Progressive laboratories c-aspa scorb
- High C Ascorbate with Aspartates
- An important factor in overcoming myocardial muscular fatigue and subsequent potential muscular necrosis in the myocardium, and overcoming an overspill of the lactic acid pool, is to increase the formation of ATP
Progressive Laboratories C-Asap Scorb. Description: High C Ascorbate with Aspartates. C Asap Scorb was formulated as a mineral transporter based on the results of studies by several researchers.
principally Hans Neiper, M.D., West Germany. Note: Calcium and Sodium ascorbate have been intentionally left out of this formula. Potasiuim and magnesium asparate. A seven year study by a well-known doctor concluded that a 50/50 mixture of potassium and magnesium aspartate decreased the death rate from myocardial infarct by 84%.
These results were confirmed by an Australian study. An important factor in overcoming myocardial muscular fatigue and subsequent potential muscular necrosis in the myocardium, and overcoming an overspill of the lactic acid pool, is to increase the formation of ATP.
Aspartic acid transports potassium and magnesium ions to the inner layer of the outer cell membrane which activates the respective enzymes, resulting in increased formation of ATP. Mineral ascorbates actions associated with vitamin C mineral ascorbates. It is well known that a high potency intake of mineral ascorbates increases urinary excretion of several minerals, chiefly calcium and magnesium. The ascorbate bonding of calcium is of prime importance for removal of unwanted mineral deposits.
Additional minerals have been added to insure that proper mineral levels are maintained. Ascorbated minerals are partially bound and partially electro-statically associated which assures their availability. Calcium and sodium are intentionally left out of this formula.
Calcium should be monitored by the health care professional and administered in the proper form as required. SELENIUM: A recent study has shown that failure of the natural pacemaker system of the heart can be substantially reduced by administering selenium. It further stated that 90% of all pacemaker implants would be superfluous if adequate amounts of selenium were administered.