Medulla Complex - 60 CP by MBi Nutraceuticals
Medulla Complex - 60 CP by Molecular Biologics - MBi Nutraceuticals
The health of the medulla depends on many amino acids, which aid in transmission of information. The ingredients of this formulation work to provide the medulla with the nutrients it needs for optimal health.
Support and encourage proper brain function with Medulla Complex. Medulla Complex contains glandular brain tissue. Glandular tissues are rich sources of nutrients, enzymes, and other factors that support specific gland-related metabolism and physiological function.
THE HEALTH OF THE MEDULLA DEPENDS ON MANY AMINO ACIDS
Amino acids aid in neuro-transmission of all information, especially choline and inositol which develop acetylcholine in the brain. The energy of the brain is developed in the Krebs cycle with the addition of Vitamin B1. Glutamine is formed from glutamate, which controls nitrogen metabolism which is essential for the health of the brain. It also controls bacteria such as E. coli and is a neuro-transmitter for the brain.
Glycine is an amino acetic acid and is of special value in cases showing high creatinuria (loss of creatine), a manifestation of treatment of muscle degeneration. Glycine has been effective in the treatment of muscular dystrophy, in which creatine is not utilized in the muscle. Creatine is essential for muscle function, and is a form of phosphocreatine. It is a vital part of adenosinetriphosphate-creatine phosphoric cycle for the breakdown of glycogen and the liberation of energy for muscle function.
Aspartic Acid is a form of asparagine. It is a non-essential amino acid which increases resistance to fatigue. Aspartic acid is comprised of nitrogen used to form ribonucleotides, which are precursors of RNA and DNA. Aspartic acid aids in the disposal of ammonia from the body. Ammonia is highly toxic and it if enters the circulatory system can damage the brain.
L-Glutamine protects bacteria cells against poisoning by alcohol, and is a fuel for the brain along with glucose. L-Glutamine also picks up excess ammonia, thus serving as a buffer. A shortage of L-Glutamine in the diet or brain results in brain damage due to excess ammonia and is important in regulating the compounds that enter into a series of vital reactions called the citric acid cycle. Glutamic acid does not easily pass through the blood-brain barrier, but the amide form of glutamic acid, L-Glutamine does.
L-Phenylalanine is another essential amino acid and is a neurotransmitter in the brain. It works with L-Tyrosine to form norepinephrine and dopamine for learning the memory functions in the brain. It causes the release of a hormone called CCK, which transmits a signal for when you are full, and thus is a good appetite suppressant. D-Phenylalanine, the mirror image of L-Phenylalanine, found in bacteria and plant tissue, has been shown to be an effective remedy for chronic pain.
Tyrosine, a non-essential amino acid, is a precursor of dopamine and epinephrine. It helps transmit nerve impulses from one cell to another in the brain. It also elevates brain levels of norepinephrine, which would improve neuro-transmissions and alleviate depression. L-Tyrosine can be produced in the body from L-Phenylalanine.
As a dietary supplement, take two to four capsules per day following meals or as directed by your health care professional.
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