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lipH is a modified value added silicon based compound. In its concentrated form lipH has a pH of 13.7 +/-.
All In-vitro and In-vivo testing show miraculous results
In-vitro testing yield the following data, lipH:
- Prevented attachment of deformed cells
- Reduced harmful mutations in the DNA
- Induced apoptosis (programmed cell death)
- Stimulated important antioxidant enzymes
- Increased nitric oxide dependent anti-viral effects
- Inhibited enzymes important in viral assembly, metabolism, and replication
- Caused changes in the viral carbohydrate composition and metabolism
- Inhibited the activity of the enzyme responsible for transcribing reverse transcription
(Antiretroviral therapy (ART) reduces human deficiency virus (HIV) RNA load and the probability of transmitting HIV to an HIV-uninfected partner.)
In-vivo testing yield the following data, lipH:
- Precipitated a significant increase in SOD
- Precipitated a significant increase in Catalase
- Precipitated a significant increase in Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH)
- Precipitated a significant increase in TRX
- Precipitated a significant increase in the Heat Shock Protein expression
Each of the above is instrumental in Increased Life Expectancy and protection from heavy metal toxicity and cellular protection from cancer.
What this means:
lipH works within the body to boost the body’s metabolism and to return cells to their normal functioning state. By regulating the body’s internal environment, it helps to establish and maintain a balanced and stable condition , highly conducive to optimal functionality.
The body is constantly adjusting its inner workings to stay balanced and healthy. Pollution, bad eating habits, injury, illness, stress, age, not treating our bodies as well as we should and just with time, our body’s defense needed to fight on so many fronts becomes overwhelmed and over-run and its ability regulate itself becomes diminished.
On a cellular level Liph:
- Reduced oxidative stress
- Increased Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)
- Increased Catalase
- Increased Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH)
All of these play a critical role in a body’s ability to establish a strong and healthy system.
Oxidation, in itself, is a very normal process – If you are alive & well human being there are chemical reactions occurring in your body. One side effect of these chemical reactions is that free radicals are being produced. The body’s Immune System will actually create free radicals in order to fight off disease. Not all free radicals are bad for you, however, it becomes a problem when there are disturbances in the natural oxidation process and if the amount of free radicals is greater than the body can handle, the results can be very destructive.
Free oxygen radicals are created during the metabolism of normal oxygen cells (oxidation), but other than the normal chemical reactions that occur in the body to keep you alive, there are negative environmental factors which increase free radical production.
- Daily stress – emotional and physical
- Ozone depletion
- Air pollutants
- Smoking cigarettes
- Radiation (which includes UV rays from the sun)
- Industrial chemicals
- Processed foods
- Drugs – recreational and prescription
These free radicals are atoms missing a simple electron, but in their frantic search for that “simple electron”, they become biological criminals. They often pulls an electron off a neighboring atom or molecule, causing the affected atom or molecule to become a free radical itself. The new free radical can then pull an electron off the next atom or molecule, and a chemical chain reaction of radical production occurs. The free radicals produced in such reactions often terminate by removing an electron from a molecule which becomes changed or cannot function without it. Such an event causes damage to the molecule, and thus to the cell that contains it, since the molecule often becomes dysfunctional.
Some of the most potentially harmful substances in the body are not toxins that enter from the external environment, but rather internally generated pro-oxidants. While oxygen is essential for life, its use comes at a cost, as it poses a potential threat to biological systems. Accordingly, living systems require an entire system of compounds dedicated to neutralizing oxygen’s harmful effects.
The antioxidant enzymes produced within our bodies are complex proteins that often incorporate minerals such as selenium, zinc and silica in their intricate structures. These antioxidant enzymes serve as the body’s most potent defense against free radicals and ensuing inflammatory reactions. They include Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH), Catalase, and perhaps the most important internally generated antioxidant of all – Superoxide Dismutase (SOD).
Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)
For years, scientists have found a way to boost one of the body’s most powerful natural antioxidant enzymes, Superoxide Dismutase (SOD).
SOD is one of the body’s primary internal anti-oxidant defenses, and plays a critical role in reducing the oxidative stress implicated in atherosclerosis and other life-threatening diseases. Studies have shown that it can play a critical role in reducing internal inflammation and lessening pain associated with conditions such as arthritis.
When delicate Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) molecules are delivered intact to the intestines and absorbed into the bloodstream, they effectively enhance the body’s own primary defense system. Once in circulation in the bloodstream, these powerful antioxidants go to work detoxifying potentially harmful substances and reducing oxidative stress that might otherwise contribute to aging and crippling diseases such as atherosclerosis, stroke, and arthritis.
As another example, consider the visible effects of free radical damage to collagen. Healthy collagen is responsible for the skin’s elasticity and its youthful appearance. As we age, internally generated free oxygen radicals gradually damage the molecular structure of collagen, eventually producing outward signs of aging such as skin wrinkling and sagging. For the first time, scientists at the University of Aarhus in Denmark have shown that SOD plays an important role in preventing this damage from occurring.
SOD is found in both the skin (dermis) and the layers underneath (epidermis) and is key to the production of fibroblasts or healthy skin building cells.
Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) binds directly to collagen, which it protects from oxidation. Reporting in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, was noted that SOD protects type I collagen from oxidative breakdown. This interaction may play an essential physiological role in preventing fragmentation of collagen during oxidative stress
By strengthening the body’s primary antioxidant systems, Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) may offer the most powerful free radical protection available today.
SOD is currently in the spotlight of anti-aging researchers. Studies have shown that Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) acts as both an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory in the body, neutralizing the free radicals that can lead to wrinkles and premutated cell changes.
Unfortunately, as we age, free radical levels increase while Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) levels drop.
There are two types of SOD: copper/zinc SOD which protects the cells’ cytoplasm and manganese SOD which protects the mitochondria. Each type plays a different role in helping our cells stay healthy.
Many researchers believe that abnormalities in the copper/zinc SOD may contribute to the development of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) which is better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. This is because without the SOD these people are not protected from superoxide which destroys their nerve cells. This is a disease which causes a deterioration of motor nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord.
SOD has also been used to treat arthritis, prostate problems, corneal ulcers, burn injuries, inflammatory diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, as well as long-term damage from exposure to smoke and radiation, and even to prevent side effects from cancer drugs. It is also being used to reduce facial wrinkles and scar tissue, heal wounds and burns, lighten dark skin (hyper-pigmentation) and protect skin against harmful UV rays.
SOD is the body’s most crucial antioxidant, as it is responsible for disarming the most dangerous free radicals of all: the highly reactive superoxide radicals. SOD is responsible for catalyzing the conversion of superoxide to elemental oxygen and Hydrogen Peroxide. This transformation is called dismutation. Although Hydrogen Peroxide is also a pro-oxidant compound, it is subsequently converted by the enzymes Catalase and Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) Peroxidase to simple water and oxygen.
Catalase in details:
- It is resent in all aerobic organisms. It is an antioxidant enzyme produced naturally within the body. Main function – to convert Hydrogen Peroxide or oxygenated water into a molecule of water and a molecule of oxygen gas, as in the reaction: 2(H2O2) = 2H2O + O2.
- Hydrogen Peroxide is a by-product of many metabolic reactions that must be eliminated as soon as it forms. Without the intervention of Catalase, accumulation of Hydrogen Peroxide would be fatal.
- Hydrogen Peroxide is a naturally occurring but very destructive waste product of all Oxygen-dependent organisms that is produced when fatty acids are converted to energy and also when white blood cells attack and kill bacteria.
- Critical in breaking down potentially harmful toxins such as alcohol, phenol and formaldehyde and helps prevent Hydrogen Peroxide from converting to the potentially damaging hydroxyl radicals that can attack and mutate DNA.
- Works closely with Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) to prevent free radical damage to the body. The SOD converts the dangerous superoxide radical to Hydrogen Peroxide, and Catalase then turns that into water and oxygen. Catalase has to be one of the most efficient enzymes found in our cells. Every second each Catalase enzyme is converting millions of Hydrogen Peroxide molecules into water and oxygen.
- Catalase is a globular protein formed of four identical chains of amino acids (each over 500 amino acids long); each chain includes a chemical group called “heme”, an organic molecule containing an atom of iron. It helps the body convert Hydrogen Peroxide into water and oxygen, thus preventing the formation of carbon dioxide bubbles in the blood.
- Used in bacteriology for identifying particular bacteria. When bacteria are added to Hydrogen Peroxide, effervescence will occur if Catalase is present, as a result of the release of dioxygen.
- Has potent capacity for combating oxidative reactions (the same process that makes metal rust), meaning it can protect cell membranes and DNA from this damaging oxidation process.
- Strengthens cardiac muscle and protects against age-related heart problems.
We need oxygen to live, yet when the body uses oxygen it produces free radicals that damage cell membranes, proteins, and DNA. Free radicals are also thought to be a key component of the aging process. Given its polyvalence and lack of toxicity, Catalase is at the foundation of any anti-ageing program.
Peroxisomes contain at least 50 different enzymes, which are involved in a variety of biochemical pathways in different types of cells. Peroxisomes originally were defined as organelles that carry out oxidation reactions leading to the production of Hydrogen Peroxide. Because Hydrogen Peroxide is harmful to the cell, Peroxisomes also contain the enzyme Catalase, which decomposes Hydrogen Peroxide either by converting it to water or by using it to oxidize another organic compound. A variety of substrates are broken down by such oxidative reactions in Peroxisomes, including uric acid, amino acids, and fatty acids. The oxidation of fatty acids is a particularly important example, since it provides a major source of metabolic energy.
Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH)
Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) is your body’s most abundant natural antioxidant. It stands head-and-shoulders above all of the others. It is the body’s “Master Antioxidant!”
Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) is fundamental to a wide range of metabolic and regulatory functions throughout the body. Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) protects the skin, your vision, the lens of the eyes and the retina from radiation from the sun, boosts your body system, helps turn carbohydrates into energy, and prevents the buildup of oxidized fats that contribute to atherosclerosis and its associated risk factors: diabetes; high blood pressure; high blood cholesterol; high fat diet; obesity; heart disease and increasing age. It is the best detoxifier the body has in its arsenal.
Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) is a tripeptide created in the body from the amino acids glutamine, cysteine and glycine. It is not only the body’s most important antioxidant but it is known to be one of the best detoxifiers in the body. Healthy levels of GSH) strengthen the body against heavy metal toxins and Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) is used to treat lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium poisoning.
Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) helps keep red and white blood cells healthy to maximize the disease-fighting power of the body’s system. GSH also appears to have an anti-aging effect on the body.
In today’s world it is very easy to become depleted in Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH).
Exposure to sunlight, environmental toxins and pollutants, household chemicals, pharmaceutical drug use, recreational drug use, heavy metals, surgery, inflammation, burns, viral or bacterial infections, and intense physical exercise can all diminish the body’s Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) reserves. Illness, chronic disorders such as asthma and rheumatoid arthritis, injury, or heavy exposure to pollutants also causes a GSH deficiency. This is because your body uses more GSH when it is supporting white blood cells and ridding the body of toxins. GSH levels decline with age and a lack of Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) has been shown to leave the body more vulnerable to damage by free radicals, thus speeding up oxidation and ageing of the body.
A Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) deficiency can have a devastating effect on the nervous system, causing such symptoms as lack of balance and coordination, mental disorders, and tremors. Deficiency in Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) has been linked to a number of diseases including anemia, neuropathy, HIV/AIDS, cirrhosis, hepatitis, COPD, asthma, Crohn’s Disease, gastritis, duodenal ulcer, pancreatitis, heart attack, coronary artery disease, stroke, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, cystic fibrosis, cancer, seizure disorders and autism.
In fact, autism researchers have found that 100% of the kids studied had “unusually low concentration of the antioxidant Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) in their cells” while none of the healthy kids showed this problem.
This pattern is consistent with an inability to detoxify poisons, especially heavy metals, such as mercury or lead. That’s because Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) normally binds to heavy metals and the body then targets the molecular complex for elimination.
Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) is a very hot topic in the Autistic community and there is a strong belief that increasing GSH on a cellular level can be very beneficial to Autistic children.
Catalase, SOD and Glutathione Peroxidase (GSH) Peroxidase are crucial to good human health and also have the potential to increase the human lifespan. These amazing enzymes are crucial in protecting our cells from the world we live in and even in protecting us from many of our bad habits
As we age our cells’ production of these amazing enzymes goes down, caused by our diets and lifestyles – seemed to be inevitable in the past
The exciting news is that we CAN increase the cells’ own production and utilization of these three super-antioxidant enzymes by maintaining a proper pH in our bodies with the help of lipH
And, the benefits don’t stop here! lipH is must to have when battling cell mutation in any stage!
The cells of a multicellular organism are members of a highly organized community. The number of cells in this community is tightly regulated—not simply by controlling the rate of cell division, but also by controlling the rate of cell death. If cells are no longer needed, they commit suicide by activating an intracellular death program. This process is therefore called programmed cell death, although it is more commonly called apoptosis (from a Greek word meaning “falling off,” as leaves from a tree). The amount of apoptosis that occurs in developing and adult animal tissues can be astonishing. In the developing vertebrate nervous system, for example, up to half or more of the nerve cells normally die soon after they are formed. In a healthy adult human, billions of cells die in the bone marrow and intestine every hour. It seems remarkably wasteful for so many cells to die, especially as the vast majority are perfectly healthy at the time they kill themselves. What purposes does this massive cell death serve?
In many cases, cell death helps regulate cell numbers. In the developing nervous system, for example, cell death adjusts the number of nerve cells to match the number of target cells that require innervation. In all these cases, the cells die by apoptosis. In adult tissues, cell death exactly balances cell division. If this were not so, the tissue would grow or shrink.
If part of the liver is removed in an adult rat, for example, liver cell proliferation increases to make up the loss. Conversely, if a rat is treated with the drug phenobarbital—which stimulates liver cell division (and thereby liver enlargement)—and then the phenobarbital treatment is stopped, apoptosis in the liver greatly increases until the liver has returned to its original size, usually within a week or so. Thus, the liver is kept at a constant size through the regulation of both the cell death rate and the cell birth rate.
Cells that die as a result of acute injury typically swell and burst. They spill their contents all over their neighbors—a process called cell necrosis—causing a potentially damaging inflammatory response. By contrast, a cell that undergoes apoptosis dies neatly, without damaging its neighbors. The cell shrinks and condenses. The cytoskeleton collapses, the nuclear envelope disassembles, and the nuclear DNA breaks up into fragments. Most importantly, the cell surface is altered, displaying properties that cause the dying cell to be rapidly phagocytized, either by a neighboring cell or by a macrophage, before any leakage of its contents occurs. This not only avoids the damaging consequences of cell necrosis but also allows the organic components of the dead cell to be recycled by the cell that ingests it.
In multicellular organisms, cells that are no longer needed or are a threat to the organism are destroyed by a tightly regulated cell suicide process known as programmed cell death, or apoptosis.
Apoptosis plays a crucial role in developing and maintaining health by eliminating old cells, unnecessary cells, and unhealthy cells. The human body replaces perhaps a million cells a second.
Too little or too much apoptosis plays a role in a great many diseases. When programmed cell death does not work right, cells that are malignant or unhealthy and that should die off and be replaced by healthy ones don’t and continue to grow, such as cancer and leukemia cells.
When apoptosis works too well, it begins killing healthy cells and inflicting tissue damage, which can cause strokes, and neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer, Huntington, and Parkinson diseases. We believe returning normal cell function and normal apoptosis function to these cells could play a major role in stopping these diseases.
In-vitro tests results show LIPH induces apoptosis on colon cells.
Drinking alkaline water will help to improve our body’s immune system.
Liph is a natural antioxidant that balances body pH. Proper body pH is a factor in strengthening our immune system, that aids in the reduction of abnormal cells.
All the substances that break down food in the digestive tract are water-base. Acid reflux is thought to be caused by the production of too much stomach acid.
However, too little stomach acid due to chronic dehydration is often the real cause. When the stomach doesn’t have enough acid for digestion, food stays in your stomach too long and gets pushed back up, along with some acid.
Colitis pain is a signal of water shortage in the large intestine. It is associated with constipation because the large intestine extracts the last drop of water from the contents – thus the lack of water lubrication.
Drinking Liph Alkaline water every day will help to minimize constipation
Alkaline water will help improve bone structure. Proper body pH minimizes the body’s need to rob calcium from our bones, which can lead to osteoporosis. Drinking sufficient Alkaline water “Liph” during the day will help minimize the discomfort of body pains caused by arthritis and rheumatism, both of which have been linked to dehydration.
Drinking Alkaline water will minimize dehydration, considerably reduce glucose levels in your blood, and in early stages reduce the development of diabetes.
Depression, chronic fatigue, muscle pains, and many other conditions are signs of long term body dehydration.
It is extremely important for all of us to drink Liph Alkaline water to maintain a Healthy way of living
|Drinking 6 to 8 glasses of Alkaline water, per day, will improve the elasticity of our arteries and veins and the flow of blood, thereby minimizing the risk of heart attacks.|
|Studies show drinking alkaline water “Liph” will help minimize the level of Cholesterol and Triglycerides.|
|85% of our brain is water. A decrease in brain hydration can impair the ability to transmit electronic signals through our body.
It is very important to drink Alkaline water to maintain brain function at its maximum efficiency.
|Some migraines may be caused by a lack of water needed by our brain and eyes. Alkaline water will help your body maintain a healthy hydration. A 2% reduction of water in our body can cause temporary loss of memory and difficulty reading|
|It only takes seconds to convert regular drinking water into an Alkaline Water. Just adding a few drops of liph, will help your entire family maintain a proper pH in the body to stay healthy!|
Unfortunately, here on the website, its prohibited to prescribe, consult, or make regimens, etc., so for life threatening diseases such as cancer, diabetes, HIV AIDS, Hep C etc., please follow your lipH protocol prescribed by your naturopathic doctor or wellness consultant.
You can also improve and/or heal your skin and hair by addressing your pH level topically, using LIPH alkaline body lotion, LIPH alkaline face gel, LIPH alkaline topical spray or LIPH alkaline Locks Shampoo
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