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Did you know that there are 5 quality tiers of raw materials to select from when manufacturing nutritional supplements? We select the top quality ingredients to insure our customers will get the most benefits from any of the products in our vast product line. For example, the Ascorbic Acid we use when manufacturing our products actually comes from fruit, not the cheaper quality sources like genetically modified corn which is used in 70% of the products out there in the marketplace. That is why Viva Vitamins and Earth Wise Vitamins are the leaders in the nutritional supplement industry. Quality is never sacrificed when making our products.

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Carnitine Deficiency Linked to Mild Form of Autism

A new research paper proposed a link may exist between a mild form of autism and a deficiency of L-Carnitine. Revolutionary implications in the prevention of autism would be triggered if this hypothesis were confirmed with additional clinical studies. Genetic factors observed in autistic patients as well as results from animal studies lead researchers to infer low brain levels of L-Carnitine may result in a mild form of autism predominately affecting males.

Prior research has found 1 in 350 males cannot produce L-Carnitine because they have an inactive form of the trimethyllysine hydroxylase, epsilon gene (TMLHE). Approximately 3% of these males with the inactive TMLHE gene develop autism. Additionally TMLHE gene variation only accounts for 1% of autism case. Hence, researchers have concluded that a brain L-Carnitine deficiency may account for a larger percentage of autism cases.

Symptoms of autism often begin at between 6 and 18 months of age. Researchers believe the delayed onset of autism symptoms occur because L-Carnitine is delivered across the placenta and most infants are born with adequate L-Carnitine stores. Also, infants formulas, cow’s milk and of course breast milk all contain abundant amounts of L-Carnitine providing adequate protection for the infant from an L-Carnitine deficiency during the early months of life. The first foods introduced to an infant occur between ages 4 and 8 months and contain little or no L-Carnitine since meats are introduced later in the infant’s development. The reduction in L-Carnitine is believed to lead to brain L-Carnitine deficiency and to autism.

Researchers are calling for more studies to confirm these findings.
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Adequate Magnesium Intakes May Boost Bone Health

A new study points to increasing magnesium intakes which may reduce the risk of fractures in older women, but the benefits for older men are not as clear.

Data from over 3,700 individuals with an average age of 60, who participated in the Osteoarthritis Initiative, was used for this study. During the 8 years of data analyzed 560 people developed new fractures. Participants with the highest average intake of Magnesium (398 mg/day for men and 373 mg/day for women) had a significant reduction in the risk of developing fractures (53% for men and 62% for women). When height was taken into account the risk of fracture reduction fell to 25% for men and 53% for women.

Since only 27% of the study participants reached the RDA for Magnesium (420 mg for men and 320 mg for women over 30), it is believed that this may account for the change in the risk factors for both men and women when height is taken into account.

Further randomize controlled trails are needed to fully understand the role Magnesium plays in delaying and reducing fractures.
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Give your heart some love today! CoEnzyme Q10 is required for energy metabolism and functions as an antioxidant in cell membranes and lipoproteins. Research suggests that coenzyme Q10 may help support a healthy cardiovascular system. See a Viva Retailer near you to get yours! ... See MoreSee Less

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Omega-3 and Arthritis: Study Finds Link Between Fish Consumption and Joint Disorder

New data finds regular consumption of fish rich in Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids may reduce symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Over 170 patients were assessed for Rheumatoid Arthritis scores using the DAS28-CRP scale. Their intake of Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids were assessed using a food frequency questionnaire

Researchers found a dose-response relationship between RA scores and Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acid intake, increasing Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids reduced the activity of the disease.

More studies are needed.
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Study Finds Magnesium May Ease Depression Symptoms

In this open-label randomized cross-over study, participants were adults experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression (scores of 5-19 on the Public Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9)). The enrollment in the study covered a period of over one full year. This was done to minimize the number of cases of seasonal depression participating in this trial. The study period lasted six weeks. Participants supplemented with 248 mg of elemental magnesium per day.

PHQ-9 scores were reduced by a significant 6 points and Generally Anxiety Disorders-7 scores dropped 4.5 points. Reductions in PHQ-9 scores of 5 or more are considered clinically relevant changes in persons who are receiving treatment for depression. The improvements seen, occurred no matter what gender, age or baseline depression score of the participant. Additionally subjects taking pharmaceutical antidepressants during the study period saw even larger reductions in PHQ-9 scores. Most participants taking the magnesium supplement saw some improvements in their scores within two weeks from the start of supplementation.

Magnesium is involved in over 300 enzymatic processes in the body. The researchers hoped to see larger clinical trials that extend over a longer time period to verify the results of this study.
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