Professional Insight on the Use and Benefits of Medical Cannabis [Part 2 - Gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) is also prevalent in hemp seeds, which supports healthy organs, nerves, muscles, cell function and growth. GLA offsets some of the side effects of the prolactin hormone, which can worsen unpleasant side effects of PMS and menopause. The only raw food source of GLA is hemp.]

Professional Insight on the Use and Benefits of Medical Cannabis [Part 2 - Gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) is also prevalent in hemp seeds, which supports healthy organs, nerves, muscles, cell function and growth. GLA offsets some of the side effects of the prolactin hormone, which can worsen unpleasant side effects of PMS and menopause. The only raw food source of GLA is hemp.]

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Potassium - Did You Know?   This mineral acts as an intracellular electrolyte for muscle & cell function as well as rehydration. Potassium is also known to prevent muscle cramps & increase muscle pumps.   It’s also in Vintage Blast, The World’s First Two-Stage Pre-Workout. Have you tried it yet? www.OldSchoolLabs.com/Products/Vintage-Blast

Potassium - Did You Know? This mineral acts as an intracellular electrolyte for muscle & cell function as well as rehydration. Potassium is also known to prevent muscle cramps & increase muscle pumps. It’s also in Vintage Blast, The World’s First Two-Stage Pre-Workout. Have you tried it yet? www.OldSchoolLabs.com/Products/Vintage-Blast

Hypokalemia is low potassium levels in blood. Potassium is an important electrolyte for nerve and muscle cell functioning, especially muscle cells in the heart. Kidneys control the body’s potassium levels, allowing for excess potassium to leave the body through urine or sweat. One may not notice symptoms. Mild symptoms: weakness, fatigue, constipation, muscle cramping, palpitations. Worse: paralysis, respiratory failure, breakdown of muscle tissue, ileus (lazy bowels). Severe: abnormal…

Hypokalemia is low potassium levels in blood. Potassium is an important electrolyte for nerve and muscle cell functioning, especially muscle cells in the heart. Kidneys control the body’s potassium levels, allowing for excess potassium to leave the body through urine or sweat. One may not notice symptoms. Mild symptoms: weakness, fatigue, constipation, muscle cramping, palpitations. Worse: paralysis, respiratory failure, breakdown of muscle tissue, ileus (lazy bowels). Severe: abnormal…

The 7 Cell Functions! 1: Movement (muscle cells) 2: Conductivity (nerve cells) 3: Metabolic absorption (kidney and intestinal cells) 4: Secretion (mucous gland cells) 5: Excretion (all cells) 6: Respiration (all cells) 7: Reproduction (all cells) MedicTests.com

The 7 Cell Functions! 1: Movement (muscle cells) 2: Conductivity (nerve cells) 3: Metabolic absorption (kidney and intestinal cells) 4: Secretion (mucous gland cells) 5: Excretion (all cells) 6: Respiration (all cells) 7: Reproduction (all cells) MedicTests.com

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Lipotoxicity: How Saturated Fat Raises Blood Sugar.  They found significantly less fat trapped in the muscle cells of vegans compared to omnivores at the same body weight, better insulin sensitivity, better blood sugar levels, better insulin levels and, excitingly, significantly improved beta-cell function, the cells in the pancreas that make the insulin. They conclude that eating vegan is not only expected to be cardioprotective, helping prevent our #1 killer, heart disease, but that…

Lipotoxicity: How Saturated Fat Raises Blood Sugar. They found significantly less fat trapped in the muscle cells of vegans compared to omnivores at the same body weight, better insulin sensitivity, better blood sugar levels, better insulin levels and, excitingly, significantly improved beta-cell function, the cells in the pancreas that make the insulin. They conclude that eating vegan is not only expected to be cardioprotective, helping prevent our #1 killer, heart disease, but that…

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Anaerobic Cellular Respiration - "If oxygen is present... the cell can [use] aerobic respiration... to produce much more usable energy... than any anaerobic pathway.... Eukaryotic cells also resort to anaerobic pathways if their oxygen supply is low. For example, when muscle cells are working very hard and exhaust their oxygen supply, they utilize the anaerobic pathway to lactic acid to continue to provide ATP for cell function."

Anaerobic Cellular Respiration - "If oxygen is present... the cell can [use] aerobic respiration... to produce much more usable energy... than any anaerobic pathway.... Eukaryotic cells also resort to anaerobic pathways if their oxygen supply is low. For example, when muscle cells are working very hard and exhaust their oxygen supply, they utilize the anaerobic pathway to lactic acid to continue to provide ATP for cell function."

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Follow me here. If your brain controls your body, and it does so through your nerves which go to every muscle, cell, tissue and organ in it, and these nerves originate from your spinal cord which is housed in your spine; then it stands to reason that if these nerves carrying the message from your brain into your body telling it what to do are interfered with in any way (i.e. spinal subluxation) your body would not function optimally - including your immune system. Thus, if we remove the…

Follow me here. If your brain controls your body, and it does so through your nerves which go to every muscle, cell, tissue and organ in it, and these nerves originate from your spinal cord which is housed in your spine; then it stands to reason that if these nerves carrying the message from your brain into your body telling it what to do are interfered with in any way (i.e. spinal subluxation) your body would not function optimally - including your immune system. Thus, if we remove the…

New research suggests a common side effect of statins that affects the muscles may be due to the cholesterol-lowering drugs' disruption of mitochondria function in muscle cells.

New research suggests a common side effect of statins that affects the muscles may be due to the cholesterol-lowering drugs' disruption of mitochondria function in muscle cells.

Potassium is an electrolyte, meaning it conducts electricity within the body. Potassium is essential for the proper functioning of nerve and muscle cells, especially the heart muscle. People ingest potassium through food. A potassium deficiency, also known as hypokalemia can occur for a number of reasons. Symptoms of hypokalemia include abnormal...

Potassium is an electrolyte, meaning it conducts electricity within the body. Potassium is essential for the proper functioning of nerve and muscle cells, especially the heart muscle. People ingest potassium through food. A potassium deficiency, also known as hypokalemia can occur for a number of reasons. Symptoms of hypokalemia include abnormal...

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