Thursday, February 24, 2011

What are Glyconutrients?

Glyconutrition is one of the newest areas of health science. Prior to 1965 there were no papers at all that discussed glyconutrition.

Since 1965, more than 20,000 papers have been written on glycoconjugates.

Glyconutrients are a form of carbohydrate or saccharide that occur naturally in many plants that have been used medicinally for centuries. The functional component in Aloe is actually a glyconutrient.

Glyconutrients are the eight known monosaccharides necessary for cell-to-cell communication. These nutritional "sugars" or saccharides should not be confused with table sugar products which are not good for your body.

A Glyconutritional is a dietary supplement designed to provide glyconutrients.

A Glycoprotein is a glyconutrient bonded to a protein receptor on the surface of a cell.

A Glycoform is any of several different variants of a specified glycoprotein.

A Glycoconjugate is a broad term for all of the above.
Everyone's body is unique. Many people feel a difference almost immediately while for others it will take longer.

Knowing this, we continue taking these products as a way of life to give our bodies these essential glyconutritionals to sustain a healthy body indefinitely.

Scientific studies demonstrated that these 8 sugars are ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL to create and maintain a healthy body.
it is vitally important that we regularly take in these 8 essential biological sugars in order to support the body's immune system.

You can learn more about these vital sugars by visiting

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