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In this edition of Aging Matters Magazine we take a look into the thyroid epidemic, as well as asking Dr Richard Lippman to offer his insights into his field of expertise antioxidants. Finally an article about the enzyme Boluoke, as well as the usual pages including Ask Dr Dean.

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  • No 4, 2014US $8.00/ EU 6.00/ GB 5.00 where sold

    Dr. Lippman talks about free radicals and the 4-lines of defense

    The importance of enzymes

    Dr Ward Dean answers your questions

    PLUS:

    HYPOTHYROIDEpidemic

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    By Richard Stanley Wilkinson, M.D.

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    Welcome The story of the thyroid is a big one; its a gland that has so many functions and it is of paramount importance to our health. Yet, Dr. Broda Barnes estimated that 40% of the adult population are thyroid deficient!

    So we are delighted to have Dr. Rick Wilkinson; (a world thyroid expert and pupil of Dr. Barnes) who describes the issues and how to go about correcting them. If you regularly have cold hands and feet, infections and lethargy then your thyroid may be to blame.

    Recently, I managed to catch up with Dr. Richard Lippman whilst he was on his way from Sweden to Scotland. We discussed free radicals and their scavengers; you will discover in his interview that he was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine for measuring free radicals in-vivo and discovering the bodys natural four lines of defence.

    Furthermore, we have the role of enzymes and how the earthworm enzyme lumbrokinase is leading the way to blood flow health.

    Please tell us how were doing for you; we welcome your comments and suggestions.

    Phil Micans, MS, PharmB Editor, Aging Matters Magazine

    Ward Dean Ward Dean, M.D., Medical Advisor

    Declaration: The IAS Aging Matters magazine is intended for IAS private club members and focuses on the latest international nutritional, hormonal and drug therapies to help combat the signs of aging. These signs include the physical, mental and internal changes consisting of the diseases and disorders such as cancer, arthritis and senile dementias etc. However, the main focus is upon the prevention of such aging diseases and disorders for the healthy-aging individual.

    Copyright 2014: All copyrights are acknowledged. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, no responsibility can be accepted for illustrations, photographs, artwork or advertising ma-terials while in transmission or with the publisher or their agents.

    Disclaimer: All educational information is offered under IAS terms and conditions. This information does not replace the advice of your physician and restrictions may apply in some countries. The opinions expressed by the writers may not be those of IAS or the magazine. All prices shown are in US Dollars and are for reference purposes only and they do not include taxes (where applicable), nor do they include shipping & handling fees. Prices, conditions and terms are subject to change without notice.

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    IndexWelcome -Phil says thanks for finding the time 3

    The hypothyroid epidemic -Dr Wilkinson describes what to do 4Free radicals and their scavengers -Dr Lippman elaborates on his research 11The importance of enzymes -How earthworms are leading the way! 15

    Dr Ward Dean Q&A -Dr Dean answers your questions 19Featured products -Best sellers and new items 23

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    Contact details -Get in touch with IAS today 50

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    Imitation is the sincerest form of attery but not when it comes to your health. Others have attempted to copy our original Can-C NAC eye drop, the only one developed with Dr Mark Babizhayev and IVP who conducted the research. But with our fresh new look and our latest o ers you can get the real deal for just 1 dollar a day, so theres no need to take risks with your eyesight.

    I Can-C Clearly Now

    Introducing newlook Can-C Eye drops

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    Remember...If it doesnt have the o cial IVP hologram it is not a product approved by Innovative Vision Products the inventors of the technology.

    *Restrictions may apply in some countries. All information is

    educational and does not replace your physicians advice and is subject

    to IAS terms and conditions which may change without notice.

    Can-C 2x 5ml vials $39.99 or buy 6 for $192.60 and save 20%

  • 4 www.antiaging-systems.com // Order hotline: 1-866-800-4677 // e-mail: ias@antiaging-systems.com

    The function of every cell in the body depends on the presence of an adequate amount of thyroid hormones in order to do the work it is supposed to do. Brain cells need thyroid hormones to think. Muscle cells need thyroid hormones to move. Therefore, what happens when a persons thyroid is not working as well as it should? When inadequate amounts of thyroid hormones are able to enter into each cell to perform its normal work, what does a person experience?

    There is this magnificent little molecule called T3 (one of several thyroid hormones), that is absolutely necessary for the cells of the body to produce energy. You eat food and you breathe in oxygen--but if you dont have adequate T3, the food and the oxygen wont be able to do much. T3 is involved in the process of mating food and oxygen (what you eat and what you breathe) in order to make energy for muscles, nerves, and other cells so that they are able to do what they are supposed to do.

    Imagine that your muscles dont have enough thyroid hormone. What are you going to experience? The muscles

    might feel tired and weak. And they might hurt. If your brain is deficient in thyroid hormones, it might seem as though your brain isnt working. As some of my patients describe it, My brain feels like its in a fog. Its hard to think. Your joints might swell and hurt if thyroid hormones are not getting into the cells where the hormones can do their work. Your ovaries may not work properly and you cant get pregnant (this is a fairly common issue, often undiagnosable using only conventional testing). Your intestines might not have the energy to function and you experience constipation--or paradoxically, you might have diarrhea. Its well known that low thyroid causes hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) which leads to heart attacks and strokes. Well explore this further later in the article.

    In addition to the above, low thyroid is a common cause of many symptoms including high cholesterol levels, premenstrual syndrome, post-partum (after having a baby) depression, weight gain, depression, cold extremities, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, high levels of homocysteine (a natural material in the blood, but large amounts can be dangerous), high blood pressure, and diabetes.

    Do you happen to know anyone with any of those problems? Of course, we all do. And there is a crowd of people out there with these types of problems.

    Can you trust the accuracy of the routine thyroid tests?A low thyroid status can cause the problems listed above. But many people with those problems have been told that their thyroid is normal. Is it always true that their thyroid is, in fact, normal?

    A question we should ask is this: Might a lot of those symptoms or diseases be caus