GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct to reduce your homocysteine level

GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct

GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct is a supplement specially formulated by GNLD’s Scientific Advisory Board to lower the level of homocysteine in the blood to keep your heart and blood vessels healthy.

For a long time, cholesterol has been considered the number one enemy…the main cause of heart disease. However, many people with heart disease do not have a problem with cholesterol. And many people with high cholesterol, who are therefore expected to develop heart disease, remain healthy.

Why is this? Well, many experts think there must be something else involved in heart disease. And that something is homocysteine.

what’s homocysteine?

Homocysteine is an amino acid that’s not found in the food we eat. It’s made in the body from an amino acid called methionine, an amino acid naturally found in food. Red meat, for example, contains methionine.

In a healthy person eating vegetables and fruits, oily fish, chicken, a little red meat, and some whole grains, homocysteine is not a problem. The varied diet provides the nutrients the body needs to recycle homocysteine back to methionine. Or to another useful natural amino acid, called cysteine.

Trouble is, not many people eat enough fresh vegetables and fruits every day. Many don’t eat fish at all, never mind oily fish. Many choose only white bread, white sugar, white pasta, and lots of other highly processed foods from supermarkets, take-aways, and fast food outlets, from which the original vitamins and minerals have been mostly lost.

The result is that the nutrients needed to recycle homocysteine and keep it at a healthy level are simply not being eaten, and many people’s homocysteine levels are high.

effect of increased homocysteine level

When the amount of homocysteine in the blood rises beyond a certain level, it starts to ‘corrode’ the blood vessels. Nature’s way of dealing with areas of ‘corrosion’ is to stick a ‘plaster’ over them, and the material used for the ‘plasters’ is cholesterol.

So, the more the inside surfaces of the blood vessels are attacked by high homocysteine levels, the more cholesterol is used to patch the defects, and the thicker the cholesterol ‘plasters’ become.

The cholesterol ‘plasters’ reduce the space available for blood to flow through the blood vessels, and eventually block the flow altogether. If the flow is reduced in a blood vessel supplying the heart muscle, angina is the result. And if the flow stops altogether, the result is a heart-attack, or if it’s stopped in a blood-vessel in the brain, a stroke.

how to reduce homocysteine levels

Of course, the best way is to make an honest review of all the stuff you’ve eaten in the last week. If there were lots of fruits and vegetables, fish, skinless chicken, and whole-grain products, that’s fine.

If you find yourself grabbing a bite and eating on the go most days, it’s worth taking a good look at GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct.

GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct formulated to lower potentially-damaging homocysteine levels

GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct contains the nutrients needed to encourage your body to recycle homocysteine, and keep it at a low level…

  • vitamin B6
  • folic acid
  • vitamin B12
  • choline
  • inositol
  • betaine
  • lemon bioflavonoids
  • hesperidin

what the nutrients do

The description on the side of our pot of Lipotropic Adjunct explains very well how the nutrients work, so here’s a jpeg of it…

Lipotropic Adjunct side panel

That is a bit small, so if you find it not clear enough to read, and you aren’t able to magnify it, please read it full-size on the product guide page.

further reading

On the back cover of the book, ‘The H Factor’, by Patrick Holford and Dr James Braly, there’s a question that made me sit up and take notice…

‘One in two people dies from preventable diseases, and one in two people has a high homocysteine level. The question is, which one are you?’

Not to overstate it, the information in the book could save your life. The ISBN is 0-7499-2419-5 and it’s published by Piatkus.

If you’re interested in the biochemistry, there’s an excellent entry in our good friend, Wikipedia.

Read enough? If you want to get yourself some GNLD Lipotropic Adjunct to make sure your homocysteine level remains in the healthy zone,

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