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ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ TRIPLE ACTION NRF2 ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENT – UPDATE

Dr. Hank Liers, PhD ultimate protector+ nrf2 antioxidantFred Liers PhD ultimate protector+ Nrf2 antioxidant formula

There’s a new kind of super-antioxidant formula in town. It will quench your free radicals in ways you never conceived. It’s called Ultimate Protector+. Its benefits are many due to a triple-action design that includes instructing cells to make their own antioxidants, a process known as Nrf2 activation. The benefits range from anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects to support for immunity, brain function, and cardiovascular health. Your body depends on antioxidants to defend it from oxidative stressors. And Ultimate Protector+ defends you like nothing else can.

Ultimate Protector+ is among the world’s premier Nrf2 antioxidant supplements. It started when Dr. Hank realized that a triple-mode formula could best leverage the antioxidant powers available via Nrf2 activators in supplement form. That is, he could develop an ultra-effective Nrf2 activator-antioxidant formula by combining 1) non-GMO vitamin C, 2) potent exogenous (external) antioxidants from plant substances, and 3) plant-based Nrf2 transcription factor activators for endogenous (internal) antioxidant production within cells.

Dr. Hank designed Ultimate Protector+ to provide the most comprehensive antioxidant protection going beyond any supplement. The proof of his design methodology is the fact that one serving (six small capsules) of Ultimate Protector+ provides nearly 1,000,000 ORAC6.0 units. The ORAC6.0 test from Brunswick Labs measures how effectively an antioxidant can perform against six different free radicals: hydroxyl, peroxyl, peroxynitrite, singlet oxygen, superoxide anion, and hypochlorite (hypchlorous acid).

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Most antioxidant supplements may effectively quench one or two types of free radicals. What makes Ultimate Protector+ different is its unique capacity to quench all six major free radicals. Ultimate Protector+ provides a significant edge in defending your body against the full spectrum of oxidants encountered in daily life.

The distinctive advantage of balanced free radical defense against a broad spectrum of oxidants distinguishes Ultimate Protector+ as a premier antioxidant and anti-aging supplement. This also makes it a “go-to” formula for supporting strong immunity, mitigating the effects of inflammation, enhancing brain function, boosting cardiovascular health, etc., as well as generally maintaining high antioxidant status in cells.

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ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ TEST RESULTS

Looking at the Brunswick Labs’ ORAC6.0 test results (from August 2019) for Ultimate Protector+, you see various oxidants (hydroxyl radical, peroxyl radical, singlet oxygen, etc.) are quenched at somewhat different levels. What is most important is that all six types are quenched, and that the total level of antioxidant protection—968,237 µmole TE/gram—is extremely high. To get an idea of how high that level of protection is, consider that a typical “good” antioxidant supplement might provide about 7,000–10,000 µmole TE/gram.

Specifically, the test results for Ultimate Protector+ show values of 3,376 µmole TE/gram for peroxyl radicals, 5,569 µmole TE/gram for hydroxyl radicals, 2,758 µmole TE/gram for peroxynitrite radicals, 221,866 µmole TE/gram for superoxide anion radicals, 34,169 µmole TE/gram for singlet oxygen radicals, and 5,005 µmole TE/gram for hypochlorite radicals. The table (below) shows for each free radical type the ORAC6.0 daily values for six capsules of Ultimate Protector+ containing 3.55 grams of the formula.

ORAC6.0 test results

The overall daily ORAC6.0 value for six capsules (3.55 g) is obtained by adding the values for each free radical type. The total of 968,237 units is calculated by multiplying 272,743 units x 3.55 gram serving). To our knowledge there is no other Nrf2 or antioxidant formula that comes close to providing the complete protection of Ultimate Protector+ in terms of breadth of coverage and overall strength.

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

Ultimate Protector+ is a next generation cell protection formula that simultaneously meets the body’s needs for 1) high levels of Vitamin C, 2) full spectrum antioxidants (including polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanidins, oligomeric proanthocyanidins, catechins, curcuminoids, ellagic acid, pterostilbene, resveratrol, chlorogenic acid, xanthines, punicalagins, quercetin, zeaxanthin, carotenoids, polysaccharides, quinic acid, and more), and 3) many of the most protective enzyme activators (Nrf2 activators) — in a single product! This potent combination of characteristics distinguishes the formula because no other single formula available today offers such complete protection.

Ultimate Protector+ supplies nutrients that provide anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and pain relieving effects, as well as ultra-high levels of antioxidant protection. Damage to cells caused by free-radicals contributes to many degenerative health conditions and to the aging process. This formula effectively supports the body in combating adverse effects of free-radicals.

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ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ BENEFITS

• Anti-aging

• Anti-inflammatory

• Pain relief

• Acts to support the body regarding brain function, cardiovascular conditions, hypertension, and supports strong immunity

• Ultra powerful free radical defense. Helps prevent and mitigate free radical damage that contributes to conditions of poor health.

• Facilitates the body’s internal production of antioxidant enzymes within cells by supplying many powerful natural Nrf2 transcription factor activators

• Ultra effective, high potency, best-in-class antioxidant protection

ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ FEATURES

• Plant Based Nrf2 Activators Potentiate the Body’s Internal Antioxidant Systems

• Ultra-High Antioxidant Potency as measured by ORAC6.0 testing to be over 968,000 micro moles TE per serving!

• Complete Formula Defends Body Against All Six Major Classes of Free Radicals including: 1) peroxyl, 2) hydroxyl, 3) peroxynitrite, 4) singlet oxygen, 5) superoxide anion, and 6) hypochlorite

• Provides 12+ Fruit- and Vegetable-Based Antioxidants and Nrf2 Activators to Offer Full Spectrum Protection

• Synergistic Formula Combines Effects of Endogenous (Internally Produced) Antioxidants, Exogenous (externally supplied) Antioxidants, and Vitamin C

• 100% non-GMO Ingredients (includes non-GMO Vitamin C)

• Contains calcium and magnesium malates supporting ATP & enzyme production

• Includes BioPerine ® a black pepper extract that significantly enhances the absorption of all of the nutrients in the formula

• Veggie Capsules (suitable for vegetarians and vegans)

• Easy to Take. Just six small capsules daily provides optimal antioxidant protection.

• Best in Class Cell Protection

Ultimate Protector+ provides high levels of antioxidants

ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ INGREDIENTS

Ultimate Protector+ contains USP-grade non-GMO Vitamin C, SFB® standardized fruit blend (~50% polyphenols, high-ORAC powder: 9,000 µmole TE/g) from Grape, Cranberry, Pomegranate, Blueberry, Apple, Mangosteen, Bilberry, Chokeberry, and Goji Berry), Curcumin (standardized extract with 95% curcuminoids), Trans-Resveratrol (98% from Giant Knotweed), Green Tea Extract (93% polyphenols, 50% EGCG), VinCare® Whole Grape Extract (>80% polyphenols, ORAC>19,000 µmole TE/g), Calcium Malate, Magnesium Malate, and Bioperine® (a patented black pepper extract that enhances absorption of all ingredients and is a known Nrf2 activator).

Ultimate Protector+ is contained in a capsule suitable for vegetarians (i.e., a veggie cap) and contains no magnesium stearate.

ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ RECAP

Ultimate Protector+ satisfies three distinct needs: 1) The need for a non-GMO Vitamin C product. That is, a Vitamin C formula that avoids genetically modified sources, 2) The need for a single powerful antioxidant formula. That is, a single, easy-to-take antioxidant formula offering a broad range of extremely high ORAC6.0 plant source #antioxidants, and 3) The need for a supplement providing a full spectrum of many of the most powerful Nrf2 activators. That is, a supplement providing a wide range of natural #Nrf2 transcription factor activators that allow the body to make its own antioxidant enzymes (e.g., superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase, heme oxygenase, and glutathione peroxidase).

Ultimate Protector+ is an invaluable supplement for individuals requiring a high-quality, high-potency, and highly effective antioxidant supplement providing exceptionally well-rounded antioxidant protection against a broad range of free radicals. It has a unique triple action capacity to provide the nutrients required by the body for maximum free-radical defense, including plant-based Nrf2 activators that allow cells to produce their own antioxidants.

Providing nearly one million ORAC6.0 units is just one of the ways Ultimate Protector+ supports optimal health. Combining super antioxidant power with non-GMO vitamin C and Nrf2 activators makes Ultimate Protector+ an ideal choice for anyone seeking the highest levels of antioxidant protection.

ULTIMATE PROTECTOR+ RESOURCES

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HPDI BLOG ARTICLES

Amazing Healing Potential of Natural Nrf2 Activators
http://www.integratedhealthblog.com/amazing-healing-potential-natural-nrf2-activators/

Ultimate Protector+ Design Considerations
http://www.integratedhealthblog.com/scientific-basis-ultimate-protector/

New Directions For Preventing Free-Radical Damage
http://www.integratedhealthblog.com/new-directions-for-preventing-free-radical-damage

Natural Phytochemical Nrf2 Activators for Chemoprevention
http://www.integratedhealthblog.com/natural-phytochemical-nrf2-activators-for-chemoprevention/

Ultimate Protector+ Brunswick Labs ORAC6.0 Test Report
http://www.integratedhealthblog.com/ultimate-protector-brunswick-labs-orac6-0-test-report/

Rejuvenation Program Part 4: Foundational Elements in the Master Rejuvenation Program
http://www.integratedhealthblog.com/the-master-rejuvenation-program-part-4/

VIDEOS

Ultimate Protector+ Phenomenal Test Results! 986,000 ORAC6.0 units Versus Six Types of Free Radicals (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klx1YSjCStk)

Dr. Hank Liers Deep Dive: Ultimate Protector+ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVLQlr_0SyU)

 

 

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OMEGA-3 ESSENTIAL FATS REMAIN “ESSENTIAL” – A REBUTTAL FROM OMNS

Fred Liers PhD omega-3 essential fats plus e EFA formulaOmega-3 essential fatty acids (EFA) are critically important for health. That is the reason we at HPDI include them in our foundational supplements system in the form of our Essential Fats Plus E formula. Essential Fats Plus E provides a balanced ratio of 4:1 omega-3 EPA to omega-6 GLA fatty acids proven to optimally support health.

As important as Omega-3 fats are in good health, various studies conclude they are of little value. In order to help clarity the fallacies found in such studies, this month we re-print the recent article “Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease” from the Orthomolecular News Service (OMNS).

BACKGROUND

Essential fats including Omega-3 and Omega-6 are so important to health that we consider them as foundational or “core” to basic nutrition as multivitamins, antioxidants/vitamin C formulas, and high-RNA superfoods, like Rejuvenate! Plus.

Many of today’s health problems relate to deficiencies in Omega-3 essential fatty acids rather than overabundance of it. It makes sense for everyone to supplement their diets with at least a minimum amount of essential fats. This is addition to consuming foods high in Omega-3 (and Omega-6) essential fats, including leafy greens, nuts, seeds, and seed oils. Also, small amounts of wild-caught fish from clean waters. Preferably these fish would come from low on the food chain, such as sardines, herring, or young mackerel, for example.

In December 2107, my father Hank Liers, PhD, wrote “The Truth about Essential Fatty Acids.” In his article, he delves into detail about why essential fatty acids are critical for health.

The diagram below from Dr. Hank’s article shows in detail the pathways for the production and use of fatty acids in the body. In the figure the metabolic pathways (running left to right) for four fatty acids types are shown (top – Omega-3, second – Omega-6, third – Omega-9, bottom – Omega-7). Notice that only the omega-3 and omega-6 oils are considered to be essential fatty acids because they cannot be made in the body. This means they must come from food.

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Furthermore, an additional diagram from Dr. Hank’s article shown below provides details of the omega-6 and omega-3 pathways. Pathway specifics indicate key eicosanoids (series 1 prostaglandins [anti-inflammatory], series 2 prostaglandins [pro-inflammatory], and series 3 prostaglandins [anti-inflammatory]), oil sources, and important nutrient cofactors that are needed for the reactions to take place.

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In particular, Dr. Hank discusses how superior benefits to health result from a balanced 4:1 ratio between Omega-3 eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) fatty acids and Omega-6 gamma linoleic acid (GLA).

Below we list some of the functions and benefits obtained when by diet or supplementation the correct ratios and amounts of essential fatty acids are consumed.

• Regulate steroid production and hormone synthesis
• Regulate pressure in the eyes, joints, and blood vessels
• Regulate response to pain, inflammation, and swelling
• Mediate Immune Response
• Regulate bodily secretions and their viscosity
• Dilate or constrict blood vessels
• Regulate smooth muscle and autonomic reflexes
• Are primary constituents of cellular membranes
• Regulate the rate at which cells divide
• Necessary for the transport of oxygen from the red blood cells to tissues
• Necessary for proper kidney function and fluid balance
• Prevent red blood cells from clumping together
• Regulate nerve transmission

Dr. Hank also discusses the fallacy of thinking that supplemental Omega-3 fats alone are sufficient to produce health. That is, despite the relative lack of Omega-3 essential fats and the prevalence of Omega-6 fats in modern diets, it is nevertheless the forms (EPA and GLA)—and the critical 4:1 ratio between them—that makes the difference in how they act synergistically for health. The result of Hank’s scientific understanding of essential fatty acids has resulted in his formulation of a balanced EFA product, Essential Fats Plus E.

Orthomolecular Medicine News Service Article “Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease”

Regarding the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service article “Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease” (republished below) rebutting the “Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews” which relies on so-called “Evidence Based Medicine” (EBM) to distort truth on Omega-3 essential fatty acids, the fact that Omega-3 fats are under such false attack represents a huge disservice to the public.

While essential fatty acids may not generate profits for corporations—and in fact may lead to improved health outcomes that threaten the use of chemicals and drugs—essential fats nevertheless remain foundational for health.

Above we have shown the important reasons Omega-3 fats and other essential fatty acids are scientifically termed “essential.” And why people continue taking essential fats, and giving them to their families and children, for supporting health and well-being. Primary among these reasons is that you cannot be healthy without them. Hence, they are essential. Why believe anyone who says otherwise?

The bottom line: Omega-3 essential fatty acids are critical for health. Supplementing the diet with them is a good idea for nearly everyone. This is especially true because typical diets are proven to be most deficient in Omega-3 among essential fats.

Below we re-print in full the recent article “Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease” from the Orthomolecular News Service (OMNS) for the benefit of our HPDI blog readers. ~

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, Aug 6, 2018

Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease

Commentary by Damien Downing, MBBS, MSB and Robert G. Smith, PhD

The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews has just updated its own review: Omega-3 fatty acids for the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease [1]. Here’s our take on it.

Michael Pollan, the brilliant food writer, reckoned you could sum up what to do about nutrition and diets in 7 words; “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” That sums up both what’s best for humans and what’s best for the planet.

We reckon you can sum up what’s wrong with evidence-based medicine (EBM) in 10 words; “Evidence is a waste of data; systematic reviews are palimpsests.” You can use that as a knife to quickly dissect this study.

There are many things wrong with this review. Somebody’s PR department has spun the review’s “no clear evidence of benefit” into “evidence of no benefit” – absence of evidence becoming evidence of absence. And clearly the media were entirely happy to take that one and run with it.

Systematic reviews are palimpsests

What’s a palimpsest? Back when things got written on vellum, an animal skin, not on paper, you didn’t throw it away; you recycled it and wrote over the original. It was called a palimpsest.

A systematic review gives an opportunity to write over the conclusions of a whole list of papers with your new version of the truth. You do that by the way that you select and exclude them.

For instance there was a meta-analysis (that’s a systematic review with more numbers) in 2005 that concluded that vitamin E supplements significantly increased the risk of death [2]. The way they did that was to rule out any study with less than 10 deaths – when fewer deaths was exactly the outcome they were supposed to be looking for.

The reason they gave for doing that was “because we anticipated that many small trials did not collect mortality data.” We’re not buying it; they used it as a trick to enable them to get the negative result they wanted – to over-write the findings of a long list of original studies.

And here we have authors doing the very same thing in this omega-3 study – and upping the ante slightly. Now the threshold is 50 deaths. Fewer than that and your study is ruled out of the final, supposedly least biased, analysis . . on the grounds that it’s more biased.

We don’t know how they could keep a straight face while saying (our interpretation); “The studies with fewer deaths showed more benefit from omega-3s, so we excluded them.” At least that’s what happened back in 2004 when the first version of this came out.[3]

But this is the 8th update (we think) and they no longer bother to tell you about what they included or excluded in detail, so we can only assume that if they had changed that exclusion they would have told us.

The weird thing is that they are allowed to do it. Nutrition researcher Dr. Steve Hickey has shown that in systematic reviews there is generally control for bias in the included studies, but none for bias in the actual review and its authors.[4,5]

They found not one example of adequate blinding among 100 Cochrane reviews (like this one); they could all be palimpsests. Do we know that they are fake? No, but it doesn’t matter: what we do know is that we can’t trust them. Nor can we trust this Cochrane review. Things haven’t changed since 2004.

Evidence is a waste of data

Evidence is what lawyers and courts use to find someone Guilty or Not Guilty, and we all know how that can go wrong. It’s a binary system: you’re either one or the other. But at least if you’re on trial all the evidence should be about you and whether you did the crime.

In EBM the evidence is all about populations, not about individuals. When a doctor tells you “There’s a 1 in 3 chance this treatment will work” he is required to base that on big studies, or even systematic reviews. You don’t, and you can’t, know what that means for you because very likely you don’t fit the population profile.

As Steve Hickey (again) said, the statistical fallacy underlying all this states that you have one testicle and one ovary – because that’s the population average! The authors of this study update started off with about 2100 papers that looked relevant. They then excluded 90 per cent of them for various reasons – some of them good reasons, some not.

A smarter way to work would be to data-mine them and look for useful information about sub-groups and sub-effects in all the papers. Is there a particular reason omega-3s might work for you and not for others? Perhaps you can’t stand fish, or are allergic to them, and so are deficient in omega-3s.

But the review system doesn’t allow it, it insists on overall conclusions (about populations), and that’s a colossal waste of data. It also confounds the overall finding of the review – it biases it in fact.

Here’s an example: while most subgroups that made it to the final analysis showed a small reduction in risk from taking omega-3s in one form or another (pills, food, whatever), those who got it from supplemented foods, which we understand means stuff like margarine with added omega-3, showed a 4.3-fold death risk increase!

The problem here is that the effects of omega-3 fatty acids cannot be studied alone as if they were a drug. What counts are all the other components of the diet that affect a person’s health.

Processed foods and drinks that contain many unhealthy ingredients can’t be made healthy by adding small doses of vitamins, minerals, and omega-3 fatty acids. In fact, many processed foods that contain small doses of vitamins and other essential nutrients are unhealthy because they contain large doses of sugar, salt, and harmful ingredients such as preservatives, dyes, and other non-food items.

Why lipids are so important

Part of the problem is that lipids are truly complicated, and not many people, patients, doctors or even scientists, understand them well. You need a good understanding of lipid metabolism to appreciate the difference in metabolism and impact between alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, in food such as oily fish) and extracted oils such as EPA and DHA that are only found at high levels in omega-3 supplements.

At these levels they are effectively new to nature; nobody, indeed no mammal, was exposed to really high doses of DHA until we invented fish oil supplements [6]. Miss that fact and you miss the difference between having people eat fresh oily fish or just using omega-3 margarine!

We know from a variety of studies that a diet containing generous portions of green leafy and colorful vegetables and fruits, moderate portions of eggs, fish, and meat, and supplements of adequate doses of essential nutrients (vitamins and minerals) is effective at lowering the risk for cardiovascular disease.

Adequate doses of both omega-3 (in flax oil, walnuts, fish) and omega-6 (in seed oils such as canola, soybean, peanut) fatty acids are essential for health. Although essential, omega-6 fatty acids are thought to contribute to inflammation throughout the body whereas omega-3 fatty acids are anti-inflammatory.

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for most body organs including the brain but are found in lower levels than omega-6 fatty acids in most vegetables. Risk for cardiovascular disease can be lowered by adequate doses of vitamins C (3,000-10,000mg/d), D (2,000-10,000 IU/d), E (400-1,200 IU/d), and magnesium (300-600 mg/d) in addition to an excellent diet that includes an adequate dose of omega-3 fatty acids.[7]

(Dr. Damien Downing is a specialist physician practicing in London, and President of the British Society for Ecological Medicine. Robert G. Smith is a physiologist and Research Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School Of Medicine.)

 

References:

1. Abdelhamid, A, Brown TJ, Brainard JS, et al., (2018) Omega 3 fatty acids for the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Cochrane Database of Syst Rev. 7:CD003177. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30019766
http://cochranelibrary-wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD003177.pub3/abstract

2. Miller ER, Pastor-Barriuso R, Dalal D, et al., (2005) Review Meta-Analysis?: High-Dosage Vitamin E Supplementation May Increase. Annals of Internal Medicine, 142(1), pp.37-46. Available at: http://annals.org/article.aspx?articleid=718049.

3. Hooper L, Thompson RL, Harrison RA, et al.. (2004) Omega 3 fatty acids for prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. (4):CD003177. http://cochranelibrary-wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD003177.pub2/abstract

4. Hickey S, Noriega LA. Implications and insights for human adaptive mechatronics from developments in algebraic probability theory, IEEE, UK Workshop on Human Adaptive Mechatronics (HAM), Staffs, 15-16 Jan 2009.

5. Hickey S, Hickey A, Noriega LA, (2013) The failure of evidence-based medicine? Eur J Pers Centered Healthcare 1: 69-79. http://ubplj.org/index.php/ejpch/article/view/636

6. Cortie CH, Else, PL, (2012) Dietary docosahexaenoic acid (22:6) incorporates into cardiolipin at the expense of linoleic acid (18:2): Analysis and potential implications. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 13(11): 15447-15463. http://www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/13/11/15447

7. Case HS (2017) Orthomolecular Nutrition for Everyone. Turner Publication Co., Nashville, TN. ISBN-13: 978-1681626574

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