit normal formation of cartilage. In test tube studies, an extract of one species of Yucca has been found to fight deadly melanoma cancer cells. It is also used to establish a flora balance in the GI tract and for asthmatic relief. Yucca root may have a laxative effect.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus: This is the most commonly used probiotic, or "friendly" bacteria. Such healthy bacteria inhabit the intestines and vagina and protect against the entrance and proliferation of "bad" organisms that can cause disease. This is accomplished through a variety of mechanisms. For example, the breakdown of food by L. acidophilus leads to production of lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and other by products that make the environment hostile for undesired organisms. L. acidophilus also produces lactase, the enzyme that breaks down milk sugar (lactose) into simple sugars. People who are lactose intolerant do not produce this enzyme. For this reason, L. acidophilus supplements may be beneficial for these individuals.

Psyllium Seed: Psyllium is a grain that is found in some cereal products, in certain dietary supplements, and in certain bulk fibre laxatives.

The psyllium seed husk is used primarily as a fibre supplement to promote bowel movements and ease constipation. Fibre is the indigestible material in plant foods, also known as roughage. High fibre diets help the digestive tract function properly. Psyllium absorbs water and expands as it travels through the digestive tract, which is why it is referred to as a bulk-forming laxative. Psyllium is also sometimes used to treat side effects of conventional cancer treatment, such as diarrhea and constipation.

Niacin: Niacin is a type of B vitamin. It is water-soluble, which means it is not stored in the body. Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water. Leftover amounts of the vitamin leave the body through the urine. That means you need a continuous supply of such vitamins in your diet. Niacin has long been used to increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL), the "good" cholesterol. But compared with other cholesterol drugs, niacin hasn't gotten much respect. It's just a simple B vitamin, nothing fancy. Still, it's hard to deny niacin's often-significant impact on your HDL cholesterol levels.

Zinc Oxide: Acts as a preserving agent that provides stability to the oil-soluble active ingredients.

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid): Vitamin C is essential to the human diet, since we are unable to produce our own like many other animals, because it is an important part of the synthesis of collagen and carnitine, and is also the human body’s primary water-soluble antioxidant. Vitamin C or Ascorbic acid aids in the making of collagen, which is a big part of blood vessels, bones, joints, teeth, gums and all connective tissue in the body. Some scientists, like Linus Pauling, have claimed that Vitamin C can cure anything from the common cold to cancer by stimulating the immune system and protecting the body against free radicals. Recent research has confirmed these theories. Vitamin C is very important in the healing of wounds and broken bones. It also aids in the production of hemoglobin and red blood cells in the bone marrow.

Copper Chelazome: Among its many functions, copper aids in the formation of bone, hair, hemoglobin and red blood cells. It works in balance with Zinc and Vitamin C to form Elastin, the elastic fiber substance that forms part of the connective tissue and collagen, which makes up part of the connective tissue. Copper is involved in the healing process, energy production, hair and skin coloring and taste sensitivity. It is also needed for healthy nerves. The word “Chelazome” refers to the patented process developed by Albion Laboratories that insures greater absorption and body utilization.

Manganese Chelazome: Manganese Chelazome enhances your basal metabolic rate while accelerating the use of stored fat for energy to significantly improve body composition. Results from studies have shown a 6.5% increase in lean body mass, and a 6% decrease in body fat. The word “Chelazome” refers to the patented process developed by Albion Laboratories that insures greater absorption and body utilization.

Vitamin A (Beta Carotene): Beta-Carotene has two roles in the body. It can be converted into vitamin A (retinol) if the body needs more vitamin A. If the body has enough vitamin A, instead of being converted, beta-carotene acts as an antioxidant, which protects cells from damage caused by harmful free radicals. It is also known to speed healing, and can be used in controlling many diseases and infections.

Vitamin E (succinate): Vitamin E is an important antioxidant, which can only be obtained from nutritional sources. It may be the only substance in the body capable of breaking free radical chain reaction—especially those taking places in the fats of cell membranes. Other functions of Vitamin E include stabilization of cell membranes, protection of the lungs from air pollutants, prevention of tumor growth, and protection of tissues of the skin, eyes, liver, breast and muscle. The succinate form is water-soluble.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid): Is a water-soluble B vitamin that is converted by the body into a compound called coenzyme A, which your body needs to change food into energy. Vitamin B5 is also known as the “anti-stress” vitamin because it supports the healthy functioning of your adrenal glands, the organs that help your body cope with all types of stress. Vitamin B5 is needed for proper nerve and muscle action and it is vital to maintaining a healthy immune system. It also seems to help decrease the painful symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

Bromelain (from Ananas Comomus): Bromelain is a mixture of protein-digesting enzymes found in pineapples ( Ananas comosus ). Bromelain supplements contain active substances that aid digestion and help reduce inflammation. It is useful in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, but it is particularly effective in relieving inflammation associated with infection and physical injuries such as Surgical Procedures and Sports Injuries, Wounds and Burns, Nasal and Sinus Congestion, Digestion, Arthritis and other Inflammatory Conditions and Infections.

Lactase (from Aspergillus Oryzae): Lactase is an enzyme obtained from a culture of Aspergillus niger and its variety, Aspergillus oryzae and its variety, Bacillus circulans, Saccharomyces genus. Lactase is essential for digestive hydrolysis of lactose in milk. Deficiency of the enzyme causes lactose intolerance. Its primary commercial use is to break down lactose in milk to make it suitable for people with lactose intolerance.

Lipase (from Rhizopus Oryzae): Is a water-soluble enzyme. This enzyme is responsible for breaking down fats in the human digestive system, a lipase acts to convert triglyceride substrates found in oils from food to monoglycerides and free fatty acids.

Cellulase (from Trichoderma Longibrachiatum): Is a water-soluble enzyme.

Protease (from Aspergillus Oryzae): Is an enzyme which breaks down protein.

Papain (from Carica papaya): A digestive enzyme, collected from papaya fruit. It breaks down large peptide proteins into smaller proteins.

Alpha Amylase (from Bacillus Subtilis): One of the two primary enzymes responsible for breaking starch down into sugar.

Acid-Stable Protease (from Aspergillus Niger): Is an enzyme.

Biotin: Is also known as vitamin H or B7. It is a water-soluble B-complex vitamin. Biotin is used in cell growth, the production of fatty acids and in the metabolism of fats and amino acids. Biotin is also helpful in maintaining a steady blood sugar level. Biotin is often recommended for strengthening hair and nails.

Selenium (Amino Acid Chelate): Is an essential trace mineral. Selenium activates an antioxidant enzyme called glutathione peroxidase, which may help protect the body from cancer. Selenium is also essential for healthy immune functioning. Even in a non-deficient population of elderly people, selenium supplementation has been found to stimulate the activity of white blood cells. Selenium is also needed to activate thyroid hormones.

Iodine (Amino Acid Chelate): An element that is necessary for the body to make thyroid hormone. Iodine is crucial for proper regulation of metabolism, helping the body burn off excess sugar and avoiding the build up of fat that comes from binding up acids created from sugar metabolism.

Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol): Adequate levels of Vitamin D are required for the proper absorption of calcium and phosphorus in the small intestines. Vitamin D further supports and regulates the use of these minerals for the growth and developments of the bones and teeth. Because of this vital link, adequate intake of Vitamin D is critically important for the proper mineralization of bones and teeth in developing children. Vitamin D also aids in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, osteomalacia and hypocalcemia in adults.

Manganese Chelazome (Amino Acid Chelate): Manganese Chelazome enhances your basal metabolic rate while accelerating the use of stored fat for energy to significantly improve body composition. Results from studies have shown a 6.5% increase in lean body mass, and a 6% decrease in body fat. The word “Chelazome” refers to the patented process developed by Albion Laboratories that insures greater absorption and body utilization.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): Vitamin B2, also known as Riboflavin, is an easily absorbed, water-soluble, micronutrient with a key role in maintaining human health. Like the other B vitamins, riboflavin supports energy production by aiding in the metabolization of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Vitamin B2 is also required for red blood cell formation and respiration, antibody production and for regulating human growth and reproduction. Riboflavin is known to alleviate eye fatigue, prevent and treat cataracts, increase energy levels, and aid in boosting immune system function. It also plays a key role in maintaining healthy hair, skin and nails and in combination with vitamin B6, forms part of an effective treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) is utilized by the body mainly in the conversion of amino acids, fats and carbohydrates to energy. Studies have also alluded to the fact that thiamin may be used in the maintenance of the nervous system. In its basic role of energy metabolism, the vitamin participates in oxidative decarboxylation reactions as seen in alpha-keto acids, transfers carbon atoms in transketolation reactions (conversion from acids to energy and by-products), converts glyoxylate to carbon dioxide, thus removing excess glycolic acid and precursors to oxalates. It also helps in the conversion of carbohydrates to fat.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCI): Vitamin B6 is an important nutrient that supports more vital bodily functions than any other vitamin. This is due to its role as a coenzyme involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Vitamin B6 is also responsible for the manufacture of hormones, red blood cells, neurotransmitters, enzymes and prostaglandin’s. Vitamin B6 is required for the production of serotonin, a brain neurotransmitter that controls our moods, appetite, sleep patterns and sensitivity to pain. A deficiency of vitamin B6 can quickly lead to insomnia and a profound malfunctioning of the central nervous system.

Among its many benefits, vitamin B6 is recognized for helping to maintain healthy immune system functions, for protecting the heart from cholesterol deposits, and for preventing kidney stone formation. B6 is also effective in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, premenstrual syndrome, night leg cramps, allergies, asthma and arthritis.

Folate (Folic Acid): Among its various important roles, folic acid is a vital coenzyme required for the proper synthesis of RNA and DNA, the nucleic acids that maintain our genetic codes and insure healthy cell division. Adequate levels of folic acid are essential for energy production and protein metabolism, for the formulation of red blood cells and for the proper functioning of the intestinal tract.

Chromium Chelavite (Amino Acid Chelate): Adequate levels of chromium are required for the synthesis of enzymes, proteins, fats and cholesterol. This vital nutrient can also help increase lean body mass while reducing body fat. Chromium can also help to lower levels of Low Density Lipoprotein, or bad cholesterol and help prevent cardiovascular disease, one of the country’s leading causes of death. A key indicator of coronary artery disease is dangerously low levels of chromium in blood plasma. Inadequate intake of chromium can impair the production of GTF, limiting insulin activity. This results in high blood sugar levels, glucose intolerance and can lead to symptoms similar to adult-onset diabetes.

Molybdenum (Amino Acid Chelate): A trace element that in supplemental form is known to cleanse the body of toxic compounds, generate energy, help manufacture hemoglobin and relieve symptoms of Arthritis and Asthma.

Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin): Vitamin B12 is a particularly important coenzyme that is required for the proper synthesis of DNA, which controls the healthy formation of new cells throughout the body. B12 also supports the action of vitamin C, and is necessary for the proper digestion and absorption of foods, for protein synthesis and for the normal metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. Additionally, vitamin B12 prevents nerve damage by contributing to the formation of the myelin sheath that insulates nerve cells. B12 also maintains fertility and helps promote normal growth and development in children.

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