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Glyconutrients Recipe - How To Mix And Make Your Own Glyconutrients

Yes, you can make your own glyconutrients, without having to purchase from an expensive glyconutrients agent or manufacturer!

It should no longer be under debate, that using glyconutrients improves your health and well-being. This article is for people who have experienced the benefit of using glycyonutrients and want to save money by mixing and making their own glyconutrients.

and/or learn more about these essential sugars needed by our bodies in order to function optimally. There are a number of testimonials where people have found an improvement in their well being from using the glyco nutrient recipe suggested below.

It is also important to note that a "magic bullet" approach to health is not the way to go. If an individual uses any supplements, including glyconutrients, they should be used in the "context of a healthy lifestyle" i.e. avoiding excessive use of poisons like caffeine, alcohol and nicotine; and ensuring a regular intake of healthy balanced meals, plenty of water, exercise and fresh air. Do not underestimate the importance of sufficient sleep and rest and the benefit of a soulful activity/hobby like painting, music or gardening.

If a person is living well, is in a rhythm and a routine and has minimal stress but is still out of balance and in need of improving personal health, then an investment in glyconutrients or the creation of ones own glyco nutrient health mix, is certainly worth investigating.

Most of the ingredients in the glyconutrient recipe offered have other health promoting properties as well as the health giving essential sugars, namely mannose, glucose, galactose, xylose, N-acetylglucosamine, N-acetylgalactosamine, fucose (not fructose), and N-acetylneuraminic acid.

There is a wealth of glyconutrients in vegetables and fruit, so avail yourselves of them!

The following recipe for Glyconutrient Powder was formulated by Dr David Bird MBChB, Dip Obst., Dip Clinical Nutrition, FACNEM, FRACGP.

Please note that the parts are by volume and not by weight.

Glyconutrient Recipe

  • 1 part ground fenugreek - buy it already ground (mannose, galactose)
  • a quarter part shiitake mushroom powder (N-acetylglucosamine, mannose)
  • 1 part kelp powder (fucose, xylose, mannose, galactose and glucose)
  • 1 part whey protein isolate or beer or brewing yeast (N-acetylneuraminic acid)
  • 1 part bovine or shark cartilage chondroitin sulphate powder in capsules or loose or Dumontiaceae (N-acetylglucosamine, N-acetylgalactosamine)
  • half part of ground psyllium
  • one tenth to one twentieth of a part of red cayenne pepper
  • a little turmeric for its antioxidant properties
  • 1 part lecithin granules to enhance absorption of glyconutrients
  • 2 parts flavored vitamin C powder for taste

5000mg (5grams) of this glyconutrient mixture can be taken with a juice, soy milk or yogurt twice a day before meals. Or you can put the glyconutrient powder into "OO" size capsules and take 5 capsules twice a day before meals. Juicing is probably your best way to ingest glyconutrients in their natural form.

Though this glyconutrient recipe will not instantly heal you of any serious health complaints or physical conditions, certainly a general feeling of improved well-being will be experienced. And whilst these glyconutrients are strictly speaking, not completely free - the saving on your pocket will certainly aid this feeling of well-being!



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