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Blood Pressure then and now

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Glen PDQ, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. Glen PDQ

    Glen PDQ New Member

    I have not had any labs done since starting VLC paleo near the first of Spring transitioning to VLC epipaleo however I took my BP at one of the sit-down BP machines at the local K-mart pharmacy. Early in the year my BP was 130 something over 80 something. Two weeks ago I used the same machine and my BP was 114/69. This is after losing a total of 52 pounds since early Spring. I AM considering getting a glucose meter to satisfy my curiosity about the effect of ketones, certain foods, and at different times of the day.



    In case someone could use the info, I read today that IV vitamin C can cause false high blood glucose readings. Anecdotally, someone on the Vitamin C Foundation wrote that oral liposomal vitamin C gave him higher glucose readings. Could be another case of a false reading? It made me wonder how the brain utilizes vitamin C when the body is in a ketogenic state since glucose is just one enzyme away from being vitamin C.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    BP is a function of the bio energenic metabolites for energy replenishment.......IV Mg has massive effects on BP. Just look at pre-eclampsia patients......and when you back it up with support for the mitochondria your BP will further go down. To get it to work longer term you need to slowly replenish those factors........niacin, B6, Mg, L-carnitine, D ribose, CoenQ10
     
  3. Glen PDQ

    Glen PDQ New Member

    Coincidentally, I just started using a Coenzyme B Complex and Folinic acid (the reduced form of folic acid), and per your recommendation upped my intake of supplemental reduced CoQ10 to 400 mg per day. I will check the BP again in a few weeks.
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    YOu might also add Acetyl L carnitine to maximize your ability to transfer fats across your inner mitochondrial membrane.......more efficiently. When you do this and optimize mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation in the heart it produces maximum cardiac fiber relaxations and decreases diastolic pressures very quickly. It simultaneously improve cardiac energy generations all both lower your BP big time.
     
  5. Thor

    Thor Banned

    good information
     
  6. chocolate

    chocolate Silver

    http://www.foodinsight.org/Newsletter/Detail.aspx?topic=Potassium_Milligrams_Can_Help_Manage_Millimeters_of_Mercury

    Potassium: Milligrams Can Help Manage Millimeters of Mercury





     
  7. WannaBeOptimal

    WannaBeOptimal New Member

    Glen...what is your source for the co b complex/folinic acid?
     
  8. JanSz

    JanSz Gold




    I am guessing, this my be considered.



    http://www.amazon.com/Life-Extension-Mitochondrial-Optimizer-Capsules/dp/B004B3K6E2/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1353289041&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=Mitochondrial+Energy+Optimizer+with+BioPQQ%C2%99



    Mitochondrial Energy Optimizer with BioPQQ™




    Serving Size 4 capsules

    Servings Per Container 30

    Amount Per Serving



    Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal 5’-phosphate) 100 mg

    Calcium (as calcium carbonate) 175 mg

    Sodium 25 mg

    Carnosine 1000 mg

    ArginoCarn® Acetyl-L-carnitine arginate dihydrochloride 675 mg

    Benfotiamine 150 mg

    R-Lipoic Acid (as microencapsulated Bio-Enhanced® stabilized Na-RALA sodium R-lipoate) 150 mg

    BioPQQ™ Pyrroloquinoline quinone disodium salt 10 mg

    Luteolin (high purity luteolin as Pureolin™) 8 mg



    Other ingredients: gelatin, vegetable stearate, silica.

    Contains soybeans.
     

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