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- 02-09-2011, 06:55 PM
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02-23-2011, 05:30 PM
Well, here is the reason why. Just something i had saved in my notes after doing lots of research. I think it works, and the effects are very subtle. Something im not gonna spend lots of money for. To each his own......
The primary action is two fold: by parent compound binding to regulatory genes in brain and certain tissues, and within cells, by action of metabolites (the inflammation inducing kind, so you do not want to outcompete product production by mass overload with omega fatty acids).
Use for very short periods of time - no more than 4-6 weeks.
Use in very low doses adjusted to your body mass (the label recommended doses sound quite high), further digging in the lit is recommended to see what loading rates have been studied for theraputic beneficial effects.
Use with others supps that provide protection against membrane lipid oxidation and help protect liver. Hence, use coezyme q10 and sam-e, with milk thistle, as alternate protection against lipid peroxidation and cellular oxidation from exercise in brain, lung, liver, kidney, skin, and skeletal muscle cells.
Do NOT use if your family has a history of colon or prostate cancer, or has a general history of cancer (esp soft tissue types, like liver, lung, brain, or pancreatic cancers).
Do not use if you smoke, or are cycling on steroids (or have in the last 4-6 months). I would avoid a fatty diet, as this compound will affect fatty acid metabolism in liver, resulting in cholestasis (bile acid buildup) if used for prolonged periods.
I neither condone nor directly recommend against use of this compound. It has beens shown to be important in body mass compositional regulation, but also key for turnover of cells, tissue repair, vascularization of tissues, aging in brain, and cancer metastasis. Its control of biosynthesis and storage and release within cells is as complex as its manyfold actions in the body and brain.
However, be forewarned that should you have certain gene regulatory ****ups that allow cells to express arachidonates on their cell surfaces, and if you develop or have certain small tumors, these will vascularize and migrate from their tissue origin, as this compound is involved in cell tissue adhesion loss (what makes like cell stick together and stay in one place). This is a powerful cell signalling compound that has many, many actions in cells, most recently described in the brain.
Note also that turnover rates refer to unbound parent compound. This is a fat soluble structure that easily partitions into cell membranes and may exert effects for weeks after dosing ceases.
Sorta like swallowing nails to get a little iron in your diet. Risky business.
The average cell turns over pretty slowly. Your DNA does not turnover at all. Therefore, when you fiddle with the controls, who knows when, in your future - or your children's future, since they're going to get an exact copy of your gamete DNA - the effects of this compound will manifest?
Some of your cells never turnover, like your cerebral cortex. Some turn over more quickly, like your liver, whose cells average between 300-500 days, whereas the stomach lining cycles very quickly, every few days, dermal cells every two weeks, and your red blood cells about 120 days.
When they do turnover, you might mentally hold your breath...because one of the actions of this compound is mitotic rate in certain tissues.
So AA binds to a regulatory region, and that regulatory factor....shifts in activity. Nobody can be sure just how it does, but if you're dosing for 50 days, chances are, bunch of cells are going to get that same signal.
So many pathways, so many actions...so little real data on the effects.
It's a Pandora's box of molecular action.
If you read this article, you'll begin to understand this statement:
"Cell turnover in the human body does not adhere to a linear timescale."
Fifty days, Dan, may be just enough....I can't catalog all the reactions that might take place during that ingestion time, of course. Add a couple more weeks for clearance of the membrane soluble fraction. There isn't enough known about this compound to list all of the effects, overt and subtle control shifts....yet.
As to milk thistle dosing: 300 mg, 3x/day for an average bodymass of 185 lbs. Thats for a standardized extract of 70-80% silymarins. Format that has shown to be most readily absorbed is the silmarin extract bound to phosphatidylcholine. In the extract capsule form or bound form, take 30 min before meals for maximum absorption.
For this herb to be effective, you need to begin dosing about two weeks before you start taking that x-factor.
About that smoking. Good thing those highly insoluble coaltars eventually clear out of lung tissue...in a decade or so, depending on the loading rate, whether you used filtered or unfiltered, and the duration of your habit. Been a decade since your time in the Service?
I like you. I rather not see you taking risks, but if you must, do it as though you're handling a box of live ammunition.
02-28-2011, 01:02 PM
MSU, with Baylor, Benedictine and the FDA weighing in on ArA being completely safe at doses well exceeding what we supply and recommend for daily consumption, I think your worries are unwarranted.
03-01-2011, 10:08 AM
Again, not discounting the product. I think it works, but it works very slowly and very subtle. With the steep price tag on this product, I just cant see myself or others spending >$60 for a little over a month supply. Many more products that are less money and provide a greater ratio of gains-to-money spent. Again, to each his own.
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03-01-2011, 08:50 PM
Cmon now, I know you are a rep and im not gonna get into a pissing contest with you, but there are lots of supplements out there that are perfectly safe for the human body that provide results on par or better than x-factor. I mean, they may not be considered "natural" in the sense of what you are calling natural, but there are many safe products that provide great results that costs much less than xfactor. Again, not knocking the product, but im not spending that much on xfactor. Only way i would try it again is if i get it for really cheap.
03-02-2011, 01:16 PM
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