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What Is Astragalus?
Astragalus is a plant within the Leguminosae (beans or legumes) family, with a very long history as an
immune system booster and disease fighter. Its roots are in Traditional Chinese Medicine, in which it’s
been used as an adaptogen for thousands of years — meaning it helps the body fight off stress and
disease. Today, astragalus medicinal healing and treatment uses span many different illnesses and
The perennial flowering plant, also called milkvetch root and Huang-qi, grows from 16 to 36 inches tall
and is native to the north and eastern regions of China. It’s also been traced back to Mongolia and Korea.
Astragalus roots are harvested from 4-year-old plants and are the only part of the plant that’s used
medicinally. Only two of the over 2,000 species of astragalus, astragalus membranaceus and astragalus
mongholicus, are used medicinally.
Astragalus contains three components that allow the plant to have such a positive impact on human
health: saponins, flavonoids and polysaccharides, which are all active compounds contained in certain
plants, including some fruits and vegetables. Saponins are known for their ability to lower cholesterol,
improve the immune system and prevent cancer. Flavanoids, also found in astragalus, provide health
benefits through cell signaling. They show antioxidative qualities, control and scavenge of free radicals,
and can help prevent heart disease, cancer and immunodeficiency viruses. Polysaccharides are known to
have antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory capabilities, among other health benefits.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the herb was hailed as a protector against stresses, both mental and
physical. Astragalus provides health benefits to a number of body systems and ailments. Although more
studies in humans are needed to solidify its effectiveness, success in rats, mice and other animals have
prompted progressive research on the herb.
Because of the tremendous success of so many research studies and trials, new information about
astragalus is coming to light all the time. In general, its greatest strength is preventing and protecting cells
against cell death and other harmful elements, such as free radicals and oxidation.
According to continuing research, astragalus health benefits include:
1. Acts as an Anti-Inflammatory
Inflammation is at the root of most diseases. From arthritis to heart disease, it’s often the culprit of the
damage. Many studies show that thanks to its saponins and polysaccharides, astragalus can reduce inflammatory response in connection to a number of illnesses and conditions, from helping to heal wounds and lesions to reducing inflammation in diabetic kidney disease.
2. Boosts the Immune System
In terms of reputation, boosting the immune system is astragalus’ claim to fame. It’s been used in this
capacity for thousands of years. A study out of Beijing displayed its ability to control t-helper cells 1 and 2,
essentially regulating the body’s immune responses. Although the full extent of the herb’s capabilities are
yet to be determined, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that astragalus, used as an adjunct therapy,
will someday be used to cure many diseases.
3. Slows or Prevents the Growth of Tumors
Many recent screenings have shown the success of astragalus saponins, flavonoids and polysaccharides
in decreasing or eliminating tumors. In instances of chemoresistance treating liver cancer, astragalus has
shown potential in reversing multidrug resistance and as an addition to conventional chemotherapy,
according to a study published in the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
4. Protects the Cardiovascular System
The flavonoids present in astragalus are antioxidants that help prevent plaque buildup in arteries and
narrowing of vessel walls by protecting the inner wall of the vessel. In addition, a 2014 study published in
the Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine suggests injection of astragalus, combined with conventional
treatment for viral myocarditis (inflammation of the middle layer of the heart wall), makes treatment more
successful in heart conditions.
Other studies have shown its ability to reduce blood pressure and level of triglycerides. High levels of
triglycerides put individuals at risk for many forms of heart disease, such as stroke, heart attack and
hardening of artery walls.
During a heart attack, heart muscle damage occurs when there is a lack of blood supply and oxygen. At
that time, calcium overload creates secondary damage. Astragalus can prevent additional heart muscle
damage by regulating calcium homeostasis in the heart.
5. Regulates and Prevents Diabetes and Illnesses Related to Diabetes
Astragalus has been studied progressively as an antidiabetic. Studies show its ability to relieve insulin
resistance and treat diabetes naturally. The herb’s collection of saponins, flavonoids and
polysaccharides all are effective in treating and regulating type 1 and 2 diabetes. They’re able to increase
insulin sensitivity, protect pancreatic beta cells (the cells in the pancreas that produce and release insulin)
and also act as anti-inflammatories in areas related to diabetes symptoms.
Kidney disease in diabetics is also a common problem, and astragalus has been used to treat kidney
illness for many years. More recent studies have shown astragalus can slow the progress of kidney
problems in diabetics and protect the renal system.
L-arginine is a type of amino acid, and as we know, amino acids are the “building blocks” of proteins. We
obtain l-arginine from our diets, especially animal sources of protein foods, including beef and other
types of red meat, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy products.
In addition to occurring naturally in “complete proteins” that supply all the essential amino acids we need,
l-arginine is also created in laboratory settings so it can be used to make supplements that benefit heart
health, exercise performance, mental capabilities and much more.
How L-arginine Works
While not exactly an “essential” amino acid — meaning one the body cannot make on its own and
therefore must get from outside sources — L-arginine is considered somewhat essential because it’s
highly important for many functions yet usually present in low quantities, especially as someone gets
older. One of the biggest benefits of L-arginine is its ability to improve blood flow and circulation. In the
body, L-arginine is converted into nitric oxide, which causes blood vessels to open wider.
This has multiple benefits, including improving immune function, fertility, detoxification and brain power.
Another important aspect of L-arginine is that it stimulates the production of certain hormones, especially
beneficial growth hormones and insulin that help usher glucose into cells to be used for growth and
energy output. This is one of the reasons it’s believed to enhance physical performance, stamina and
Other L-arginine benefits include:
● fighting inflammation
● lowering risk for arteriosclerosis and heart attack
● repairing blood vessels
● fighting congestive heart failure (CHF) and coronary artery disease
● helping lower high blood pressure
● improving athletic performance
● increasing immune function
● reducing muscle pains (especially in the legs caused by blocked arteries)
● improving kidney function
● improving mental capacity
● fighting dementia
● correcting impotence, erectile dysfunction (ED) and male infertility
● preventing the common cold
To dive a little further into the capabilities of l-arginine, it helps to understand how nitric oxide (NO) works
in the body. Nitric oxide is a type of natural reactive gas that both plants and animals produce. It’s created
using the amino acid L-arginine (making L-arginine its precursor) and is actually a type of by-product that
forms from many different chemical reactions. L-arginine is needed by the endothelial cells (the ones
lining the inside of all blood vessels) in order to form enough nitric oxide to keep blood flowing freely.
Nitric oxide improves circulation by dialating blood vessels, so when people don’t have enough in their
arteries their risk for heart disease is higher. NO keeps your blood pressure level within a normal range by
signaling blood vessel muscles to relax, expand and let blood through, while also preventing clots and
plaque from forming. Research suggests that as someone ages, his or her ability to produce enough NO
in the artery linings decreases, but luckily obtaining more L-arginine can enhance nitric oxide capabilities
and correct impaired endothelial function.
The benefits of L-arginine go beyond producing NO to help with circulation, however; as you’ll see,
L-arginine has important roles in nerve signaling, cell replication, and fighting oxidative stress that results
in disease and signs of aging.
Amino acids are building blocks of protein, used by your body to construct many different types of these
essential compounds. But some amino acids, including one called L-ornithine -- or, more commonly,
ornithine -- may have other important roles. L-ornithine is crucial for removal of bodily wastes, and some
research also suggests this amino acid may help boost your energy level and provide your body with
other significant benefits.
The Urea Cycle
When your cells break down nitrogen-containing compounds such as proteins, they produce ammonia as
a byproduct. This can be toxic if not removed. In the urea cycle, liver cells convert ammonia into urea, a
waste product eliminated by your kidneys -- ornithine is central to this process and gives the cycle its
alternate name, the ornithine cycle.
When a problem develops and ornithine can't participate effectively in
the urea cycle, potentially serious conditions can result, including one called ornithine transcarbamylase
deficiency. This rare inherited disorder occurs in 1 in 80,000 people. It interferes with the urea cycle,
allowing ammonia to accumulate in the blood, and this can cause lack of energy, seizures or other
Your kidneys convert ornithine into arginine, another amino acid that benefits your body in several ways.
Arginine is a precursor for a compound called nitric oxide, which helps dilate your blood vessels when you
require extra blood to your tissues. Arginine also helps your muscle cells produce creatine, a compound
they need to contract. Research suggests that consuming extra ornithine can help promote physical
strength and endurance. For example, a study published in the November 2008 issue of "Nutrition
Research" found that healthy subjects who took extra ornithine experienced less exercise-induced fatigue
than a placebo group. The authors concluded that ornithine promotes more efficient energy usage by
cells, and they recommend it as a nutritional supplement to prevent fatigue.
Studies have shown that L-Glutamine supplementation can minimize breakdown of muscle and improve
protein metabolism. Find out everything you need to know about glutamine and how it can help you!
Glutamine is the most common amino acid found in your muscles - over 61% of skeletal muscle is
Glutamine. Glutamine consists of 19% nitrogen, making it the primary transporter of nitrogen into your
During intense training, Glutamine levels are greatly depleted in your body, which decreases strength,
stamina and recovery. It could take up to 6 days for Glutamine levels to return to normal - and Glutamine
plays a key role in protein synthesis. Studies have shown that L-Glutamine supplementation can minimize
breakdown of muscle and improve protein metabolism.
Glutamine plays key roles in protein metabolism, cell volumising, and anti-catabolism. Glutamine also
helps metabolize body fat and support new muscle growth. Glutamine's anti-catabolism ability prevents
the breakdown of your muscles.
This is especially useful for people 'cutting down'. Especially during summer when you're trying to get rid
of some body fat without losing any muscle. Glutamine is needed throughout your body for optimal
performance. Your small intestines requires the most Glutamine in your body, and your immune system
also needs Glutamine because Glutamine levels deplete during workouts, bodybuilders are more
susceptible to illnesses - this is why L-Glutamine supplementation is so important, not necessarily to gain
more muscle, but for the 'maintenance' effects of L-Glutamine.
L-carnitine is a naturally occurring amino acid derivative that’s often taken as a weight loss supplement.
It plays a crucial role in the production of energy by transporting fatty acids into your cells’ mitochondria.
The mitochondria act as engines within your cells, burning these fats to create usable energy.
Your body can actually produce L-carnitine out of the amino acids lysine and methionine.
For your body to produce it in sufficient amounts, you also need plenty of vitamin C.
In addition to the L-carnitine produced in your body, you can also obtain small amounts from the diet by
eating animal products like meat or fish.
Vegans or people with certain genetic issues may be unable to produce or obtain enough. This means
that it’s a “conditionally essential” nutrient.
L-carnitine’s main role in the body has to do with mitochondrial function and energy production.
In cells, it helps transport fatty acids into the mitochondria, where they can be burned for energy.
About 98% of the body’s L-carnitine stores are found in your muscles, along with trace amounts in the
liver and blood.
For general health, it benefits your mitochondrial function and may help increase mitochondrial growth
and health, which plays a key role in disease and healthy aging.
Newer research has shown the potential benefits of different forms of carnitine, which may be used for
conditions including heart and brain diseases.
Summary: L-carnitine’s primary role is to transport fatty acids into your cells to be processed or “burned”
by your mitochondria for energy.
Maca root (lepidium meyenii) is an adaptogen and a member of the cruciferous family, like broccoli and
cabbage, but due to it’s unique properties it considered one of the world’s natural “super foods.” Maca is
grown high in the mountains of South America, mainly in high altitude regions of Peru.
The pleasant tasting root is usually available in powder form after being harvested and grounded down.
The maca root benefits include a positive effect on hormone balance, energy levels, and a health
And not only is it a natural source of healing nutrition, but it also has a long history of being a safe
superfood that has been consumed for its medicinal benefits for thousands of years in regions of the
Maca is a pleasant tasting root usually available in powder form. It is very rich in nutrients (has a higher
calcium level than milk) and is very nutrient dense.
Maca Root benefits include increased fertility in both men and women, hormone balance, booster for the
immune system, and increased energy, stamina, improved sexual function, memory, and focus.
Maca is considered an “adaptogen”, a name given to certain herbs, plants, and natural substances that
help the body naturally adapt to stressors like a busy schedule, demanding job, or illness, for example.
Another unique fact about maca root is that historically it has been considered a very potent aphrodisiac
and a traditional fertility secret of populations living in the Andes.
Consuming maca often makes people feel more “alive”, energetic, and leaves them with a sense of
well-being, all of which are thought to be due to its ability to restore proper hormone balance and elevate
“feel good” endorphins. Another benefit of maca is its relatively high amount of absorbable plant-based
nutrients, including protein, fiber, calcium and magnesium, among others.
Vitamin B3, also called niacin, is one of the eight B-complex water-soluble vitamins. Niacin has a wide
range of uses in the body, helping functions in the digestive system, skin and nervous system. Niacin, a
name coined from nicotinic acid vitamin, comes in several forms, including niacinamide (nicotinamide)
and inositol hexanicotinate.
Each of these forms has various uses as well.
Food sources of niacin include yeast, meat, fish, milk, eggs, nuts, green vegetables, beans and enriched
breads and cereals. The human body can also make niacin from the amino acid tryptophan, according to
the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Like other B vitamins, niacin helps the body break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy,
according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. In addition, it plays a role in gland and liver
function. Niacin has a role in producing certain hormones in the adrenal glands and helps remove harmful
chemicals from the liver.
Pygeum is an evergreen tree native to African forest regions. It can grow to approximately 45 m in height.
The thick leaves are oblong in shape; the flowers are small and white. Pygeum fruit is a red berry,
resembling a cherry when ripe. The bark (red, brown, or gray) is the part of the plant used for medicinal
What is it used for?
The hard wood of pygeum is valued in Africa and often is used to make wagons. Powdered pygeum bark
is used by African natives to treat urinary problems.
Pygeum has been used to improve symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy and to improve sexual
function. In France, Pygeum africanum extract (PAE) has become the primary course of treatment for
enlarged prostate. In contrast, surgery is the main option in other Western countries. Drugs used to
alleviate symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) include anticholinergics, muscle relaxants,
calcium antagonists, prostaglandin inhibitors, beta-agonists, tricyclic antidepressants, and alpha blockers.
Pygeum also is therapeutic as an anti-inflammatory, to increase prostatic secretions and to decrease
certain hormones in the glandular area, which reduces the hypertrophy (swelling). Other actions of
pygeum include increase in bladder elasticity and cell modifications. PAE's “phyto-estrogenic” action
markedly reduces prostatic hypertrophy. Most trial results report improvement of BPH symptoms. When
compared with saw palmetto in a clinical trial, it was demonstrated that saw palmetto produced greater
reduction of symptoms and was better tolerated. However, PAE may have greater effects on prostate
secretion. By improving an underlying problem, PAE may improve sexual function.
Rhodiola Rosea also known as “golden root” is an adaptogen herb with tremendous fat burning, energy
enhancing and brain boosting power.
Adaptogens are a group of plants that can help your body adapt to physical, chemical, and environmental
stress and rhodiola is one of the most effective in this family.
This unique herb grows at high altitudes in the arctic areas of Asia and Eastern Europe.
Historically the Vikings used rhodiola to enhance physical strength and the Sherpa people used it to climb
at high altitudes including Mt. Everest.
The Russians have used rhodiola benefits extensively over the past 70 years mostly for improving work
performance, insomnia, fatigue, depression, and increasing athletic endurance.
Rhodiola has been proven to have four major health benefits including:
1. Burning Belly Fat
2. Increased Energy and Athletic Performance
3. Lowering Cortisol
4. Fighting Depression and Improving Brain Function
Let me start off by going over how rhodiola can help you burn fat for energy.
1. Burn More Belly Fat with Rhodiola
One of the many incredible characteristics of rhodiola benefits is that it helps your body burn stored fat as
fuel. Rhodiola contains an active compound called rosavin that has been proven to trigger a fat burning
response in your body.
Rosavin works by stimulating an enzyme called hormone-sensitive lipase which has the ability to
breakdown fat that is stored in adipose tissue (belly area). Also, human clinical studies found that if you
combine taking rhodiola extract with doing moderate exercise the breakdown of belly fat increases even
A controlled placebo study done on 130 overweight patients at Georgian State Hospital showed that
taking rhodiola rosea extract daily led to a mean weight loss of 19 pounds (11% reduction in body
fat), compared to only 8 pounds of loss by the placebo group eating the exact same low calorie diet.1
We all know that exercise especially interval exercise like burst training can increase fat loss, but if you
want an edge taking rhodiola along with exercise can accelerate your weight loss efforts.
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