Beyond Any Multiple™ includes resveratrol, tocotrienols, and an all-natural Vitamin K-2. At $10,000 per kilogram for vitamin K-2, no other multiple has ever added this vital ingredient to protect bones and help prevent pathological calcification of vascular tissue.
Italian scientists at Milan University, reporting in the British journal New Scientist, said that a natural chemical produced by vines and concentrated in both grapes and wine triggers a seven-fold increase in the activity and effectiveness of an enzyme called mapkinase, which stimulates and regenerates nerve cells. This chemical, called resveratrol, could help stave off neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s by allowing brain cells to grow small extensions through which they communicate with neighboring cells. Resveratrol is the biological component found in grapes and red wine that has been shown in clinical trials to help the body inhibit tumor initiation, promotion and progression. For centuries Asian medical doctors used the dried roots of Polygonum cuspidatum, which contain resveratrol, to treat a wide range of conditions.
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) is an antioxidant, a natural biochemical substance that helps protect cells (including the heart and blood vessels) against damage from harmful free radicals. However, a lesser known form of vitamin E, called tocotrienol, is not only a more powerful antioxidant but, unlike tocopherol, helps lower cholesterol and reduce abnormal blood clotting. Studies have shown that tocotrienols may be twice as effective as an antioxidant.
Arterial calcification is characterized as a buildup of calcium in the arterial walls. It is a process that can begin as early as the second decade of life and continue throughout adulthood. Although calcium is an essential nutrient in maintaining human bone integrity, the trick is to keep it out of the arteries. Studies have revealed that adequate levels of natural vitamin K2 may help in keeping calcium in your bones and out of arterial walls. Vitamin K works through an amino acid called “Gla,” which stands for gamma-carboxyglutamic acid. Gla is a part of the kind of protein that controls calcium. Vitamin K is necessary for this protein to do it’s work. Vitamin K performs this feat by “carboxylation” which gives proteins the adhesion they need to hold onto calcium. The proteins then move the calcium around. If proteins don’t get enough vitamin K, they can’t maintain the adhesion needed to move the calcium and the calcium will drift out of the bones and into the arteries and other soft tissues. In Japan, vitamin K2 is used as a therapeutic treatment for osteoporosis and in the Caucasian population it also has shown a significant benefit in the reduction of heart disease, due to its roles in calcium use and promoting matrix Gla-protein activity, a potent inhibitor of vascular calcification.
4 capsules daily as a dietary supplement, or as directed by a physician.
2 month supply at 4 capsules per day