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The Nutrition InvestigatorThe health and nutrition blog by Dr. Roc Ordman.

Notes for long distance runners from ProfRoc
 

Notes for long distance runners from ProfRoc

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I was asked by an ultramarathon runner to investigate health issues. Below is the results of this search, brief and then long notes.

 BRIEF

Competitors of 70.3-mile triathlons should carefully weigh the benefits of higher race-morning energy, carbohydrate and caffeine intakes against their potential to increase GI distress; Exercising can help you age gracefully by keeping you fit. But it […] Read more »

[late] August nutrition notes from Roc

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Life has been busy with supplement activities, but here is my lengthy news notes from August.

SHORT HEADLINES WITH LONGER NOTES LATER

Calcium supplements are harmful: Whey provides leucine for muscle protein synthesis: Your immune system can regulate your microbiome to prevent obesity:  Cannabinoids may be carcinogenic: Calorie Restriction Extends Lifein Part via Endoplasmic Reticulum Hormesis:  EGCG (in green tea) reduces inflammatory signals: Lower vitamin D […] Read more »

Two supplements designed by Nutrition Investigator ProfRoc

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After 40 years studying nutrition and Healthspan, I have developed 2 nutritional supplements that peer-reviewed scientific literature indicates will tremendously benefit health through safe ingredients that trigger many beneficial metabolic effects.

I ate blueberries followed by a cup of green tea every morning because that helps preserve memory. Now I just take a Mito-C […] Read more »

A supplement to extend healthspan and maintain a healthier brain

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By Alfred “Roc” Ordman

ABSTRACT

  AARP magazine has stated that brain supplements do not work. I report here on a supplement designed based on peer-reviewed scientific journal reports of biochemical mechanisms and epidemiological studies which justify a formulation likely to prevent protein misfolding (PM).  PM is one of the major causes contributing to brain disorders like Alzheimer’s and […] Read more »

Meeting Notes Linus Pauling Institute 2019

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I am very busy setting up sales of the 2 nutritional supplements I have designed, Triumph to reduce risk for cancer and heart disease, and Mito-C to reduce the risk for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.  I have attached the powerpoint poster I presented on Triumph at the Linus Pauling conference. Reply now that you may order them […] Read more »

A Product for Health Span based on the Synergy between Vitamins C and K

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Ordman, Alfred
“Roc”, Beloit College, Beloit, WI, USA

Abstract The Federal law DSHEA prohibits manufacturers
from making medical claims for nutritional supplements without FDA
approval.  For the label on the
supplement described on this poster, I am required to state “This statement has
not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or […] Read more »

Level 3: Primary essay Page 1763: Vitamin C

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Why and how I take Vitamin C = ascorbic
acid = ascorbate

By xxx member with a Ph.D.

I take 500 mg of vitamin C (VC) once in
the morning and once at bedtime, though ideal is every 12 hours.  This dosage produces nearly the […] Read more »

Level 4B: Cons. Page 1760: Remarks by others who DO NOT take vitamin C

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            I
do not take vitamin C as a supplement. Taking supplements is a poor way to
obtain nutrition [1].  I obtain my VC by
consuming a healthy diet including plenty of fruits and vegetables [2]. Here is
a range of foods with a high level of […] Read more »

Level 4A: Pros. Page 1758: Remarks by others who take vitamin C

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          Remarks by others who take vitamin C

  I take 8g of VC twice a day because that is the dosage Linus Pauling advocated [1].

            I
take VC once a day as part of a multivitamin because this provides the Daily
Value [2].

[1]

[2]

Remarks by others […] Read more »

Level 2: Category choices Page 1744: Vitamins

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Vitamin B1     thiamine

Vitamin B2     riboflavin       
 

Vitamin B3     niacin 
 

Vitamin B4     biotin  
 

Vitamin B5    
pantothenic acid
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