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Trehalose Sugar Impacts Growth of Baby Chicks - Lesson #40 E-mail

Research shows that Trehalose may improve natural intestinal immunity in baby chicks!

Glycoscience Lesson #40

by JC Spencer

How can the sugar Trehalose help weight gain in baby chicks, fat loss in obese men, and lower fats in the liver?

A study published in British Poultry Science 2016 March 17 may inch us toward solving the mystery.

In previous Lessons, we have learned how fat cells in obese men are positively affected by Trehalose and the important role that glycolipids play as signaling molecules inside the cell.

Lipids (as high triglycerides) block glucose and fat conversion to energy. However, when certain sugar building blocks are added, glycolipids help transfer glucose and fats through the liver. This results in a

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Cell Mysteries: The Wonderment of Translucent Cells - Lesson #39 E-mail

Cell Mysteries: The Wonderment of Translucent Cells

Glycoscience Lesson #39

by JC Spencer

In my adventuress teenage years while spelunking one of the largest US caves, I viewed translucent animals and fish up close in the dark. They had never seen the light of day.

Cell technology has always peeked my interest in the wonders of God’s creation. The rib cage and internal organs of each salamander and fish were visible at the end of my flashlight beam. With my mouth wide open, I watched the fish breath as they pumped the 42-degree cold water through their translucent bodies. Those indelible moments have flashed before my mind for six decades. I can still watch the replays in my head up close as the salamander is not frightened by my light which it never saw. These see-through living invertebrates were amazing for my eyes to behold.

The Ozarks was my playground and Marvel Cave, at Branson, Missouri, was a diamond in my backyard.

I rented the cave for a whole night and hired a guide to lead a small team of young explorers that I had assembled.

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PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT: You are among the first to know! E-mail

Houston, Texas - February 16, 2016 –

The Endowment for Medical Research is giving birth to the GlycoScience Institute, a Texas Corporation.

Exciting Public Announcements – introduction to our Team and the date of our Grand Opening and Open House will soon be revealed.

This is a major step toward the plans formulated during the last twenty years.

For more information and to learn more about The New Frontier of Modern Healthcare see the beginning of our website http://glycoscienceinstitute.com/

JC Spencer

Lose Weight - Control Your Blood Sugar - Screen for Cancer - Lesson #38 Part 3 of 3 E-mail

Your New Year’s Resolution - Simple, Easy and Doable - Most fail - But, You Can Succeed with 3 Easy Steps!

Lose Weight - Control Your Blood Sugar - Screen for Cancer

Glycoscience Lesson #38 Part 3 of 3 will be FATS, SUGARS and CANCER

by JC Spencer

Want to trim the waistline this year? Beware of starchy foods cooked at high temperatures!!!

Bad fats and bad carbohydrates are two major contributors to cancer. Good fats and good sugars contribute to a superior immune system that can handle cancer. I see indications that 70 to 90% of cancers may be preventable by good nutrition.

Trans fats promote cancer, heart disease, interrupt metabolic processes, clog arteries, and cause belly fat to crowd the organs that strains the heart even more. Trans fats replace the lifesaving essential fatty acids. The good fats are replaced by entangled fats that never satisfy nutritional needs, consequently your body demands more fats – good or bad, to expand your waist.

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Lose Weight - Control Your Blood Sugar - Screen for Cancer - Lesson #38 Part 2 of 3 E-mail

Your New Year’s Resolution - Simple, Easy and Doable
Most fail - But, You Can Succeed with 3 Easy Steps!

Glycoscience Lesson #38 Part 2 of 3 FATS and SUGARS
Part 3 of 3 will be FATS, SUGARS and CANCER

by JC Spencer

Are you one of many who suddenly realize that it is time to trim the waistline. This year you have help from the FDA.

Good fats are vital and essential. Bad fats are harmful. Ugly fats can kill you. Smart Sugars are good. Other sugars are bad. Good fats and good sugars produce a healthy life. Fats and sugars can extend your life or kill you via cancer. It is important to learn what is best.

Lose Weight - Eliminate Trans Fats
The FDA is out to help you this year by putting a ban on trans fats and requiring food producers to phase out trans fats totally.

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Lose Weight - Control Your Blood Sugar - Screen for Cancer - Lesson #38 Part 1 of 3 E-mail

Your New Year’s Resolution - Simple, Easy and Doable
Most fail - But, You Can Succeed with 3 Easy Steps!

Glycoscience Lesson #38 Part 1 of 3 SWEETENERS
Part 2 of 3 will be FATS and SUGARS
Part 3 of 3 will be FATS, SUGARS and CANCER

by JC Spencer

New Year is when people suddenly realize that it is time to trim the waistline. But, many people make a major mistake in substituting their sugar with something far worse.

Sugar substitutes are touted as safe but too often scientific facts have not caught up with advertising. New studies are destroying the myth that “sugar is sugar” and “low-calorie makes it good.”

Some sweeteners were the result of searches for better pesticides. Most of these sweeteners have survived “rigorous safety testing” that ignore long term affects.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! - Lesson #37 E-mail

The NEW YEAR will be full of surprises about Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, ALS, MS and other Neurological Diseases.

Glycoscience Lesson #37

by JC Spencer

Surprising medical discoveries and breakthroughs will astound the world. There are a number of predictions that many neurological diseases will be overcome and that cancer will be a thing of the past. I have closely followed neurological and cancer discoveries this past year and I see great possibilities ahead.

Scientists are learning more about HOW Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, MS, and other neurological diseases are caused.

We have known for some time that ALL neurodegenerative challenges are caused by the misfolding of proteins. However, within the last few weeks, I have learned what can happen in the body to cause the proteins to begin misfolding.

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Sugar vs High Fructose Corn Syrup - Lesson #36 E-mail

Sugar vs High Fructose Corn Syrup - Bitter $1.5 Billion Battle Ends in a Draw - Secret Settlement Made Mid-Trial

Was it a draw or did the HFCS industry see the handwriting on the wall?

Glycoscience Lesson #36 [Brief Version - Case, Lawyer and Settlement]

To learn a brief review of the science behind the HFCS case go to: http://www.endowmentmed.org/pdf/SmartLesson42.pdf

For a more detailed Report of the case: Glycoscience Lesson #36 [Detailed Edition] http://www.GlycoscienceNEWS.com/pdf/Lesson36.pdf

by JC Spencer

The HFCS Case
Big Sugar: Sugar Cooperative Vs Big Corn: Corn Refiners Association. Arch enemies have battled in the marketplace since the 1970s when high fructose corn syrup was introduced as a cheaper alternative to sugar. By 2003, HFCS had taken ~50% of the market. Big Sugar filed suit against Big Corn in 2011 alleging false marketing of HFCS as a natural nutritional equivalent to sugar which resulted in market losses. Big Corn countersued in 2012, charging the sugar industry unfairly blamed HFCS for contributing to many serious health challenges, including diabetes and obesity. The FDA blocked their plan [2012] to change the name of HFCS to “corn sugar”.

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