BLOOD TEST STUDIES

Effects of "Whole Live Foods"
on (SOD) Deficiency in 10 Adult Humans

 


BLOOD TEST RESULTS
Of a study on natural Super oxide Dismutase (SOD) levels before and after addition of specially grown foods with IsoSproutPlex™ by Biotec Foods, Huntington Beach, Ca.

Conducted by Dr. Peter Rothschild M.D. Ph.D. et al. Testing by Smith Kline Bio-Science, Honolulu, HI. Antioxidant enzymes supplied by Biotec Food, Huntington Beach, Ca. Normal ESOD values: 9.4-13.4 units/mg. Hb.

ABSTRACT
The erythrocyte Super oxide Dismutase (ESOD) levels of 10 human adults were tested before and after addition of whole foods expected to enhance endogenous production of Super oxide Dismutase (SOD) and Catalase (CAT).

MATERIALS AND METHODS
Each person was in normal health with no diagnosed diseases. Written permission from each patients physician was required prior to participation. Each persons diet was supplemented with 6 tablets upon rising in the a.m., 1 hour before eating for the first two weeks; with 3 tablets daily for the second two weeks on a 4 week schedule. The product used was a whole food developed from specially grown sprouted wheat, which in preliminary tests had the effect of enhancing endogenous production of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) & Catalase (CAT).

  Patients Name  Age/Sex  Dates Tested

  Test Results
  % of Change
 Robert Ronac 68/M2/6/89
2/21/89
3/30/89
*2.23
3.6 units/mg.Hb
11.3
 61% Increase
 Curtis Bevins 67/M2/14/89
2/28/89
4/8/89
*1.26
4.7 units/mg.Hb
8.3
 273% Increase
 Eugene Carson 65/M 1/30/89
2/13/89
3/16/89
*2.0
7.18 units/mg.Hb
7.94
 259% Increase
 Oral Mathews 69/F2/10/89
2/21/89
3/7/89
*3.27
10.4 units/mg.Hb
1.6
 218% Increase
 Louise Bonner 76/F 2/9/89
3/8/89
4/12/89
*1.58
5.7 units/mg.Hb
13.7
 261% Increase
 Hildegard Bevins 67/F2/14/89
2/28/89
4/18/89
*6.37
8.4 units/mg.Hb
9.3
 32% Increase
 Evelyn Giddings 65/F2/9/89
3/8/89
4/11/89
*2.39
7.0 units/mg.Hb
7.17
 193% Increase
 Muriel Saito 70/F2/22/89
3/20/89
4/13/89
*<1.0
8.3 units/mg.Hb
3.3
 730% Increase
 Lily Nishi 76/F 2/23/89
3/9/89
3/24/89
*4.1
11.8 units/mg.Hb
4.4
 188% Increase
 Maxine Lum 69/F 2/16/89
3/9/89
4/7/89
*4.78
8.41 units/mg.Hb
9.53
 76% Increase
* Pretest Blood Levels

CONCLUSION
The unique form of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) and related essential co-nutritional factor found in the products utilized in this study enhanced the endogenous erythrocyte levels of Superoxide Dismutase (ESOD)  an average of 230% overall increase in each of the tested persons.

 


 

RESEARCH PROVES ANTIOXIDANT
ENZYME LEVELS INCREASE

BLOOD SERUM STUDIES
In this study, blood samples of 70 subjects were analyzed before they began eating the 'Live Enzyme' food supplement supplied by Biotec. Testing took place again two weeks after beginning to use the 'Live Foods' and a third time after stopping use of the foods.

In this study, serum levels of antioxidant enzymes increased significantly in those subjects taking the 'Live Enzyme' foods, while placebo control subjects showed "No Significant Change". These results demonstrate that taking 'Live Enzyme' foods can indeed enhance the endogenous production of antioxidant enzymes in the human body.

 Serum Super oxide Dismutase (SOD)
Percentage of Change in Tested Subjects and Placebo Subjects

 Serum Catalase (CAT)
Percentage of Change in Tested Subjects and Placebo Subjects

 

 Serum Glutathione Peroxidase (SGPx)
Percentage of Change in Tested Subjects and Placebo Subjects

 
Results of serum super oxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase (CAT) from Absorption Study with Cell Guard/AOX/PLX, Ordonez, L., Rothschild, P., Academia de Medicina, Francisco Villa 18, Las Palmas, Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico, 1988. Testing procedures involved Flourescence Fading Time and are described in detail by Rigo, a., Rotilo, G., Determination of Super Oxide Dismutase and Catalase in Biological Materials by Polargraphy, Anal Biochem., 81 (1) 157-66/1977Jul/MD=7712. Results of serum glutathione peroxidase (GPx) levels from study with Cell Guard/AOX/PLX, A. Esquival, P. Rothschild. et al., National Autonomous university, Dept. of Immunology, Mexico City, 1988. Cell Guard/AOX/PLX was administered at 6 per day for 60 days. Enzyme levels were determined 30 days after termination as described by Pleban, PA, Munyani, A, and Beechum, J. Determination of Selenium Concentration and Glutathione Peroxidase Activity in Plasma and Erythrocytes. Dept. of Chemical Sciences, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. Published in Clinical Chem., 28 (2) 311-6, Feb. 1982.


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