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Ultrein™ and Cancer - Case studies

Ultrein™ and Cancer - Case studies
Apr 07 2017 posted by ASIHW 0

Ultrein™ and Cancer - Cased Studies Ultrein™ (a Specially Processed Whey Protein – SPWP) is a rather unique product in how it boosts glutathione naturally in the body (see Note 3 below). This natural boost is similar to eating any natural raw food that is high in glutathione precursors. These are typically raw animal proteins such as raw milk, beef, fish and eggs. Unfortunately humans don’t eat their natural foods in a raw state raw anymore and the result is unnatural nutrition that is ineffective in preventing, curtailing and/or resolving many poor health conditions such as cancer. Ultrein™ is specially processed to optimize important glutathione precursors and immune system factors. Following are a few case studies of how boosting glutathione through Specially Prepared Whey Proteins (SPWP's like Ultrein™) can aid the body in defense against cancer. Please note that these case studies are presented as educational information not as a means to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease. CASE STUDY #1 – CERVICAL CANCER GENDER: FEMALE AGE: 55 MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS: Pre-cancerous uterine tissue biopsy MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Hysterectomy MEDICAL TREATMENT: None DIETARY CHANGES: None SUPPLEMENTATION: 20 gm SPWP daily for three months OTHER TREATMENTS: None RESULTS: The next (about 6 mo) tissue biopsy returned normal cell types FOLLOWUP: The supplementation was stopped by the client as the client did not want to continue taking the supplement due to cost concerns. Seven years later the precancerous tissue returned and the client chose to have a hysterectomy in lieu of taking the SPWP. COMMENTS: In addition to the disappearance of the pre-cancerous tissues while supplementing with the SPWP the client also noted an improvement in body mass index in the form of a reduction in waist inches even though her weight stayed the same. It is suggested that if the client had continued to take the SPWP she may not have had a recurrence of the precancerous tissue and also may have continued to see improvements in BMI and even possibly weight loss. Her BMI had returned to pre-SPWP levels several months after she stopped taking the SPWP. CASE STUDY #2 – BREAST CANCER GENDER: Female AGE: 56 at onset MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS: 4mm diameter Estrogen sensitive invasive fast growing ductile breast cancer, not BRACA MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Partial or full mastectomy, radiation; follow up with Tamoxifen MEDICAL TREATMENT: None for 4 years with only slow growth due to other changes, then lumpectomy with focused radiation follow-up DIETARY CHANGES: Significant dietary changes to eliminate sugars and simple carbohydrates with limited healthy fats and proteins; juicing and complex carbohydrates were the primary diet; avoided estrogen mimickers such as soy OTHER TREATMENTS: Reiki, energy clearances, emotional clearances, cold light laser SUPPLEMENTATION: Multiple herbal supplements; 20-40 gm SPWP daily started 3.5 years into the protocol RESULTS: Very slow growth of the cancer tumor over the 4 years preceding the lumpectomy. Twenty grams of SPWP did not have any effect. It actually started shrinking once the SPWP was increased to 40 gm per day and methods to reboot the glutathione regulation process were enacted. The final lump when removed was surprisingly only about twice the size of the original tumor. The tumor was remarkable in that it was encapsulated with unusual clear margins around it. A sentinel lymph node was removed under the arm and was found to be normal. Focused radiation from inside out was employed to assure medical "kill” of any possibly malignant surrounding tissues. FOLLOWUP: Tamoxifen was not taken even though it was strongly recommended. Instead more natural supplements to block estrogen were taken for two years following the surgery. A healthy diet has been maintained along with daily supplementation of the SPWP at 20 gm per day. Seven years after the surgery there is scar tissue but no obvious signs of any recurring cancer by Mammogram. The client remains healthy. COMMENTS: The client prefers Thermograms to Mammograms due to the inherent radiation in a Mammogram and is in the process of getting base line Thermograms for future reference. All doctors were surprised by the lack of rapid growth and spreading of the tumor. It was even more evident when there were no cancer cells found anywhere else in the body, especially in the sentinel lymph node after 4 years due to the type of cancer. The Oncologist advised against taking supplements and the SPWP at any time. During the radiation treatment the client was advised not to take the SPWP by the Radiologist as its use had not been "fully” studied with radiation. However the radiologist was interested in the product and benefits. The client continued taking the SPWP during radiation as it was her understanding that research indicates it can actually complement and improve the prognosis from radiation treatment. CASE STUDY #3 – LUNG CANCER GENDER: Male AGE: 84 MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS: Client was in a nursing home for Alzheimer’s and developed subsequent lung cancer. MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Doctors recommended no treatment as patient was unresponsive due to Alzheimer’s and treatment of lung cancer might only extend his situation while causing unnecessary additional medical expense. MEDICAL TREATMENT: None DIETARY CHANGES: None OTHER TREATMENTS: None SUPPLEMENTATION: Client was given 20 gm of SPWP by his family to see if he would tolerate it and if so then continue as would be appropriate. RESULTS: Within about 30 minutes the client sat up and started speaking for the first time in about 4 years. The client tolerated the supplementation and had obvious benefit so it was continued. Within about one month it was noted that the lung cancer had stopped growing and he was maintaining daily interaction with family. FOLLOWUP: The client passed away several months later from unspecified causes not directly related to either the Alzheimer’s or lung cancer COMMENTS: While results toward Alzheimer’s are possible the dramatic results observed by this client toward Alzheimer’s are remarkable and unusual. The results for cancer are typical depending upon dose. A dose of 40 gm per day may have been more appropriate in an attempt to aid the body in eliminating the cancer. CASE STUDY #4 – COLON CANCER GENDER: Male AGE: 65 MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS: Biopsy and x-ray noted numerous carcinogenic polyps and tumors in the colon (multiple times). MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Surgery, radiation and/or chemo MEDICAL TREATMENT: Initially none except by Naturopath recommendations NATUROPATH RECOMMENDATIONS: Dietary changes and supplements DIETARY CHANGES: Diet restricted from sugars and high glycemic foods including most grains and starchy vegetables. OTHER TREATMENTS: See "Results” below. SUPPLEMENTATION: Specific supplementation to assist in building the immune system and restrict cancer growth. SPWP was strongly not recommended by the Naturopath. RESULTS: The client initially declined traditional medical treatment twice. The first time the client utilized the Naturopath recommendations for several months. While the cancer slowed in growth it still continued to be present and growing. After several months the client was convinced by family members to add the SPWP (at 40 grams per day) to his supplementation. Within a few months the cancer went into remission. The client felt that it was resolved and returned to his original diet and dropped most of his supplementation including the SPWP. Approximately 6-9 months later the cancer returned. The cycle repeated itself as the client a second time began following the advice of the Naturopath and did not supplement with the SPWP. The growth of the cancer slowed but did not stop. Again he was convinced to start the SPWP by relatives. The cancer again went into remission after a few months of starting the SPWP. Again the special diet was set aside along with most of the supplements (including the SPWP) and the cancer returned a third time several months later. This time the client decided to follow standard medical treatment plans. The cancer was removed by drastic surgery along with portions of his colon. The colon required re-sectioning and a period of using a colostomy was endured. Radiation treatment was employed to assure destruction of the cancer. The supplements and SPWP were not utilized, nor were significant dietary changes as the medical establishment advised against it due to unknown benefits and their claim that it could neutralize any benefit their treatment might provide. The cancer again returned a fourth time. Chemo was utilized in attempt to control the growth of the cancer but failed. FOLLOWUP: The client passed away several months after the fourth recurrence of the colon cancer. COMMENTS: It is interesting that recommendations by the Naturopath slowed the growth of the cancer but did not stop it. The Naturopath remained against the use of the SPWP in spite of the positive effect it had in combination with dietary and supplementation changes that were recommended by the Naturopath. Medical doctors advised against the use of the SPWP during both of their treatment programs as there were "no large studies proving benefit”. It is suggested that the client had severe oxidative stressors that had not been fully addressed allowing a recurrence of the cancer. Oxidative stress is something that the SPWP excels at resolving by naturally boosting glutathione levels. It is possible that had he retained specific dietary changes and supplements, especially the SPWP, he may not have experienced any of the relapses of the cancer. MORE TO COME - INCLUDING PANCREATIC, KIDNEY AND SKIN CANCER! NOTES: This information is provided for educational purposes only. It is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease. If you have an experience you would like to share with us please use our contact page to submit details or log in and use our support page. There are numerous whey proteins on the market. Most are not SPWP (Specially Prepared Whey Proteins). While there are a few whey proteins that claim to boost glutathione, most only provide minimal support. Please read this article for details on a comparison of Ultrein™ to other whey proteins. Theses case studies come from cases utilizing known beneficial SPWP's like Ultrein™. These case studies are considered to be "anecdotal" by the medical establishment as no large long term studies have been done with Ultrein™ (or any SPWP's) and cancer. In addition since the medical establishment discourages the use of SPWP's these case studies are subject to bias against the use of SPWP. Therefore it is extremely difficult to get an unbiased case study of the benefit and efficacy for SPWP. It is our hope that the medical establishment will fund efforts to research the natural benefits of SPWP's toward cancer and many other adverse health conditions. We invite them to do so and would participate if requested.

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Ultrein™ vs. Other Whey Proteins

Ultrein™ vs. Other Whey Proteins
Dec 02 2016 posted by ASIHW 0

What is the difference between Ultrein™ and low cost store whey protein supplements? When the labels are compared they generally look the same from a nutritional point of view. Why shouldn't I just use those low cost alternatives for my glutathione, nutritional, body building and/or immune system requirements? THE SIMPLE ANSWER: How they are processed. Ultrein™ is processed to optimize the precursors for glutathione in a way that keeps them bioavailable. Most everything else found in stores and online is processed for economy. In addition Ultrein™ is all natural and has no added flavorings, food colorings, sweeteners, preservatives, fillers, instantizers, herbs, synthetic precursors or other additives - it doesn't need them! It takes less Ultrein™ to have the same effect on the body than other whey proteins. We guarantee that Ultrein™ will safely and effectively raise your glutathione levels. Other manufacturers cannot make this guarantee. THE COMPLEX ANSWER: The nutrient labels do not take into account the bioavailability state of the amino acids in the product. That is because the standard for measuring the amino acids actually breaks down the amino acids while measuring them, leaving them in their damaged state as the result of this measurement. So it is impossible to accurately measure the subtle differences with these standards. Therefore labels based on these standards cannot make the distinction between Ultrein™ or other products. Normal pasteurization damages the constituents of milk - proteins, fats and even the sugars. It requires special expensive pasteurization and filtration techniques to maintain the integrity of milk constituents that are found in Ultrein™ . In addition the processing must be done almost immediately after milking so as to avoid deterioration of the milk that can also degrade the amino acid precursors for glutathione. This normal pasteurization process also destroys most of the innate immune factors found in raw whey protein. On the other hand, Ultrein™ preserves the integrity of these immune factors to allow direct benefit The majority of whey proteins are actually byproducts produced as a result of high temperature pasteurization techniques used for cheese manufacturing. They used to throw this away but instead now package it as lower cost whey protein. Some manufacturers even state that they use low temperature techniques but neglect to tell you that it is only for a second pasteurization process - the first pasteurization being at high temperature to keep the product "healthy" during shipping to distant processing plants and the second low temperature as part of the final whey processing. Inexpensive whey proteins do provide all of the "essential" amino acids necessary for normal growth and repair and can be a way for the average individual to augment their protein intake. However thier ability to provide immune factors and glutathione precursors is generally very limited. To compound the issue, many nutritionists and individuals unfamiliar with these distinctions state that any whey protein will satisfactorily build glutathione levels. Extensive laboratory and research testing proves this to be incorrect. A couple of well known undenatured whey proteins claim to assist in building glutathione. Most likely they do to some extent. However, there are important points to consider. The main point is to compare the glutathione precursor levels between the products, assuming you can easily find the published levels. Generally they have higher glutamine content, but that is not as important as most protein sources have lots of glutamine. If a person consumes any other protein source they probably get enough glutamine in their diet. If one compares the other two products for their precursor content, the other brands only contain about 1/3 of the key amino acids of glycine and cysteine in comparison to Ultrein™. On the surface, a person would need to take at least 3 times the serving of those brands in comparison to Ultrein™ to provide the same benefit. IN practice it may take much more of the less expensive brands. That is important for several reasons: Three times the protein means at least three times the cost per unit of glutathione it is capable of producing. In reality, proteins compete for absorption in the time they are available for absorption. While a person may take three times as much protein with proteins claiming to provide glutathione precursors (or even more with other inexpensive whey proteins) it doesn't change the ratio of proteins in the product. It is this ratio that limits the time available for absorption which reduces the overall absorption of the key precursor molecules. The size and composition of the amino acids also contributes to absorption time. Many of the amino acids found in whey protein absorb faster than specific glutathione precursors. So the preference for absorption of the glutathione precursors can adversely be affected by the higher concentration of amino acids found in low cost whey proteins that are absorbed faster but do not contribute to glutathione production. Any protein not absorbed during the important absorption period gets digested rendering them less bioavailable in their undenatured form. Therefore consuming larger amounts may be ineffective or even counterproductive. Consuming large quantities of inexpensive whey proteins by spreading out the servings may appear to be an answer but large quantities of proteins can contribute to an acidic body condition (they are amino ACIDS). This can adversely affect overall health unless properly counterbalanced with diet or specific supplements. This may be difficult to do for the average individual. When higher concentrations of glutathione precursors are available per unit volume, the higher resulting glutathione production can assist in proper utilization of the other proteins. So higher concentrations actually make the protein source more efficient meaning less of the overall protein is required to build or repair the body. Therefore, overall, higher precursor concentrations can be much more efficient and economical with fewer potential side effects! Ultrein™ has higher glutathione precursor concentrations than other whey proteins on the market as it is processed in a way to optimize those important precursors! Ultrein™ therefore may be less expensive and productive in all aspects of usage (building glutathione, building the immune system, building lean muscle mass, repairing body tissue, normal growth etc.) than other "low cost" whey proteins in actual practice. The most accurate way to measure the differences between formulations is in actual test subjects (people and animals) and observe results. This is generally employed via testing of blood glutathione levels. It is the method typically employed by medical researchers. In one case blood glutathione levels of a male at age 67 using Ultrein™ test to those of an average twenty-something year old. In another case a female individual using Ultrein™ at age 93 tests like an average thirty-something year old. That doesn't happen with store bought inexpensive whey proteins unless an individual takes very large doses (if at all). If you look at the ASIHW website you will see Micronutrient blood testing through Spectracell. This professional testing looks at overall glutathione and oxidative stress levels, and also includes other co-factor nutrient levels important for the body and immune system. It is a great test and can confirm effectiveness of a product in building glutathione levels. It also provides overall oxidative stress levels that include other nutrient interactions. ASIHW consultants coordinate this testing and provide interpretation of these results for our clients that decide to utilize these tests. If one really wanted to know how effective Ultrein™ was in increasing glutathione levels in the body the best way would be to use this Micronutrient testing before starting an Ultrein™ protocol and again after at least 3 months, but typically after 6-12 months of use. CONCLUSION: If an individual is looking only for a way to assure that they are getting all of their essential amino acids in their diet then low cost whey proteins may be a great way to accomplish this requirement. If an individual is looking to obtain all of their essential amino acids, boost their glutathione levels, build or repair body muscle and tissues, and provide overall support for their immune system then Ultrein™ would seem to be the obvious solution!

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Cancer and Glutathione

Cancer and Glutathione
Jun 27 2016 posted by ASIHW 0

CANCER AND GLUTATHIONE ABSTRACT: In spite of the enormous efforts of the medical community cancer is of growing concern. One out of three individuals today will be afflicted with cancer in their lifetime. It has long been known that cancer is related to genetics as well as carcinogens that can cause genetic mutations. The exact mechanism has not been known but research is beginning to unravel the mystery.

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Autism and Glutathione

Autism and Glutathione
Jun 30 2015 posted by ASIHW 0

Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) represent a group of conditions that are characterized by individuals with neurodevelopment disorders, as classified by the American Psychiatric Association. ASD includes Autism, Asperger Syndrome, and other pervasive developmental disorders. Generally

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Brucellosis and Glutathione

Brucellosis and Glutathione
May 21 2015 posted by ASIHW 0

Brucellosis is a highly contagious disease found worldwide. It is also known as Malta Fever, Gibraltar Fever, Mediterranean Fever, Bang’s Disease and many others. The names frequently came from the areas where it was identified as a pathogenic disease and in relationship to people that first

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Sjogren's Syndrome and Glutathione

Sjogren's Syndrome and Glutathione
May 17 2015 posted by ASIHW 0

Sjögren’s Syndrome is a disease of specific excretory glands, generally the salivary and lacrimal glands. These glands are responsible for the production of saliva and tears. It manifests itself as a chronic autoimmune disease characterized by the symptoms of dry mouth and dry eyes. Basically the white blood

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The Cancer Pandemic: Exploring New Frontiers to Exterminate Cancer

The Cancer Pandemic: Exploring New Frontiers to Exterminate Cancer
Feb 18 2015 posted by ASIHW 0

Cancer has become a pandemic in developing countries. In the USA one in three women (1 out of 3) and one in two men (1 out of 2) will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Yet in 1900, barely a century ago, only one in thirty-three (1 out of 33) were diagnosed with cancer! Sadly, individuals finding

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Neurological and/or Psychiatric Disorders and Glutathione

Neurological and/or Psychiatric Disorders and Glutathione
Feb 13 2015 posted by ASIHW 0

Many neurological and Psychiatric disorders are difficult to diagnose and treat without the use of extensive therapy or somewhat invasive drugs (with their potential side effects). However, low levels of glutathione have been associated with many neurodegenerative disorders, including many

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Oxidative Stress - Our Worst Enemy!

Oxidative Stress - Our Worst Enemy!
Nov 16 2014 posted by ASIHW 0

What is Oxidative Stress in our body? Oxidative stress is caused by the presence of any of a number of reactive oxygen species (ROS) which the cell is unable to counterbalance. These reactive oxygen species are toxic to the body(2).The result is damage to one or more biomolecules including DNA, RNA,

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Naturally Improving Type 2 Diabetic Symptoms with Glutathione Precursors

Naturally Improving Type 2 Diabetic Symptoms with Glutathione Precursors
Nov 05 2014 posted by ASIHW 0

Research Doctors recently made an amazing discovery. The conclusions by the doctors were very clear: "Conclusions: Patients with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes have severely deficient synthesis of glutathione due to limited precursor availability. Dietary supplementation with GSH precursor amino-acids can restore

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