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Jeff Allen is known for his passionate and compelling presentations and this presentation is no different.
On this DVD, Jeff gives his background as to why he had to follow a path of wellness. He then outlines eight steps to achieving wellness and a better quality of life. This presentation fits all of the new guidelines, yet Jeff is still very compelling.
The Eight Steps to Wellness: Communication Defence Regulations Nutrition Digestion Hydration Exertion Breathing
2. These 8 monosakkarider are necessary for the cell to produce glycoforms, which is used for cell recognition and communication in your body.
3. Monosakkarider does not need to be digested, or broken down. Monosakkarider are uptained directly into the cells in your body!
4. Your body can produce these 8 monosakkarider, if they were present in the food you eat.
5. Without sufficient glycoforms on the cell surface, the cells makes mistakes and failures in cell recognition and communication.
6. One of the eight steps to achieving wellness is proper cell recognition and communication.
7. Finally - these 8 monosakkarider are real and pure food elements, which should have been in the food your normally eat. Search the internet or your local stores for the food that contains these 8 monosakkarider. Your choice - your life.
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Get enough mannatose into your diet.
Mannose in food:
Mannose is a six-carbon sugar found in a variety of fruits and vegetables.
It can also be made from glucose in the body.
Mannose is not found free in foods, but rather as part of polysaccharide chains attached to a variety of proteins.
These mannose-attached proteins are said to be mannosylated.
Pure mannose is purified from these mannosylated proteins.
A variety of fruits contain high levels of mannose.
These include black currants, red currants, gooseberries, cranberries, cranberry juice, tomatoes, apples, peaches, oranges and blueberries.
It is also found in palm kernel oil, the edible oil from palm trees.
Vegetables are also a good source of mannose.
High levels of mannose are found in green beans, cabbage, broccoli, eggplant, turnip, green coffee beans, shiitake mushrooms and kelp.
Mannose is also found in carob gum, the gum extracted from the carob plant, and in guar gum, the fiber from the seed of the guar plant.
In the guar gum and carob plant, mannose is in the form of galactomannan, which are polymers of mannose and galactose.
Herbs and Spices
An herbal source of mannose is the aloe vera plant.
Aloe vera contains acemannan, which is a polysaccharide chain of mannose molecules. Mannose is also found in cayenne pepper.
Bean and Legume Sources
Mannose is found in fenugreek, the small, yellowish brown, stony seeds from the pod of a bean-like plant.
In fenugreek, mannose is in the form a galactomannan, a polysaccharide of mannose and galactose.
Mannose is also found in soybeans, kidney beans and lima beans.
Commercially manufactured ice-cream products contain mannose because of the presence of locus bean, or carob gum, and guar gum.
Locus bean gum, or carob gum, is used in ice cream to improve texture and reduce melting. Because locus bean gum, or guar gum is also used in cream cheese, processed fruits, and salad dressings, these foods also contain a certain degree of mannose, usually in the form of mannose polysaccharides, or galactomannans.