Carnitine

April 12, 2012
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the removal of accumulated toxic fatty acyl-CoA metabolytes and energy production through fatty metabolism, but are unable to do so because of the dysfunctional ganglioside enzyme .

Lysosomal storage disorders occur when lipids, polysaccharides and proteins accumulate in the lysosomes because the body is genetically unable to create hydrolases within the lysosomes. When hydrolases does not occur within the lysosomes then lipids, polysaccharides and proteins are unable to be broken down and removed from the body. A ganglioside is a type of lipid found in the brain, nervous system and red blood cells. The buildup of lipids and other protiens or fats can lead to cardiomyopathy and muscle weakness in the heart. During birth and infancy it can cause defects such as retardation. Mroe progressive symptoms of lysosomal storage disorders can cause deafness, blindness, atrophy, paralysis, dementia and seisures, including becoming unable to swallow. Although most of these disorders occur in  people as infants, Tay-Sachs Disease can onset as an adult.

L-Carnitine is an amino acid that is involved in the fat metabolism of the body. L-Carnitine is the transporter of fatty acids to the mitochondria and burned as fuel. It essentially turns fat into energy. L-Carnitine can be found in foods as well as supplements. L-Carnitine by injection or liquid supplement directly into the bloodstream or brain tissue may significantly reduce such symptomatic attributes of lysosomal storage disorder. It can also help lower elevated CPK levels and reduce arrhythmias.

In analyzing vitamins and supplements one may find that each one has a correlation to characters or instances in the Bible. If L-Carnitine had a biblical name, what would it be? This supplement does a pretty good job!
 

Auscultation

April 5, 2012
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
Continue reading...
 

Cryotherapy

March 29, 2012
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
Continue reading...
 

The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

March 8, 2012
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
Continue reading...
 

Human Luxury

March 1, 2012
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
Continue reading...
 

2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

February 10, 2012
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
Continue reading...
 

Neutrons

February 2, 2012
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
Continue reading...
 

Calcifications

January 12, 2012
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading...
 

Frankenstein

January 5, 2012
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading...
 

Changing The Guard of Autism

December 15, 2011
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
Continue reading...
 

Carnitine

April 12, 2012
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the removal of accumulated toxic fatty acyl-CoA metabolytes and energy production through fatty metabolism, but are unable to do so because of the dysfunctional ganglioside enzyme .

Lysosomal storage disorders occur when lipids, polysaccharides and proteins accumulate in the lysosomes because the body is genetically unable to create hydrolases within the lysosomes. When hydrolases does not occur within the lysosomes then lipids, polysaccharides and proteins are unable to be broken down and removed from the body. A ganglioside is a type of lipid found in the brain, nervous system and red blood cells. The buildup of lipids and other protiens or fats can lead to cardiomyopathy and muscle weakness in the heart. During birth and infancy it can cause defects such as retardation. Mroe progressive symptoms of lysosomal storage disorders can cause deafness, blindness, atrophy, paralysis, dementia and seisures, including becoming unable to swallow. Although most of these disorders occur in  people as infants, Tay-Sachs Disease can onset as an adult.

L-Carnitine is an amino acid that is involved in the fat metabolism of the body. L-Carnitine is the transporter of fatty acids to the mitochondria and burned as fuel. It essentially turns fat into energy. L-Carnitine can be found in foods as well as supplements. L-Carnitine by injection or liquid supplement directly into the bloodstream or brain tissue may significantly reduce such symptomatic attributes of lysosomal storage disorder. It can also help lower elevated CPK levels and reduce arrhythmias.

In analyzing vitamins and supplements one may find that each one has a correlation to characters or instances in the Bible. If L-Carnitine had a biblical name, what would it be? This supplement does a pretty good job!
 

Auscultation

April 5, 2012
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
Continue reading...
 

Cryotherapy

March 29, 2012
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
Continue reading...
 

The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

March 8, 2012
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
Continue reading...
 

Human Luxury

March 1, 2012
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
Continue reading...
 

2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

February 10, 2012
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
Continue reading...
 

Neutrons

February 2, 2012
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
Continue reading...
 

Calcifications

January 12, 2012
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading...
 

Frankenstein

January 5, 2012
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading...
 

Changing The Guard of Autism

December 15, 2011
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
Continue reading...
 

Carnitine

April 12, 2012
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the removal of accumulated toxic fatty acyl-CoA metabolytes and energy production through fatty metabolism, but are unable to do so because of the dysfunctional ganglioside enzyme .

Lysosomal storage disorders occur when lipids, polysaccharides and proteins accumulate in the lysosomes because the body is genetically unable to create hydrolases within the lysosomes. When hydrolases does not occur within the lysosomes then lipids, polysaccharides and proteins are unable to be broken down and removed from the body. A ganglioside is a type of lipid found in the brain, nervous system and red blood cells. The buildup of lipids and other protiens or fats can lead to cardiomyopathy and muscle weakness in the heart. During birth and infancy it can cause defects such as retardation. Mroe progressive symptoms of lysosomal storage disorders can cause deafness, blindness, atrophy, paralysis, dementia and seisures, including becoming unable to swallow. Although most of these disorders occur in  people as infants, Tay-Sachs Disease can onset as an adult.

L-Carnitine is an amino acid that is involved in the fat metabolism of the body. L-Carnitine is the transporter of fatty acids to the mitochondria and burned as fuel. It essentially turns fat into energy. L-Carnitine can be found in foods as well as supplements. L-Carnitine by injection or liquid supplement directly into the bloodstream or brain tissue may significantly reduce such symptomatic attributes of lysosomal storage disorder. It can also help lower elevated CPK levels and reduce arrhythmias.

In analyzing vitamins and supplements one may find that each one has a correlation to characters or instances in the Bible. If L-Carnitine had a biblical name, what would it be? This supplement does a pretty good job!
 

Auscultation

April 5, 2012
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
Continue reading...
 

Cryotherapy

March 29, 2012
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
Continue reading...
 

The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

March 8, 2012
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
Continue reading...
 

Human Luxury

March 1, 2012
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
Continue reading...
 

2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

February 10, 2012
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
Continue reading...
 

Neutrons

February 2, 2012
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
Continue reading...
 

Calcifications

January 12, 2012
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading...
 

Frankenstein

January 5, 2012
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading...
 

Changing The Guard of Autism

December 15, 2011
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
Continue reading...
 

Carnitine

April 12, 2012
Metabolic disorders occur when the body is unable to process fats known as lipids, proteins, sugars or nucleic acid properly.  This occurs when the bodies genetic mutations result in missing or dysfunctional enzymes thus making cells difficult to perform metabolic process.  When an enzyme is dysfunctional it is unable to breakdown fatty substances in the body.  The excess buildup of fat that surrounds the brain will cause brain damage. This is because the carnitines are responsible for the removal of accumulated toxic fatty acyl-CoA metabolytes and energy production through fatty metabolism, but are unable to do so because of the dysfunctional ganglioside enzyme .

Lysosomal storage disorders occur when lipids, polysaccharides and proteins accumulate in the lysosomes because the body is genetically unable to create hydrolases within the lysosomes. When hydrolases does not occur within the lysosomes then lipids, polysaccharides and proteins are unable to be broken down and removed from the body. A ganglioside is a type of lipid found in the brain, nervous system and red blood cells. The buildup of lipids and other protiens or fats can lead to cardiomyopathy and muscle weakness in the heart. During birth and infancy it can cause defects such as retardation. Mroe progressive symptoms of lysosomal storage disorders can cause deafness, blindness, atrophy, paralysis, dementia and seisures, including becoming unable to swallow. Although most of these disorders occur in  people as infants, Tay-Sachs Disease can onset as an adult.

L-Carnitine is an amino acid that is involved in the fat metabolism of the body. L-Carnitine is the transporter of fatty acids to the mitochondria and burned as fuel. It essentially turns fat into energy. L-Carnitine can be found in foods as well as supplements. L-Carnitine by injection or liquid supplement directly into the bloodstream or brain tissue may significantly reduce such symptomatic attributes of lysosomal storage disorder. It can also help lower elevated CPK levels and reduce arrhythmias.

In analyzing vitamins and supplements one may find that each one has a correlation to characters or instances in the Bible. If L-Carnitine had a biblical name, what would it be? This supplement does a pretty good job!
 

Auscultation

April 5, 2012
Auscultation is derived from the Latin verb auscultare that means to listen. The act of auscultation is when one listens to the internal sounds of the body via stethoscope. The most common sounds that are listened to are the heart, breathing or lungs and gastrointestinal or bowel sounds. Auscultation is necessary to determine if a patient or person has an abnormal heart beat and if their breathing is normal.  Conditions regarding this could include heart murmurs and or wheezing.

Problem

Patient...
Continue reading...
 

Cryotherapy

March 29, 2012
Problem

When it comes to disease there are many methods to rid the body of damaged tissue and abnormal cells.  Surgery, medicine, home remedies, burdening other people and other forms of alternative treatments and procedures.  Cryotherapy is a procedure or method in which very cold liquid is used to destroy abnormal tissue.

Liquid nitrogen at temperatures of -320 F or -196 C is used in cryotherapy or cryosurgery.  This can be the preferred method because cryotherapy uses a small probe to spread...
Continue reading...
 

The Immune System and Dendritic Cells

March 8, 2012
The immune system consists of organs and cells within the human body. The bone marrow produces  B cells, granulocytes, immature thymocytes, natural killer cells and red blood cells and platelets. It is the process of hematopoiesis that bone marrow stem cells either become mature cells within the immune system or develop into maturation outside of the immune system. For example immature thymocytes migrate into the thymus and produce mature T cells. The spleen creates a immunologic filter for t...
Continue reading...
 

Human Luxury

March 1, 2012
Problem

Physicians have a role to play in our lives as health advisors and body mechanics.  This is because doctors obtain the education to justify such knowledge that enables people to consult them for advice legally.  When the expertise of a physician is examined it is often recognized that the doctor knows best.  A lot of this has been glorified through the years because of those that portray doctors on television.  The doctor is always  this seemingly loving person who can find the answer ...
Continue reading...
 

2013 Rebate and Tax Credit for Health Insurance

February 10, 2012
Each year our health insurance premiums go up. The increases can be from $300 to $500 or even more depending on what type of health insurance you have.  Unfortunately, the supposedly new insurance exchange programs will not take place until 2014, so 2013 will not be the year to take a vacation. It can be ok to stay home as long as you don't move or go anywhere.

In scenario of explanation is that 2013 can be a golden year for hospitals and insurance companies to charge huge fees in excess in pr...
Continue reading...
 

Neutrons

February 2, 2012
As humans in a complicated world we take many things home. Things like our problems, stuff we have to find the answers to because it was the end of the paid day at work, aches, pains and most of all arguments that spread like colds so we can continue them with someone else.  It can be vengeful to consider that once a person is ill they eventually bring that problem to work by either staying out or through inflated insurance costs. That is, if your employer pays more when and if the company yo...
Continue reading...
 

Calcifications

January 12, 2012
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading...
 

Frankenstein

January 5, 2012
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading...
 

Changing The Guard of Autism

December 15, 2011
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and ...
Continue reading...