Two studies in 2018 will be mentioned for the antiinflammatory effect of alpha lipoic acid
. The first study was by Saboori, et al, who published a systematic review and meta-analysis of 11 randomized controlled comprising over 250 patients.
Then I started prescribing it for cancer with the addition of intravenous alpha lipoic acid
and observed the same remarkable results with several stage 4 cancer patients.
can aid in weight loss while reducing pathologies associated with excess weight.
* Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Also known as thioctic acid, Alpha Lipoic Acid
is an anti-oxidant that is both oil and water soluble.
Figure 1 shows the effect of aluminium chloride, quercetin, and lipoic acid
treatment alone and in combination on acetylcholine esterase activity in the brain of rats.
Alpha lipoic acid
(ALA) is a synthetic version of lipoic acid
, which helps cells make energy.
Derma E is paraben-free and contains ingredients like Ester-C, peptides, alpha lipoic acid
, and vitamins A, C and E.
Alfa lipoic acid
(ALA), is an endogenously produced coenzyme and is being used by researchers as a dietary supplement with good bioavailability, both in humans and experimental animals.
"The 'sparks' in my feet, legs and hands have dropped dramatically from several a day to a few a week." That was "Mark," commenting on amazon.com after a month of taking lipoic acid
pills for his diabetic neuropathy.
According to the company, the formula for drinkSMART consists of amino acids, such as n-acetyl cysteine, prickly pear, ginger and other herbs to help metabolize acetaldehyde, a toxic alcohol by-product; organic milk thistle, organic reishi mushroom, artichoke leaf, dihydromyricetin (DHM), burdock root and other herbs to support healthy liver function; antioxidant superfoods such as organic curcumin, acerola, alpha lipoic acid
(ALA), green tea and goji extract to support a healthy immune system and the elimination of free radicals; 16 essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin C, B complex and magnesium.
In the article titled "Effects of Lipoic Acid
Supplementation on Activities of Cyclooxygenases and Levels of Prostaglandins [E.sub.2] and [F.sub.2][alpha] Metabolites, in the Offspring of Rats with Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetes" , affiliation number three was incorrect.