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Idebenone ETC within mitochondria

Idebenone/ETC within Mitochondria

IdebenoneCoQ10 is also an important member of the Electron Transport Chain (ETC) within mitochondria, the power plants contained in every cell (Fig. 2). Most of the oxygen we breathe is used inside the ETC to produce much of the ATP bioenergy that powers virtually every activity of our cells and bodies.

Without CoQ10, or a good substitute, human life quickly ends. Idebenone (IDB) may be a better CoQ10 that has been extensively researched for over 15 years.

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Multi-Life Complete vitamin blend with 72 trace minerals, Electrolytes, Brain Support blend and 10 Enzyme pattern bursts.

Multilife-1bottleA good multi vitamin must be life sustaining. It must not only supply all of the essential factors, but the missing links as well. By employing he fundamental chemistry of enzymes, HBC has engineered a multi vitamin that is more spectacularly efficient than anything else available on the market.

Multi-LIfe can give you every essential vitamin and mineral* your brain and body needs to function optimally. And it will activate them with patterned bursts of health supporting cellular enzymes.

The ten Enzyme pattern  bursts are: 

Bromelain: derived from pineapple. powerful anti-inflammatory, helps break down fiber and some protein. A common ingredient n meat tenderizer.

Amylase, starts in the mouth,  breaks down starch.

Protease: breaks down protein  Proteases occur naturally in all organisms and constitute 1-5% of the gene content. These enzymes are involved in a multitude of physiological reactions from simple digestion of food proteins to highly regulated cascades (e.g., the blood clotting cascade and complement systems).

Lactase: digests dairy products

Lipase;  water soluble enzyme breaks down various fats.  Lipase is found in the spaces outside cells and has a role in the metabolism, absorption and transport of lipids throughout the body. Biological membranes are integral to living cells and are largely composed of phospholipids, lipases play very important roles in cell biology.  Furthermore, lipases are involved in diverse biological processes ranging from routine metabolism of fat to inflammation. 

Cellulase, fat soluble, breaks down glucose and fiber. Most animals (including humans) do not produce cellulase in their bodies, and are therefore unable to use most of the energy contained in plant material.

Maltase: produced in the lining of the small intestine, is a catalyst to other enzymes and vitamins. Breaks down carbohydrates. Maltase is secreted by the surface cells of the villi, which are thin projections on the mucosa. These are found throughout the small intestine, but differ in shape in the duodenum and ileum sections.

Invertase, breaks down sugars, glucose and fructose. It is also synthesized by bees, who use it to make honey from nectar.

Papain,  derived from papaya, breaks down various meat proteins. It consists of 212 amino acids stabilized 3 disulfide bridges. In immunology, papain is known to cleave the Fc (crystallisable) portion of antibodies from the Fab (antigen-binding) portion.

Pepsin; breaks down different types of protein. It can  digest up to 20% of ingested carbon bonds by cleaving preferentially after the N-terminal of aromatic amino acids such as phenylalanine and tyrosine.

These 10 enzymes synergize each other’s action rendering Multi-Life’s  vitamins and minerals more bio-available; driving them deeper into the cell. This means you won’t have to load up on excessively wasteful levels of vitamins, especially fat soluble vitamins, which can be potentially toxic to the liver.  

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‘No Depression’ Music Magazine Folds

Nodepression200_tallThe latest (and second-to-last) cover of No Depression features Shelby Lynne.

All Things Considered, February 21, 2008 – For the past 13 years, No Depression has turned its readers on to music not heard on commercial radio. But this week, the publishers of the magazine announced that the May-June issue will be their last. Grant Alden and Peter Blackstock talk about how the magazine they co-founded has fallen victim to a vastly different landscape in music retail.

The magazine, which grew out of a message board on AOL called No Depression (after the Uncle Tupelo album, which was named after a Carter family song), originally covered what some have called alt-country. But Blackstock says that as the magazine grew, they were able to accommodate more styles and genres. At the same time, the musicians they were covering broadened their boundaries.

No Depression plans to expand its presence on the Web. Being Web-only might increase its audience, actually, but Alden and Blackstock lament the loss of experiencing the magazine in print.

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Delta Burke Wants to Be the “Face of Depression”

DeltaburkeA month after voluntarily checking herself into a hospital for psychiatric treatment, Delta Burke opens up for the first time about her diagnosis, progress and her lifelong battle with depression. The 51-year-old first noticed her symptoms at the age of 13, though she recalls having anxiety even in kindergarten. Her dependency on multiple drugs over the years eventually caused even more problems, which was what propelled her to seek treatment last month. “I was on five different kinds of medication,” she says. “After a couple of years the meds stopped working. I needed an adjustment under a physician’s care. I was being proactive. Now I’m on two medications.”

Delta was diagnosed with double depression, which she compares to “two scoops of ice cream.” Her darkest moment came years ago during her days on Designing Women, she admits. “It was a very desperate time,” she says. “I was parked in the car in the Hills with a gun and a bottle of Xanax beside me, trying to recover from harsh words said in the tabloids. I just wanted the pain to go away.”

Despite the gun, Delta insists she would never consider suicide. “I didn’t want to die. If I ever really wanted to be dead, I’d be dead.” Along with depression, the actress also has an obsessive-compulsive disorder, causing her to become a huge packrat. “At one time I had 27 storage units,” she says. “I don’t have a big enough house! My mom had it, it’s my mother’s fault! She saved the diaper I came home from the hospital in!”

As she continues to recover, Delta wants to let everyone know why she’s sharing her story. “I want people to pursue mental help the same as they would pursue physical help, like cancer,” she says. “I will be the face of depression.”

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How to apply Idebenone bran antioxidant transdermal cream

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Idebenone_creamFor those of you who don’t like taking capsules or prefer the superior bioavailability of transdermal application, this cream can be applied directly to any pressure point and/or directly to the skin’s surface for further surface antioxidant protection. Each quarter teaspoon is the equivalent of 25 mgs of idebenone. Please remember that the cream has greater bioavailability therefore you don’t need to take as much.
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Idebenone – Powerful Brain antioxidant – history

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Idebenone creamIn the 1970’s researchers began studying the therapeutic potential of a vitamin-like natural compound found in all aerobic organisms that has since become known to the world as Coenzyme Q10. Now, of course it is a well known fact that CoQ 10 has the ability to support against heart failure and generalized free radical damage while mitigating certain neurological conditions. CoQ has also been found to play a pivotal role in cellular energy production.

In an attempt to boost CoQ’s therapeutic effects researchers began synthesizing and testing a variety of its chemical analogs and derivatives. Most of these derivatives were found to be ineffective and even unsafe. One lucky eception was idebenone.

Idebenone’s structure was so closely related to CoQ10, that it was found to be capable of replacing CoQ 10 in its action towards cellular energy production—with some important distinctions. More water-soluble than CoQ10, Idebenone’s cellular distribution and antioxidant profile proved superior in neutralizing certain types of free radicals, notably caused by reduced blood flow. Idebenone also appears more conducive than CoQ10 in protecting noxious free-radical leakage in the cell’s mitochondria.

IdebenoneSafety

Most experts agree that idebenone is quite safe as it has been in clinical use since the 1970’s and has an excellent safety record. In the US, it is sold without a prescription and classified as a nutritional supplement˜just as is CoQ10 itself.

However, over the counter availability may not last much longer as rumors do exist that the FDA will not allow our industry to continue to sell this analog derivative supplement without a prescription.

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How to Heal Depression – Part three: There Is No Need to Suffer

More than eighty percent of the people with depression can be successfully treated.

Long-term, expensive treatments are seldom necessary.

Modern treatment for most depression is antidepressant medication and short-term “talk” therapy–usually just ten to twenty sessions.

Treatment for depression is relatively inexpensive but whatever the cost, it is more than made up for in increased productivity, efficiency, physical health, improved relationships, and enjoyment of life.

Yes, life will always have its “slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,” and, yes, they will hurt. But there’s no need to suffer from depression as well.

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Owen in a ‘cloud of depression’

Owen1SUICIDE bid star OWEN WILSON plunged into a “cloud of depression” after splitting with KATE HUDSON, a friend revealed last night. The 38-year-old Wedding Crashers actor has a reputation as a Hollywood party animal. Yet he failed to show at summer beach bashes thrown in Malibu and Beverly Hills. And pals described him as “MIA” — missing in action. One friend said Wilson’s rift with film beauty Kate late last year hit him hard. The pal added: “He seemed to go into a cloud of depression. He was down and didn’t open up. He kind of changed.”

Wilson was still under observation in a hospital detox unit after slashing a wrist and swallowing pills. He issued a plea for privacy in what he called a “difficult time” but made no mention of his suicide attempt. Pulp Fiction star SAMUEL L JACKSON was one of the first visitors to his bedside at LA’s Cedars-Sinai hospital. Friends fear Wilson was pushed over the edge by magazine photos of Kate, 28, kissing her new fella, comic DAX SHEPPARD. But rumours in the US suggested the star also had a drink and drugs problem.

And another friend said the star rowed with a close pal before cutting his wrist. Model Izabella St James told how Wilson used to be a regular at wild parties at the Playboy mansion, often leaving with two busty blondes. She said: “He liked threesomes, especially with blondes.” Wilson has dropped out of his latest movie project Tropic Thunder, which is directed by pal BEN STILLER.

Owen2Tropic Thunder was scheduled to shoot in several weeks. Other in-the-works projects such as Drillbit Taylor and Marley & Me are progressing as scheduled. Meanwhile, Owen’s friends and colleagues have been quiet, awaiting his lead.

A look at Wilson’s collaborations with filmmaker Wes Anderson, which he has called his most personal films, are often comedic meditations on depression, alienation and suicide:

Bottle Rocket (1996). Wilson and brother Luke star as aimless and less-than-sane buddies on a crime spree. Luke’s character was recently released from a psychiatric clinic.

Rushmore (1998). Bill Murray plays a depressed industrialist who in one scene sinks himself to the bottom of a pool to isolate himself. He finds new passion competing with a prep-school student for the love of a teacher.

The Royal Tenenbaums (2001). A functional dysfunctional family is the center of this story. Wilson’s real-life brother Luke acted out a stark suicide attempt, slashing his wrists in a sink.

The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou (2004). Wilson stars as a soft-spoken young man who believes a famed oceanographer (Murray) is his father. He reveals that his mother committed suicide.

The Darjeeling Limited (2007). Wilson stars with Adrien Brody and Jason Schwartzman as estranged brothers who go on a spiritual quest in India. Wilson plays a control freak whose face and arms are scarred from a motorcycle crash that may not to be as accidental as it first seems.

We wish the best to Wilson, not because he is a star, or rich, or Hollywood-connected, but because he’s a human being with an illness, one that can be treated just as physical ailments can be treated. We hope in time he recovers and can speak openly of his struggle, because the public might be more receptive to the educational process for mental illness and its sufferers if the words come from a movie star. Any boost in education would be welcome, not just for the benefit of the millions of people who suffer from treatable mental illnesses, but for society as a whole.
 
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Owen Wilson tries ancient Red Indian cleansing ceremony for his depression

Owen4Washington, Oct 13 : It seems that the troubled movie star Owen Wilson has taken solace in ancient Native American remedies in order to get rid of the depression that led to his suicide attempt. The ‘Wedding Crashers’ star was escorted by his brothers Andrew and Luke on the trip to Arizona where they saw the new glass walkway, which allowed the tourists to look directly into the Grand Canyon. A bystander told the National Enquirer that it was on the walkway that a Hualapai medicine man performed a cleansing ceremony for the actor, waving sage over his head while dancing and chanting. “They stayed on the platform for about 30 minutes – with the medicine man chanting and dancing the entire time. Afterward, Owen seemed happy, and he was chatting with tourists,” Contact music quoted the bystander, as telling. The actor landed in hospital after slashing his wrists after a reported booze and drug binge at the end of August, but is now recovering.

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