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CONNECTIVE TISSUE - INFORMATION

Connective tissue is the material between the cells of the body that gives tissues form and strength.
The Connective Tissue is involved in delivering nutrients to the tissue, and in the special functioning of certain tissues.
Connective tissue is made up of dozens of proteins, including collagens, proteoglycans, and glycoproteins. The combination of these proteins can vary between tissues.
The genes that encode these proteins can harbor defects or mutations, which can affect the functioning of certain properties of connective tissue in selected tissues.

HOW TO STENGHTEN THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE

  1. A diet low in refined carbohydrates (sugars, white bread etc.) and fats, and high in complex carbohydrates, fruit and vegetables is essential. Keep off all junk foods and fizzy drinks.
  2. Amino acid supplementation support all the major components of connective tissue; ground substance, elastin and collagen formation.
  3. The amino acids proline, lysine and cysteine also help to maintain a positive nitrogen balance. Nitrogen balance is often disrupted during tissue injury.
  4. Glucosamine Sulfate combination is a formula that serves to strenghten the structural system. Excessive damage to the joints coupled with the natural aging process, may result in the body having difficulty keeping up with repairs to connective tissue.
  5. Vitamin C is important for tissue repair. Research has shown that vitamin C induces remodeling of the collagen pathway. Vitamin C is required for proper collagen synthesis. In addition vitamin C is also a free radial quencher or antioxidant.
  6. Many of the features of connective tissue disorders, are identical to the symptoms of vitamin K deficiencies. Is this a coincidence, or could vitamin K deficiencies be an often overlooked factor in problems with the Connective Tissue.
  7. Vitamin E's main contributing effect to the repair of connective tissue destruction is in its antioxidant capabilities. Consequently unchecked free radical reactions can significantly damage the cells that are responsible for tissue repair.
  8. SILICA is a major constituent of collagen- the substance that joins cells together. It is important for the absorption of calcium and zinc and for proper elasticity and strength of connective tissue, and helps the healing of torn ligaments or tendons. It is also beneficial in breaking down calcification around the spine and also strengthens bone.
    The outer dark green leaves of the lettuce are rich in silica. Horsetail tea is an excellent source. Also parsnip, asparagus, spinach, celery, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, oats, strawberries and fresh apricots.
  9. Proteolytic enzymes have anti-inflammatory effect. They assist in the displacement of protein exudate from the damaged area. Example of these substances include: Papain, Trypsin, and Chymotrypsin.
  10. MSM (MethylSulfonylMethane) - is a compound that delivers sulfer to the cells of the body. Sulfur is a key component of bones, teeth and collagen (connective tissue).
    When amino acids and, particularly, vitamin C are present, the body metabolizes MSM to sulfur.
  11. Pine bark extract and grapeseed extract; these exert a powerful antioxidant effect and greatly promote increase of strength and elasticity of connective tissues.
  12. Wild berries are extremely rich in vitamin C. Vitamin C is a water-soluble nutrient which detoxifies the body, promotes healing, strengthens connective tissue.
  13. Bilberry, Vaccinum myrtillus, is a close relative of blueberry in the heath family.
    The most credible uses of bilberry relate to conditions of peripheral vascular disorders, especially those involving capillary fragility. Weak capillaries are associated with poor blood circulation to connective tissues and have been related to inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.
    Bilberry anthocyanosides, the active components of the fruit, serve to strengthen capillaries by protecting them from free radical damage.
    They also stimulate the formation of healthy connective tissue and aid in the formation of new capillaries.
  14. BIOFLAVONOIDS - rutin and hesperidin - are tissue strengthening and reduce inflammation, and are excellent for bruising and preventing blood clotting.
    Rutin is sourced from blackcurrants, rosehips, buckwheat, prunes, cabbage, apricots, cherries, strawberries, and the white pith just underneath the skin of citrus fruits.
    Hesperidin is also found in citrus fruits. So it is better to eat the whole fruit, rather than drinking just the juice.
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RECOMMENDED PROGRAM - HOMEOPATHY

Andrew Taylor Still, the founder of Osteopathy once said “It is the connective tissue that we must look at to discover the cause of disease.
This homeopathic cure support and strenghten the connective tissue.

HOMEOPATHY - HOW TO STRENGHTEN THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE
Name: Indications:
Calcium flour
Package size:
10 ampoules.

Regeneration of connective tissue.
Connective Tissue Disorder.
Silicea
Package size:
10 ampoules.

Silicea is a constituent of collagen- the substance that joins cells together. It is important for the absorption of calcium and zinc and for proper elasticity and strength of connective tissue.
Lymphomyosot
Package size:
10 ampoules.

For detoxification of the connective tissue.
Rebuilds stronger connective tissue.
Recommended program: 5 weeks program for standard therapy. (according to BioNordic)

Monday:
1 ampoule Silicea (Dissolved in a glass of water)

Tuesday:
1 ampoule Calcium flour (Dissolved in a glass of water)

Wednesday:
1 ampoule Lymphomyosot (Dissolved in a glass of water)

Thursday:
1 ampoule Silicea (Dissolved in a glass of water)

Friday:
1 ampoule Calcium flour (Dissolved in a glass of water)

Saturday:
1 ampoule Lymphomyosot (Dissolved in a glass of water)

Sunday:
One medication free day.

Information and recommendation is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or other medical professional. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.


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