Concentrated tonic non-alcoholic beverages A1, A2 and A3 are a set of specially formulated recipes.
The recipe is developed by "Anarbek" Ltd., which uses new mechanical, nanotechnological methods when processing vegetable raw materials (wheat). Concentrates are obtained on special equipment. This unique equipment makes it possible to obtain concentrates of all organic and other substances by applying new mechanical methods for the cleavage of protein and other molecules. The principle of functioning of this equipment is to create an ultrahigh pressure with simultaneous micro-strokes of the ultrasonic frequency. With this technology, high-molecular protein is split into components. At the same time, up to 20 amino acids are released, including 6 irreplaceable and not produced by the body. Short high-level protein-peptides are released, nucleic acids are the custodians of gene information,
Recipe A1 is a concentrated beverage based on organic substances and elements. It contributes to the concentration of hydrogen ions in the body within the pH 7.5, as a result of which the acid - alkaline balance of the organism from the alkaline medium turns into medium acid, which leads to a gradual oxidation of the whole organism, and as a result to the detailing of fats, slags and other food deposits, ions of heavy metals, salts and radionuclides, the absorption of viruses, bacteria and their toxins, etc., positive physiological consequences.
This is achieved because of the size of the nanoparticles (10 -15 nm), which thousands penetrate into the cells of bacteria and viruses, and split them;
- fungicidalan action that consists in preventing and destroying the development of pathogenic fungi and bacteria of the main pathogens of diseases;
- Bioprotective - protective action of internal liquid media of the body, that is, blood, tissue fluid and lymph;
- inhibitory effect, which consists in reducing and suppressing the increased activity of enzymes in the body and inhibiting accelerated biological processes.
Recipe A2 is a concentrated beverage based on organic substances and elements that create osmotic (diffusion) pressure. Has a large sucking force that allows you to clear all parts of the stomach and small intestine from the pathological mucus (film), polyps, ulcers, etc. found in them from the inside.
Especially this washing has a beneficial effect on the brush border (cells of the mucosa of the entire gastrointestinal tract), consisting of numerous thin, tortuous threads of the glycocalyx (an additional pre-membrane layer filling the pores between the microvilli) and from many thousands of outgrowths - microvilli, located between 15-20 nm.
In addition, the base glands located in the mucous membrane of the bottom of the stomach are cleared and stimulated (which contributes to the further development of pepsinogen, hydrochloric acid, mucus, etc. in the stomach). Also, the most capricious pyloric part of the stomach is cleaned out, as well as the drains in the duodenal section of the small intestine, that is, the gallbladder and pancreas drains, in which the three basic types of digestion are cavitary, membrane and intracellular.
Similar processes occur in the region of pyloric tubular glands (gatekeepers) located in the mucous membrane of the stomach in the region of the transition of the stomach into the duodenum. The secretion of the pyloric glands also has an alkaline reaction, (which is the caprice of this segment of the gastrointestinal tract, and for this reason, tumors are often formed in these places) and also contains mucus.
Recipe A3 is a concentrated drink based on organic substances and elements creating osmotic (diffusion) pressure. Has a large sucking force that allows you to clear all the sections of the large intestine (which is an average of 2 meters in length) from all the pathological mucus (film), polyps, etc. present in it from the inside, at the level of capillaries and vessels, without affecting its pH Wednesday.
Amino acids are a class of organic compounds containing carboxyl and amino groups; possess properties of both acids and bases. Participate in the exchange of nitrogenous substances, all organisms (parent compounds in the biosynthesis of hormones, vitamins, mediators, pigments purine and pyrimidine bases, alkaloids and others). Natural amino acids are more than 150 of them are 20 most important. They serve as monomeric links, from which all proteins are built (the order of inclusion of amino acids is determined by their genetic code). A person is not capable of education, the so-called essential amino acids and gets them with food.
Acids are a class of chemical compounds consisting of hydrogen, capable of being replaced by a metal and an acid precipitate, the number of hydrogen atoms being equal to the valence of the acid precipitate; dissociate (chemical decomposition of particles, molecules, etc. into several simpler elements) in an aqueous solution with the formation of hydroxonium ions, the presence of which determines the characteristic sharp taste of acids and acid reaction of the medium (acidity), when the hydrogen of acids is replaced by metals, salts are formed. Classify: according to the number of H atoms, capable of being replaced by metals (basicity of acid) - monobasic, dibasic, tribasic; by force - strong acids in dilute injection solutions are completely dissociated, weak only to a small extent.
Acidity is a value characterizing the concentration of hydrogen ions within the pH range from 0 to 7. There are also detailed concepts of acidity, for example: pH 3.8 - 4 is considered very acidic, pH 4.1 - 4.5 strongly acid, pH 4, 6 - 5 medium acidic and pH 5.1 - 5.5 weakly acidic. Starting at pH 5.6 - 6, the acidity can be considered close to a neutral pH medium.
Humic acids (organic substances) are modernized biopolymers with an increased number of active sites, which allows to achieve sorption of relatively heavy salts, heavy metals and radionuclides. These properties are based on the reaction of cation exchange, as a result of which harmful substances (nitrates, pesticides, heavy metals, etc.) become insoluble and are eliminated from the body. Also, humic acids have accumulative function, it consists in the accumulation of chemical elements and energy necessary for living organisms. Due to its stability, humic acids remain in the body for a long time, thereby ensuring the continuous supply of cells with energy and "building materials".
In addition, humic acids give living cells the cells they need, gradually, as they are consumed, thus preserving the necessary stock of these elements for subsequent generations. In this they are significantly different from many mineral compounds that can supply cells with nutrients, but are readily soluble substances that are rapidly consumed or washed out of the body.
Vitamins (from Latin - vita) means - life. In turn, vitamins are low-molecular organic substances, necessary in small amounts for normal functioning of the body, they include retinol vitamin A1, thiamine vitamin B1, ascorbic acid, vitamin C and others.
Enzymes from the lat. means - leaven (Greek enzymes) are biological catalysts present in all living cells. Carry out transformations of substances in the body, direct and regulate metabolism. According to him. breed of protein. Enzymes have optimal activity at a certain pH, the presence of necessary coenzymes, cofactors and the absence of inhibitors. Each kind of enzyme catalyzes the transformation of certain substances (substrates) sometimes only a single substance in a single direction. Therefore, numerous biochemical reactions in cells carry out a huge number of different enzymes. All enzymes are divided into 6 classes: oxidoreductase, transferase, hydrolase, lyase, isomerase and ligase. Enzyme preparations are used in medicine, food and light industry.
Mineral elements . Our body contains almost all elements of the periodic table. Of these, minerals make up about 4% of the mass of our body. Their main functions are the management of metabolic processes and the maintenance of physical and chemical means, the integrity of cells and tissues. In other words, minerals can not be sources of heat or energy in the body. Depending on the concentration - the mineral elements are divided into macro and microelements. Mineral elements are also divided into two groups: alkalis (cations) and acids (anions). Distinguish between the humus, sapropelic and lithobiolitic organic substances.
Macro elements include four cations - sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium and three anions - phosphorus, chlorine and sulfur. The daily requirement of the body is calculated in grams.
- For example, sodium (Na) retains and distributes water in the body, maintains optimal excitability of the nervous and muscle tissues. It predominates in the blood plasma and intercellular fluids. He plays a leading role (with potassium, of course, inside cells and tissues and with chlorine) in the maintenance of normal osmotic pressure, participates in the formation of protoplasm, and also in the maintenance of KSCH. Being a cation, it has an alkaline effect on the body. The daily need for an organism in this element is only 3 g. Contained in fish, cheese, bread, cheese, practically in all products of animal origin and in many vegetables.
- Potassium (K), as a sodium antagonist, on the contrary secrete fluid from the body, participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates, the synthesis of certain proteins, affects the activity of a number of enzymes, increases muscle tone and affects the transmission of nerve impulses necessary for all soft tissues of the body. It is located inside cells and affects intracellular metabolism. It predominates in the nervous, muscle tissue and red blood cells. Has a diuretic effect, which displays sodium. Has an alkaline effect. Daily requirement - 5 g. Contained in vegetables, fruits, berries, chocolate, as well as in fish and beef.
- Calcium (Ca) is the main element of our stagnant tissue in them, and it prevails. Performs an important role as an integral part of the cell nucleus in the implementation of intercellular bonds and orderly adhesion in tissue formation, that is, it provides the power of cell adhesion. It consolidates the walls of blood vessels, participates in blood coagulation processes, neuromuscular contractions, activates the work of various enzymes, regulates the function of the endocrine glands and has an anti-inflammatory effect. Neutralizes harmful acids. Generally, among the elements of calcium that form part of our body - from the metals of alkali bases forming the base, takes first place. For its assimilation by the body, it requires a sufficient amount of unsaturated fatty acids, proteins and especially calcipers, that is, vitamin D, without which it can be said, is not at all absorbed and for this reason is one of the capricious elements. Has an alkaline effect on the body. The daily requirement for different data varies from 400 to 800 mg. Contains good proportions in the body for magnesium in sardines, herring, eggplants, salads, garlic, beans, apples, pears, grapes, raspberries, white mushrooms and cucumbers. In the cottage cheese, milk, meat, bread, cereals the ratio of calcium and magnesium is less favorable for digestion. But in curd, the almost perfect ratio of calcium and phosphorus. In the cottage cheese, milk, meat, bread, cereals the ratio of calcium and magnesium is less favorable for digestion. But in curd, the almost perfect ratio of calcium and phosphorus. In the cottage cheese, milk, meat, bread, cereals the ratio of calcium and magnesium is less favorable for digestion. But in curd, the almost perfect ratio of calcium and phosphorus.
- Magnesium / Mg / is part of the differentiated higher tissues, predominates in the brain, thymus, adrenal glands, sexual glands, red blood cells and muscles, reduces neuromuscular excitability, controls metabolism, protein synthesis, stimulates peristalsis of the intestines and bile secretion, promotes excretion cholesterol from the body and protects against the possibility of developing malignant tumors. Together with potassium are the main cations in cells. It is a calcium antagonist, since excess calcium and fat inhibits its absorption. Being a cation, it has an alkaline effect on the body. Contained in the same products as calcium. The daily need for an organism in this element is 400 mg.
- Phosphorus (P) plays an important role in metabolic processes occurring in the membranes of intracellular systems and muscles (in cardiac ones as well). Its macroergic compounds - ATP and creatine phosphate - accumulate energy used for muscle contractions, carrying out nerve impulses, biosynthesis of various compounds and transporting substances through membranes, that is used for further mechanical, electrical, chemical and electrochemical work. Participates in the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates, the process of energy transfer, building cells, enzymes, hormones and many other compounds. Its action in the body is closely related to calcium, it is better absorbed only in the presence of calciferols (vitamin D). Contained in cottage cheese, cheese, meat, brains, beef liver, fish, eggs, legumes and nuts. It is better absorbed from products of animal origin. The daily requirement for phosphorus is 100 - 400 mg. Being an anion, it has an acid effect on the body.
- Chlorine (CI) forms hydrochloric acid, that is - the basis of all gastric juices, promotes the deposition of glycogen in the liver, takes part in the processes of hematopoiesis and regulation of water metabolism, as well as osmotic pressure in cells and tissues. Has acid effect. Contained in the same products as sodium.
- Sulfur (S) is part of some amino acids (and as a necessary structural component) and insulin and participates in its formation, as well as in the regulation of blood glucose levels. Has acid effect on the body. Contained in meat and eggs. The daily need for an organism in this element is about 1 g.
Microelements are biological biological elements contained in the body in negligible quantities (in micrograms and milligrams), but also necessary for normal life activities, such as aluminum, iron, iodine, zinc, cobalt, mercury, copper and others. They are necessary to maintain the tone and normal functioning of the following organs. For example, iodine is necessary for the full-fledged activity of the thyroid gland, stimulation of the work of our native cells of killers - phagocytes, that is, as a matter of fact, stimulation of leukocytes. Contained mainly in seafood.
- Copper (Cu) is necessary for the liver, stimulation of hematopoiesis, promoting growth of the organism, increasing the activity of certain hormones, taking part in building and repairing bones, increasing the body's defenses, preventing inflammatory processes and promoting tissue healing. Contained in chocolate, hazelnut, oatmeal, buckwheat, peas, beans, liver, squid and hard cheeses.
- Chromium (Cr) is necessary for full-fledged activity of the pituitary gland, participation in protein, carbohydrate metabolism and regulation of cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Contained in vegetables, beans, various cereals, bread from wholemeal flour.
- Zinc (Zn) is needed for the genital and pancreas. It is part of many enzymes, participates in the synthesis of proteins, builds bone tissue, is an integral part of insulin, stimulates the formation of hemoglobin and erythrocytes, promotes the absorption of retinol (vitamin A), healing of wounds and normal sexual development. It prevents obesity, coarsening of the skin, the appearance of rashes and acne, has antiviral and antitoxic effects on cells and increases immunity. Contained in yeast, liver, kidneys, lungs, beef, fish, mushrooms, eggs.
- Fluorine (F) is necessary for the construction of bone tissue, the formation of tooth enamel and dentin. Contains mainly seafood, bread and tea.
- Selenium (Se) is necessary for the work of the heart and blood vessels, increases the body's resistance to various viruses, activates tocopherols (vitamin E) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C). Contained in plant foods.
- Arsenic (As) prevents the loss of phosphorus, and is also an antidote for poisoning the body - selenium and anti-allergen. Contained in all products except sugar refined sugar.
- Silicon (Si) is an important component of connective tissue, strengthens small vessels and prevents premature aging. Regardless of vitamin D promotes the growth of a young body. Contained in oat flakes, black bread, bran, celery, onion, sour milk, radish, tomatoes and turnip.
- Lithium (Li) has a calming effect on the nervous system, removes salt from the joints and participates in the metabolism. Contained in sea salt and rock salt.
- Iron (Fe) is a component of hemoglobin, red blood cells and also various enzymes of the liver and spleen. Stimulates the function of hematopoiesis. Contained in the liver, tongue, meat, buckwheat, oatmeal, millet, sturgeon caviar, vegetables, berries and fruits.
- Cobalt (Co) is a part of cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12), choline (vitamin B4), inositol (vitamin B8), paraaminobenzoic acid (PABA), helps iron to be absorbed and participate in hemoglobin formation, stimulates blood-forming processes, promotes the accumulation of body stocks niacin (vitamin PP), retinol (vitamin A), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), phylloquinones (vitamin K). It affects the synthesis of muscle proteins, regulates the activity of various enzymes, the content of adrenaline in the blood and, together with other microelements, prevents early graying. Contained in the liver, kidney fish, milk, legumes, cereals, black currants, raspberries, parsley and beets.
- Manganese / Mn / is part of a number of enzymes, increases the digestibility of thiamine (vitamin B1), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), tocopherols (vitamin E), iron and copper. Stimulates oxidizer - reducing processes, lowers cholesterol, prevents atherosclerosis and obesity. Positively affects the processes of growth and hematopoiesis. Increases the protective properties of the body and removes intoxication. It is found in almost all cereals, legumes, vegetables and berries.
- Vanadium / V / - this element in combination with other substances slows down aging, stimulates the work of cells and kills pathogenic bacteria. Contained in unpeeled rice, whole oats, radish, cereals, potatoes, carrots, beets and cherries.