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Lipid Replacement Therapy: Experiences& supplement alternatives

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Nana86, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. Nana86

    Nana86

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    Hi everybody!
    In the past days I worked through RichvK´s Simlified Methylation Protocol and saw that he is recommending to take Lecithin or even better glycophospholipids.
    On the internet I just found statements on glycophospholipids published by companies selling the products - they´re saying that the intake of such substances could reduce fatigue up to 30-40%. Has anybody of you guys made any positive (or negative) experiences taking that stuff?

    I´m not sure whether I should try taking the glycophospholipids since they are so expensive.
    I am from Germany and just found a Lecithin granulate which is like 5 Euros and is consisting of phospholipids (23% phosphatidylcholin). Does Lecithin do the same for cell membranes as glycophospholipids? And would it be okay to take a granulate? (since RichvK was talking about taking softgel capsules)

    I am also eating of a lot of good fats, but I am not sure if they´re digested that well since I am having some gut issues...

    I´d be really happy about some tips or experiences :)

    Yours

    Nana
     
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    shah78 Senior Member

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    On the advise of Radio, I started Nutricology's nt factor on Wed afternoon. Within 24 hours (four scoops) I felt a HUGE surge. Wow! I can't take the so called loading dose. It affects my sleep. I'm down to just 1and a half scoops a day. (3/4 dose). This is money well spent. To use a Freddd rating system: I give it four stars (I'm a hard marker) along with Paleo diet,Cold thermogenesis, mercury removal/chlelation. I'm putting resistant starch at three stars and Fredd's methylation at five stars. Of course this is the only Magic Pill of the of bunch , other than the potato starch. Four stars for a Magic Pill . Well worth it.
     
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  3. Little Bluestem

    Little Bluestem Senescent on the Illinois prairie, USA

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    My M.D. recommended NT Factor, but I have not been able to find not mixed with anything else.
     
  4. Nana86

    Nana86

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    shah78, that sounds pretty good :) I´d also like to try that glycophospholipids, but what keeps me off trying that producut is, like Little Bluestem said, that it is mixed with other elements. I´m already taking most of them and I don´t want to get too much... do you know if there´s a product just containing that lipids?

    @all, will it be the same if I took lecithin granulate? Or are there any major differences between the two?
     
  5. shah78

    shah78 Senior Member

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    to nana amd blue: nutricology nt factor energy lipids powder has NOTHING else in it, please google it.
     
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  6. MeSci

    MeSci ME/CFS since 1995; activity level 6

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    http://www.nutricology.net/NT-Factor-EnergyLipids-Powder-150-grams-p-16730.html

    NT Factor Proprietary Lipid Blend (soy lecithin extract) 1087 mg
    Phosphatidic acid (PA)
    Phosphatidyl-choline (PC)
    Phosphatidyl-ethanolamine (PE)
    Phosphatidyl-glycerol(PG)
    Phosphatidyl-inositol (PI)
    Phosphatidyl-serine (PS)
    Digalactosyldiacylglyceride (DGDG)
    Monoglactosyldiacylglyceride (MGDG)

    Other ingredients: Fructooligosaccharides (FOS), pantethine, sodium borate, rosemary extract.
     
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  7. Radio

    Radio *****

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  8. Nana86

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    @shah78 , Me Sci, thanks for your posts! I googled NT factor before but found something totally different...I think I´ll order that product :)

    @Radio, I just read your thread and it seems really worth trying it :) But I am wondering if I can get the same results from taking lecithin granulate (it´s mainly consisting of phosphatidycholine)?!
     
  9. Nana86

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    I just did some research again and lecithin doesn´t really seem to be an alternative...I´ve also looked up th NT factor product above and it has also Xylitol and maltodextrin in it which I´m unfortunately very sensitive to :( Is there any other product like this?
    Thanks a lot everybody for your help!
     
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    adreno on the beach

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    This, for example?

    http://iherb.com/Nutricology-Phosphatidyl-Choline-100-Softgels/17591
     
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  11. MeSci

    MeSci ME/CFS since 1995; activity level 6

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    Those other ingredients are in the chewable tablets but not the powder. Somehow I had managed to post the wrong link in a way that made it look like the right one! :confused:

    I have corrected it now, hopefully...
     
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  12. Radio

    Radio *****

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    Other ingredients: Fructooligosaccharides (FOS), pantethine, sodium borate, rosemary extract.

    Pureformulas.com

    http://www.pureformulas.com/nt-fact...rams-by-nutricology.html#sthash.tPUwp1Ug.dpbs
    Amazon.com
    http://www.amazon.com/Nutricology-Energylipids-Powder-150-Gram/dp/B00908XN20
     
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  13. Nana86

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    Thank you everybody! :) I think I am going to give it a try and report later on if it helped :)
     
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