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PSN Session 11 Class
PSN Session 9 & 10 Classes and Notes
Supplement quality agencies:
Movie: Bigger, Faster, Stronger
Enzymes to help inflamation: Wobenzym get them in my store 15% off through there:
Follow the intructions there. Will be setting up an account with Douglas Labs attached to me.
More supplements we talked on that you can also get from at my site: Glucosamine, Vitamin C.
PSN Session 7 & 8 Classes
PSN Session 5 and 6 Info
Body Typing- Glandular types: Document here
Biological value: Pea protein and Egg: See page 441 of your encyclopedia for more:
Pea protein: Pea protein has a nearly complete profile, although there are a couple of nonessential (amino acids your body already produces) and conditional amino acids missing.
HMB- I found another good source and will get you guys set up on that from my site ASAP.
UPC labeling on veggies and fruits: Click here for an article
Chopra ayurevidic types: Click here
Tryptophan story: Wikipedia, but it is right on. This exerpt is the gist of it.
Main article: Eosinophilia–myalgia syndrome
There was a large outbreak of eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome (EMS) in the U.S. in 1989, with more than 1,500 cases reported to the CDC and at least 37 deaths. After preliminary investigation revealed that the outbreak was linked to intake of tryptophan, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned most tryptophan from sale in the US in 1991, and other countries followed suit.
Subsequent epidemiological studies suggested that EMS was linked to specific batches of L-tryptophan supplied by a single large Japanese manufacturer, Showa Denko. It eventually became clear that recent batches of Showa Denko's L-tryptophan were contaminated by trace impurities, which were subsequently thought to be responsible for the 1989 EMS outbreak. However, other evidence suggests that tryptophan itself may be a potentially major contributory factor in EMS.
The FDA loosened its restrictions on sales and marketing of tryptophan in February 2001, but continued to limit the importation of tryptophan not intended for an exempted use until 2005.
The fact that the Showa Denko facility used genetically engineered bacteria to produce the contaminated batches of L-tryptophan later found to have caused the outbreak of eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome has been cited as evidence of a need for "close monitoring of the chemical purity of biotechnology-derived products." Those calling for purity monitoring have, in turn, been criticized as anti-GMO activists who overlook possible non-GMO causes of contamination and threaten the development of biotech.
PSN Session 4
Getting a good nights sleep is a huge part of obtaining optimum health. Light from our technology devices messes with your sleep patterns by signaling your eyes that the sun is still up, thus altering or stopping your normal hormonal sleep cascade.
Here are a few things you can do:
Open the Settings.
Go to General -> Accessibility -> Zoom.
Turn on Zoom.
Quickly tap three times, with three fingers, anywhere on the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad screen.
Tap on Choose Filter.
Select Low Light.
Install I.flux on your computer, I have been using this for years and love it. During the day, computer screens look good—they're designed to look like the sun. But, at 9PM, 10PM, or 3AM, you probably shouldn't be looking at the sun. f.lux fixes this: it makes the color of your computer's display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day.
Blue blocking glasses- I am still researching this.
What Frances Pottenger's found in this study are paralleling what we are seeing in humans today.
Not in an exact way, but our void of nutrieint foods is causing serious physiological problems in humans like infertility.
Youtube video on Pottenger's ground breaking study:
JULY 25 POSTS
Cory Holly: Sign up on his site here monthly: http://store.coryholly.com/store/details.cfm?id=61
Underground Wellness: Awesome interviews on all aspects of health, food, lifestyle, light, sleep, sunlight, mood, etc. by Sean Croxton. www.undergroundwellness.com These are old podcasts and the current stuff he is doing are called "The Sessions" and are more self help stuff. Look for "Underground Wellness".
Paul Chek at the The Chek Institute: www.chekinstitute.com Holistic coach, lifestyle expert, fitness expert, and more. I am a Holistic Life Coach with the Chek Institute. Awesome stuff.
I use the Stitcher app for a lot of my podcasts. I can listen offline as well. Site here:
Cory Holly - CHI TV
Hubie Fit - Local good friend of mine.
Mark Sisson- "Primal Blueprint" guy, a form of low carb.
Ben Greenfield Fitness - Ironman, Sparten racer, and trainer.
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CURRENT PSN CLASS: Lesson 3