Feature: The Gut Liver Axis©

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The Gut Liver Axis Is Crucial For Detox Why is the gut liver axis crucial for health? The liver has over 500 functions in human metabolism. These responsibilities include, among others, the formation and secretion of bile, the conversion of monosaccharides to glycogen, glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis, fatty acid breakdown, recovery and deamination of amino acids, the formation of plasma proteins and gc proteins, vitamin synthesis as well as the detoxification, and excretion of toxic metabolites. Glycogenolysis is the biochemical breakdown of glycogen to glucose whereas glycogenesis is the opposite, the formation of glycogen from glucose. Glycogenolysis takes place in the cells of muscle, and liver tissues in response to hormonal and neural signals. NAFLD is one […]

Alternavita Daily August 2018©

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Alternavita Daily August 25, 2018© Recap: Milk Proteins And Sugars Milk serum proteins are defined as substances that remain soluble in milk serum. These proteins are naturally formed during the production of cheese and account for 20% of the all protein in milk, such as: β-lactoglobulins α-lactalbumin immunoglobulins lactoferrin lactoperoxidase glycomacropeptide bovine serum albumin and other proteins Milk serum proteins are rapidly digested, and raise plasma amino acid concentrations. Therefore, milk serum proteins perform several functions, such as mineral absorption, improvement of protein synthesis, sensitivity to hormones, and decreased blood glucose and lipid levels. Sweet whey is a byproduct produced during the manufacture of rennet types of hard cheese, like Cheddar or Swiss cheese. Acid whey […]