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Friday Pearls

Friday Pearls

Biosyntrx Core Values

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Biosyntrx subscribes to Simon Sinek's core values that "Start With Why." Identifying corporate Why, How and What commitment to the sustainability of life on a healthy planet is proving to be far more grounded in the biology of human decision-making than once thought. Our Why, How and What goals are to inspire individuals and organizat...

Iron: A Double Edged Sword

Friday, September 12, 2014

Iron is essential for cell survival and function, yet excess iron is toxic to cells. It plays a major role in hemoglobin function (moving oxygen around the body), cellular energy generation and destroying invading microorganisms. It also aids in biological function of enzymes.

Calling All Eye Doctors

Friday, September 05, 2014

Colorado, the leanest state in the nation, is proud to be hosting the 2014 American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, as well at the Ocular Nutrition Society Rocky Mountain Nutrition High six hour COPE approved nutrition education symposium on November 11.

Fish Consumption & Brain Health

Friday, August 29, 2014

An article in the Well blog section of last Sunday’s New York Times reported on a study published in the peer-reviewed American Journal of Preventive Medicine that suggests eating fish is associated with a healthy increase in brain volume, but it is apparently not because of its omega-3 fatty acids content.

Ocular Surface Sags & Wrinkles

Friday, August 22, 2014

Just as eyelids, jowls, breasts, bellies and chins sag with the aging process, apparently so does our ocular surface tissue.The somewhat intimidating term used to describe yet another aging event is called conjunctivochalasis.

Biosyntrx Company Fitbit Challenge

Friday, August 08, 2014

Biosyntrx walks our talk about the role dietary intake, daily exercise and passion for something plays in full body health, disease prevention and doing whatever we can to help lower the cost of health care.

The Art of Balancing Nutrition

Friday, July 25, 2014

The chemicals of life act in balanced concert with one another. Only after the baseline of essential nutrients is met on a daily basis is it considered completely safe to add individual nutrients in higher amounts for therapeutic purposes.  

Angiogenesis and Eye Health

Friday, July 18, 2014

Peer-reviewed journals continue to publish a number of studies that discuss vascular endothelial grrowth factor (VEGF), a glycoprotein that acts as a growth factor specific to endothelial cells that line the entire circulatory system from the heart to the smallest capillary in the eye and brain.

Protein, Enzymes & Digestion

Friday, June 27, 2014

Proteins are the building blocks of the human body. They are about 80 percent of the dry weight of muscle, 70 percent of the dry weight of skin, and 90 percent of blood. They are responsible for transporting all molecules into and out of cells. 

Brain Health & Meat Consumpton

Friday, June 20, 2014

A study published in the International Journal of Tryptophan Research by Drs. Adrian Williams and Robin Dunbar of the Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, suggests that meat eating was a game changer for human evolution, including brain development. They also suggest that lack of meat can cause deficiencies of nicotinamide (NAD), which is also know as niacin (vitamin B3) and tryptophan, necessary for brain health and energy.

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