John and Helene Duncan

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Macro Nutrients
 Protein (g)            
 Carbohydrates (g)            
 Total Fat (g)            
   Saturated Fat (g)            
   Monounsaturated Fat (g)            
   Polyunsaturated Fat (g)            
             
Other Nutrients            
 Cholesterol (mg)            
 Total Dietary Fiber (g)            
 Alcohol (g)            
 Ash (g)            
 Caffeine (mg)            
             
             
 Phytosterols (mg)            
 Theobromine (mg)            
 Water (g)            
 Sugar (g)            
             
Vitamins            
Vitamin A (IU) - Retinol Beta-Carotene 25,000IU 300 mcg from 1,000 IU
900 mcg from 3,000 IU
Equate Century Silver as acetate
 Beta Carotene

5,000 IU

   
 Vitamin A (RE)            
 Vitamin B - Complex            
 Vitamin Bx - PABA  - (Para-aminobenzoic acid)       N/A    
 Vitamin B1 - Thiamin (mg)       1.5 mg    
 Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin (mg)       1.7 mg    
 Vitamin B3- Niacin (mg) (Nicotinamide)

More effective than statins in protecting against heart disease
      20 mg  

Bill Faloon - LEF.org

 
 Vitamin B5 - Pantothenic Acid (mg)            
 Vitamin B6 - Pyridoxine (mg)       2 mg    
 Vitamin B9 - Folic Acid (mcg)       400 mcg    
 Vitamin B1 0 - Betaine
 - Important for Heart
           
 Vitamin B12 - Cyanocobalanmi (mcg)
Methylcobalamin protects against Glutamate toxicity from ingesting MSG
      6 mcg   Bill Faloon lef.org
 Vitamin B15 - Pangamic Acid       N/A    
 Vitamin B17 - Amygdalin (Laetrile)       N/A    
 Vitamin C (mg) - Ascorbic Acid           1500 mg 1,000 mg Select   60 mg    
 Vitamin D (mg) - Cholecalciferol
protects against breast, colon and prostate cancer
1,000 mg Life   2,000   Life Extension
 Vitamin E (mg) - alpha-Tocopherol        400 IUtaken in form of gamma-tocopherol protects against breast and prostate cancer, 34 mg from 75 IU Equate Century Silver as acetate 8-18 mg  

Bill Faloon

 

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 Vitamin H Biotin (mcg) (B-8)       30 mcg    
 Vitamin K (mcg) - Menadione       90-120 mcg    
 Vitamin L - Anthranilic Acid      

N/A

   
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Minerals            
 Calcium (mg) 200 mg
500 mg
Equate Century Silver as phosphate & carbonate 1,000 mg   600 mg at night
restless legs
 Chromium (mcg)
-cuts down on sugar cravings - Dr. Jonathan Wright
      120 mcg    
Cobalt
improves absorption of bioidentical estrogen
 - Dr. Jonathan Wright
           
 Copper (mg) 2 mg
 
Equate Century Silver cupric oxide 2 mg    
 Floride (mg)       1 mg    
 Iodine (mcg)
cure painfully cystic breasts - Dr. Jonathan Wright
0.15 mg Equate Century Silver   300 mcg    
 Iron (mg) 4 mg Equate Century Silver ferrous fumarate 18 mg    
Lithium
-staves off memory loss - neuroprotective and  neuroreparative - Dr. Jonathan Wright
           
 Magnesium (mg)
lowers risk of heart disease
50 mg Equate Century Silver magnesium oxide 2 mg   A nightly dose of 200 mg for hearing.& restless legs
 Manganese (mg)       400 mg    
 Molybdenum (mcg)       75 mcg    
 Phosphorus (mg) 125 mg Equate Century Silver calcium phosphate 1,000 mg    
 Potassium (mg)      

2,000 mg

   
 Selenium (mcg)                            100mg
-may reverse eyesight loss - Dr. Jonathan Wright
     

70 mcg

   
 Sodium (mg) (Chloride)      

3,400 mg

   
 Zinc (mg)
 - increases testosterone levels
-may reverse eyesight loss - Dr. Jonathan Wright

50 mg

 

 

 

             
Amino Acids            
 Alanine (g)            
 Arginine (g)            
 Aspartic Acid (g)            
 Cystine (g)   (Cysteine?)            
 Glutamic Acid (g)            
 Glycine (g)            
 Histidine (g)            
 Isoleucine (g)            
 Leucine (g)            
 Lysine (g)            
 Methionine (g)            
 Phenylalanine (g)       751,500 mg    
 Proline (g)            
 Serine (g)            
 Threonine (g)            
 Tyrosine (g)            
 Tryptophan (g)            
 Valine (g)            
active L-theanine
restless legs
      50 to 200 milligrams at bedtime    
             
Glucosamine            
Chondroitin            
             
             
             
             
Fatty Acids            
 Fatty Acid 4:0 Butyric (g)            
 Fatty Acid 6:0 Caproic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 8:0 Caprylic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 10:0 Capric (g)            
 Fatty Acid 12:0 Lauric (g)            
 Fatty Acid 14:0 Myristic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 14:1 Myristoleic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 15:0 Pentadecanoic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 16:0 Palmitic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 16:1 Palmitoleic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 17:0 Heptadecanoic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 18:0 Stearic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 18:1 Oleic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 18:2 Linoleic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 18:3 Linolenic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 18:4 Moroctic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 20:0 Arachidic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 20:1 Gadoleic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 20:4 Arachidonic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 20:5 Timnodonic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 22:0 Behenic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 22:1 Erucic (g)            
 Fatty Acid 22:5 Clupanodonic (g)            
             
Alpa-Lipoic Acid       Take 150 mgs a day   Unknown -Hearing Loss

Omega-3 Fish Oils

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   Fatty Acid 22:6 Docosahexaenoic (g)
   Fatty Acid 24:0 Tetracosanoic (g)          
             
Herbs & Spices            
Valerian - 440mg
sleep
          ClubNatural- $8.00 Bottle
Curcumin
May prevent Alzheimer's, cancer, atherosclerosis & inflammatory disorders

Bill Faloon - LEF.org

D-mannose
Bladder infections
Dr. JonathanWright
Milk Thistle            
Echinacea            
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
Enzymes
Co-Q10 Coenzyme Q10  60 mgs
Glutathione 50 mgs

Unknown

 
Hormones            
Melatonine

3-5 mg

       

at night

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)        25-50 mgs mornings    
Testosterone
 
           
 
 
 
 
PreBiotics
 
ProBiotics
 
Acetyl-Carnitine

 hearing loss

150 mgs

 
             
Foods            
Pomegranate Juice
Helps reverse the arterial wall thickness & enhances biological benefit of nitric oxide on blood vessels
8 glasses/day Bill Faloon - LEF.org
             
             
             
Hormones - Major            
Insulin            
             
             
             
Hormones - Minor            
Melatonin
sleep induceing, antiaging, anticancer properties - super free radical suppressor
           
Aldosterone
-Hearing Loss - Dr. Jonathan Wright
           
 
Other            
Aspirin            
Hydrochloric Acid  IV - Dr. Jonathan Wright            
             

Carotenoids

           
             
             
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Phytochemicals    OSU

Flavonoids  GNC

Choline

L-Carnitine
 

HealthNotes

Secretagogues: Substances that stimulate the endocrine system to increase hormonal secretions.

  • L-Arginine & L-Ornithine
  • Arginine Pyroglutamate & L-Lysine ( do not combine L-Lysine with L- Arginine. See medical report #1 )
  • L-Glutamine
  • L-Glycine
  • Niacin / B-3
  • Vit. C
  • GABA

a-Lipoic Acid

Enzymes - Lactase (Digest Lactose)
                 - Lipase (digest fat)
                 - amylase  (digests carbohydrates)

Phosphatidylserine


"Health is the first of all liberties"  - Henri Amiel (1821-1881)


 

LPI - Linus Pauling Institute (Oregon State University)

NLM - United States National Library of Medicine

Mrk - Merk Laboratories

ME - Molecular Expressions

NIH - National Institute of Health

OSU - Ohio State University

n/a - Not Available

N/A - Not Applicable

 

 

 

 

IU = International Units
mcg = micrograms
mg = milligrams

*Vitamin A is also measured in RE's.
One RE equals 3.33 International Units (IU)
of retinol (active vitamin A)
equals 10 IU's of beta-carotene.

 

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