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Polysaccharide Peptides (Alpha Glycans) as Medical Food

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Alpha PSP under SEM
Alpha PSP under SEM

What is Alpha PSP?

Alpha-PSP is the trademark of ingredients containing a unique functional and cellular food formulation made up of specific polysaccharides, amino acid patterns, organic minerals, natural vitamin B-complex, and more than 50 antioxidants. These health supplement nutrients are essential for body functions. By utilizing a proprietary process of mechanical hydrolyzation under high pressure and by using an advanced biotechnology, selected fractions of rice grains are harvested at the right age and grown in the organic, matter-rich, alkaline soils in northern Thailand. Through this, scientists have been able to isolate the Polysaccharide Peptides (PSP) into a hypoallergenic, dry powder form to create Alpha-PSP.

This unique health supplement
has demonstrated significant results in applications as a medical food for the prevention and alleviation of most degenerative diseases and metabolic disorders. It is known that over 90 percent of degenerative diseases are related to Syndrome X, a metabolic disorder that may be overcome through the ingestion of Alpha-PSP.

The human body has its own power to heal itself when the patient has the right amount and quality of food for cellular nutrition and energy production.
This balance of quality and quantity has good patterns of amino acids for hormone and enzyme production and has complete trace minerals and vitamins, which work as catalysts for antioxidants to combat free radicals that are present in illness afflicted individuals.

The Polysaccharide Petides molecules, also known as Alpha Glycans, are small enough (average size of
200-300 microns) to penetrate the inner mitochondrial membrane, which is the energy center of the cell. This allows Alpha PSP to feed the cells at the most basic level and is recognized immediately by the mitochondria as an energy source for ATP production.
More information about mitochondrial disease by Robert K. Naviaux, MD, PhD

The following disorders presents just a sample of the many genetic and acquired disorders that can result in primary or secondary disturbances of mitochondrial function:
Diabetes, Parkinson disease, Dementia, MELAS, MERRF, NARP, Myoneurogastrointestinal disorder and encephalopathy (MNGIE), Pearson Marrow syndrome, Kearns-Sayre-CPEO, Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON), Aminoglycoside-associated deafness, Diabetes with deafness, Luft disease, Leigh syndrome (Complex I, COX, PDH), Alpers Disease, MCAD, SCAD, SCHAD, VLCAD, LCHAD, Glutaric aciduria II, Lethal infantile cardiomyopathy, Friedreich ataxia, Maturity onset diabetes of young, Malignant hyperthermia, Disorders of ketone utilization, mtDNA depletion syndrome, Reversible COX deficiency of infancy, Various defects of the Krebs Cycle, Pyruvate dehydrogenase deficiency, Pyruvate carboxylase deficiency, Fumarase deficiency, Carnitine palmitoyl transferase d
eficiency, Methylmalonic acidemia, Erythropoietic porphyria, Propionic acidemia, Acute intermittent porphyria, Variegate porphyria, Maple syrup urine disease, Nonketotic hyperglycinemia, Hereditary sideroblastic anemia, OTC Deficiency, CPS Deficiency.

The following disorders are sometimes associated with Mitochondrial Dysfunction:
Hemochromatosis, Wilson disease, Batten disease, Wolff-Parkinson-White, Huntington disease, Menkes disease, Lesch-Nyhan syndrome, Aging, Type II diabetes mellitus, Atherosclerotic heart disease, Parkinson disease, Alzheimer dementia, Congestive heart failure, Maternally inherited migraine, Niacin-responsive hypercholesterolemia, Postpartum cardiomyopathy, Alcoholic myopathy, Wernicke encephalopathy, Reye syndrome, Burkitt lymphoma (BCL2), Cancer metastasis (NM23), Irritable bowel syndrome, Gastroparesis-GI dysmotility, Multiple sclerosis, Systemic lupus erythematosis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Thyrotoxicosis, Primary biliary cirrhosis, Procainamide lupus, Guillain-Barré syndrome, AZT toxicity, FIAU toxicity, Lead, cyanide and mercury poisoning, Ackee fruit toxic hypoglycemia, Doxorubicin cardiotoxicity, Aminoglycoside ototoxicity and nephrotoxicity, Amytal poisoning, Carbon monoxide poisoning, Amphotericin nephrotoxicity, MPTP Parkinsonism, Vitamin deficiencies such as pellagra, beriberi, rickets, ICU axonal neuropathy, pernicious anemia.

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