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(Video) Dr. Joel Brind about the role of glycine in regulating inflammation

Watch and listen as Dr. Brind teaches his biology class about the natural purpose of inflammation and the role of glycine in regulating it. See how supplementing the diet with glycine, inflammation does not happen unless there is an infection. Glycine enriched diet allows for your body […]

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The anti-inflammatory properties of glycine-part 3

Part 3 of Dr. Joel Brind’s interview about glycine, its unique characteristics and how it fights your body’s inflammation

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Anti-Inflammatory characteristics of glycine Part 2

Part 2 consists of Dr. Joel Brind talking about glycine, the body’s most abundant non-essential amino acid and how it works to regulate your body’s inflammation, potentially preventing harmful diseases.

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Pain Free Shingles and Other Glycine Benefits

Pain Free Shingles and Other Glycine Benefits

Learn how feeding your body enough glycine can eliminate excess inflammation that causes the pain in shingles, gout, reflex sympathetic dystrophy and many other conditions

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Posts on 180degreehealth.com about glycine, inflammation, cancer and glutathione

New posts on glycine, inflammation, cancer and glutathione Although they haven’t been posted on this NFS blog site, Dr. Brind has been busy writing up a storm about nutrition and health, and posted 6 articles since the summer on Matt Stone’s 180degreehealth.com. You’ll note that in addition […]

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NIH to test glycine supplementation in mice!

NIH to test glycine supplementation in mice! Followers of this blog are no strangers to the idea of glycine supplementation—as with sweetamine—to eliminate excess inflammation. And there is also plenty of peer-reviewed research to back up glycine’s anti-inflammatory role. Then again, even if most of the conditions […]

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Sweetamine/Proglyta take silver and gold at NJ Senior Olympics

Last month, at the annual New Jersey Senior Olympic Games in Woodbridge, NJ, Proglyta/sweetamine customer Lester Darmstadt of Long Beach, NY, took the silver medal in the men’s 65-69-year-old 200-meter dash, and the gold in the 100-meter dash. The annual state Senior Games are run by the […]

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Shark Cartilage: Anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer?

Shark cartilage is one of the staples among nutraceuticals, on the shelves of health food stores for quite a few years now. It is touted for its anti-inflammatory benefits in treating arthritis and other inflammatory conditions and especially, cancer. The use of powdered cartilage to treat wounds […]

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To love or hate the sun: That is the perennial summer question

Summer’s here again, and these days, health-conscious Americans wonder whether to go with the traditional slathering on of sunscreens and sunblocks to avoid sunburn and skin cancer, or to back off those butterings at least enough to avoid the consequences of Vitamin D deficiency. The following scenario […]

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World’s Easiest Anti-inflammatory Diet

Turn Any Diet into an Anti-Inflammatory Diet! Scientists, doctors and the general public are finally catching on to the fact that most diseases that make people sick and die these days—including heart disease and cancer—can be traced to a condition of chronic inflammation (See my earlier post: […]

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