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Call for Bioavailable Protein

From eNewsletter 2/8/2023

DID YOU KNOW that vitamin C can prevent shortening of your telomeres? Telomeres reside at the end of our chromosomes ensuring the replication potential and longevity of cells. There has been copious data showing that the longer your telomeres are, the longer you live. A new study from Frontiers in Nutrition found that those with the highest intake category of vitamin C had the longest telomere length. The researchers believe several factors are at play including free radical scavenging, but also the first-of-its-kind discovery that vitamin C is constantly working to repair the telomere shortening process.


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  • A Call for Bioavailable Protein

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  • Case Report

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A Call for Bioavailable Protein

Steve: As if you needed more evidence for why most humans need optimal bioavailable protein, new research from Aging Cell reinforces this notion. Choline, an essential nutrient produced in small amounts in the liver and found in foods including eggs, meat, and poultry, is a vital ingredient for human health. It's estimated that more than 90% of Americans are not meeting the recommended daily intake of choline. Unfortunately, lack of adequate choline is linked with negative effects on the heart, liver and other organs, as well as profound changes in the brain associated with Alzheimer's disease. Researchers in the study also illustrate that choline deficiency may cause significant weight gain, alterations in glucose metabolism, and deficits in motor skills. Sufficient choline in the diet reduces levels of homocysteine, which has been recognized as a neurotoxin contributing to neurodegeneration and adverse cardiometabolic health. Why are humans so deficient in choline? Here are a few reasons:

  • Humans have a high proclivity for genetic mutation, which severely hampers choline absorption. Of all the genes we screen for in our Pure Genomics wellness screening, choline is one of the genes that exhibits the highest number of mutations.

  • Conventional animal protein is not as bioavailable (well absorbed) as organic or grass-fed animal protein.

  • Plant based diets significantly impact the absorption of choline-rich protein.

  • Rising number of digestive disorders impact digestion and absorption of essential nutrients.

While it is always recommended to see a health professional when finding ways to optimize choline intake, you can supplement with a choline that circumvents genetic mutations, if necessary. Of course, eating optimal amounts of bioavailable protein is always recommended.

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