Manages Serum Glucose, Fat Assimilation & Homocysteine Levels
Elevated levels if homocysteine, insulin and cholesterol have long been recognized as potent causes of various forms of illness, shortening of lifespan and premature aging. Triprolife has been designed to help lower serum levels of these dangerous natural substances by targeting the CYP27A1, MTHFR and PPARG genes.
What does CYP 27A1 do?
CYP27A1 gene is a member of the cytochrome P450 gene family. The CYP27A1 gene helps to produce an enzyme called sterol 27-hydroxylase. Sterol 27-hydroxylase plays a key role in lowering cholesterol levels in the body . This enzyme is located in the mitochondria. It is involved in the pathway that breaks down cholesterol to form bile salts. Bile salts are needed to digest dietary fats. Transformation of cholesterol into bile salts is the body’s main way of lowering cholesterol levels in the blood. The enzyme sterol 27-hydroxylase also plays an important role in and reducing the risk of imbalanced blood sugar/insulin levels .
What does PPARG do?
PPARG, peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma  is involved in the activation of many genes that are involved in glucose and lipid metabolism.
PPARG plays an important role in lowering insulin levels and resolving chronic age related blood sugar/insulin imbalances because it increases the activity of the insulin receptor, helping reduce insulin resistance, so that less insulin is required to promote optimum glucose metabolism. Thus, up-regulation of PPARG may help lower serum insulin levels by reducing the need for excessive insulin.
What does MTHFR do?
Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase is an enzyme that is encoded by the gene MTHFR. The MTHFR gene product plays an important role in the multi-step process that converts the amino acid homocysteine to another amino acid, methionine.
Methionine is an essential amino acid that is found in red meat for example. It plays a very important role in making sure that genes work properly. It does this by donating methyl groups to DNA. When a methyl group is donated to DNA by methionine, it is eventually converted to the amino acid homocysteine. MTHFR helps to re-methylate homocysteine and convert it back to methionine so that it can be used again to support the function of the genetic blueprint. Decreased activity of MTHFR leads to inefficient conversion of homocysteine to methionine. This may lead to a buildup of homocysteine in the blood. High levels of homocysteine have been proven to cause illnesses such as heart sickness, severe headaches, blood vessel deterioration, hearing loss and possibly premature death .
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– Manages Primary Serum Levels
– Natural DNA Solutions
– Enhancing Genetic Intelligence
Volume (of 1 bottle.)
50 mL (apprx 6 week supply)
Acidum Nucleicum C27/MHR/PPG UHD at 10 -12
Ethanol (25%) in purified water
Directions For Use
Shake before use. Twice daily, add 8 drops to a little clean water. On a clean palate, rinse round mouth and swallow. More than one product can be taken in the same glass. Do not use if seal is broken. Keep product in original container.
Best stored at room temperature away from direct sunlight, excess heat, odors & children. Keep product in original container