Over the last 8-10 years, we have worked on the development of a product that primarily supports the liver and its functions. First of all, we searched for amino acids that are already in the literature as regenerative and liver-function enhancers. We discovered a molecule that is not yet listed in the literature but fitted in our research effectively well.
The active substance is the so-called. Vitamin U, chemically S-methyl methionine. This substance to be used in therapeutic and other treatments is protected by its own international patent. The final compound of the product was tested in preclinical (animal) tests, mainly in the study of hepatotoxic side effects of several anticancer agents.
With the involvement of specialists, the product was also investigated in liver toxicosis of various origins. The changes were controlled by instrumental diagnostics (ultrasound, CT, etc.) and blood chemistry parameters. The most apparent improvement was found in Hepatitis C sufferers.
Active substance Experience
Active substance Experience
Vitamin U (S-methyl methionine):
Vitamin U, S-methyl methionine, is an excellent scavenger, or antioxidant. It develops its effects in several places, mainly on the cells ‘ boundaries. In these places, it converts non-or difficult-to-eliminate molecules so that they can be eliminated as metabolites. With this activity, it promotes the influx of molecules needed for “good” cell building. The so-called pure molecules (in this case amino acids) are involved in DNA synthesis within the cell. This process is safer, the less the cell membranes surround the hard-to-discharge metabolite or the fragmented molecule. It has already been demonstrated in previous studies (Russian biochemistry) that the active-S-and although only active methyl groups of the U-vitamin indicate these groups of hard-to-discharge metabolites, the metabolites are excreted more quickly, thereby becoming recognizable. If these reactions do not occur in the absence of vitamin U, then there is a great chance that the aforementioned undesirable molecules will penetrate through the membrane into the cells and, during the cell division, change the amino acid sequence of the new cell. This prevents the regeneration of intact cells by dividing. Thinking about this series of reactions, it is easy to see that Vitamin U has an important role not only in the regeneration of cells, but also in the reduction of tumor cell formation.
- -Vitamin U performs the “cleaning” activity on the surface of the cells, thus inhibiting the development of metastasis in cancer patients.
- -Plays a “Carrier” role at fat-soluble vitamins, selenoids and β-carotene, so it assists in their absorption and leads them up to the place of use.
- -It also strengthens the immune system by fulfilling the cleansing activity of the proteins that are important in immunity.
In hypoxia and edeosinophilic conditions (especially in the case of the brain), the cell membrane is damaged, and as a result, the cell plasma flows out of the cell, which worsens the condition further. The group of L-cysteine SH is capable of regenerating the cell membrane, restoring permeability, resulting in a decrease in hypoxia and edema. The substance is also an excellent antioxidant. In cancer metastases, the cells are always hypoxic.
Its molecule consists of three amino acids, cysteinine, glutamine and glycerin. Of these, cysteine can be a liming factor in the formation of glutathione, that is, the endowment with Cythine determines how much glutationt is able to synthesize our liver. Thus, it is understandable that the external supplementation) of cysteine is the most important factor contributing to the synthesis and increasing the level of glutathione. Glutathione conjugation is the process in which 60% of toxic substances are bound in the liver (in the detoxification processes II. Phase of the Its effectiveness contributes to the failure of toxins to accumulate in the liver. In addition, cysteine is an effective antioxidant, which also provides additional protection for liver cells.
As a primary anti-toxin and cell membrane stabiliser, L-cysteine helps neutralize the by-products during the digestion of blood fat and alcohol and protects our bodies from the harmful effects of chemotherapy, tobacco smoke, heavy metals and many other substances . It is used in Europe to counteract acetaminophen poisoning with great success. Hepatoprotective effects may also be useful when treating other liver problems.
It is able to bind excess nitrogen at cerebral circulation, resulting in better brain function. Its effectiveness depends on the glucose level. Hypoglycemic patients in insulin coma at lower glucose levels can be easier revived than just using glucose alone. L-glutamic acid maintains blood sugar level. It also helps to cleanse our body from high levels of ammonia while increasing some of its strong antioxidant levels, which also plays a crucial role in detoxification (e.g. in case of alcohol withdrawal therapy).
L-aspartic acid is an amino acid that helps with optimal cell function. In cancer patients it is rapidly excreted and replaced. L-glutamic acid, when dosed correctly with L-aspartic acid, decreases its own protein breakdown, thereby facilitating and accelerating regeneration after mental and physical fatigue of our body.
Assists in immune function. It eliminates ammonia from our body, thus promotes regeneration. It also plays a role in the regeneration of the liver, as it helps in detoxication of harmful substances and increases the ability of the body to protect against toxins. The level of ornithine in the case of growth, trauma, injuries decreases in the body and can help to regenerate when we adapt to stress. Research on the basis of ornithine promotes wound recovery.
One of the building blocks of proteins is a powerful antioxidant that protects our body’s tissues from destructive free radicals – it helps build muscle, prevents its breakdown, helps to preserve the elasticity and health of the skin, and strengthens, protects hair and nails. According to research, methionine can be useful in the treatment of alcoholism and regeneration. Methionine is an essential amino acid that, like other amino acids, is a building block of proteins. It also plays a key role in the formation of RNA and DNA, and also has a strong antioxidant, protects against destructive free radicals (especially those associated with alcohol).
Those who follow a high-fat diet can benefit from the ingesting of methionine because it helps to break down fats; improves the lecitinization ability of the liver, and lecithin prevents the accumulation of dangerous cholesterol in the vessels, thus reducing the risk of developing heart disease and gallstones. Since it can develop into cysteine, methionine can also play a role in neutralization of toxins.
Recommended intake guidelines
1 capsule per day. Consult with Practitioner in case of different dosage than the recommended amount. Do not consume more than the recommended quantity.
The food supplements are not intended to replace a varied and balanced diet.
The product is recommended to be consumed in the following cases:
-Viral infectious Hepatitis (Hepatitis A, B, or C)
-Hepatic impairment caused by drug side effects
-To protect against hepatotoxic adverse reactions in chemotherapeutic products
-Liver damage caused by alcohol addiction or a lot of alcohol
-Other acquired hepatic impairment
Store at room temperature, protect from light and moisture, keep out of sight and reach of children.
Oncology for ancillary treatment of products, and dosage recommendations:
1 Revitasol: 1 Teaspoon liquid (3 ml) + 1 Capsule before breakfast
2 Revitasol: 2 Teaspoons liquid (6 ml) + 1 Capsule before breakfast, + 1 Capsule in the evening
1 Ergeron: 1 Capsule before bedtime
3 Ergeron: 1 Capsule at noon and 2 Capsules before bedtime