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Amino Acids and AF

Please reply if you have ever used amino acids and have noticed changes in your AF or syncope. Specifically: Taurine, Argenine, Glycine, Citruline and Carnitine.

Also, please reply if you have taken other aminos and have noticed changes to your AF or syncope.

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Was a big supplement user in younger years. Totally believe it was cause of AFIB at age 50

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Demonstrate the cause and effect please. Our top soils and foodstuffs are grown with incomplete fertilizers and lack what should be in the soil. This in combination with fatty livers and compromised GI's/small intestines, will never deliver the micro-nutrients needed to sustain NSR or maintain general health. The reality is 7.5 billion is over-driving the ability to distribute the level of nutrients required for the genome to operate at its designed intent. The culling has started and it is just a matter of time before mass correction. This in part due to the genome mapping project being completed a few years ago.

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I've taken various aminos that I've mixed into whey and I had exercise induced AF whether or not I included them.

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My Naturopath put me on Nutri MegaMag Muscleze (sorry to mention brands but its the only one with such a comprehensive compound, I think) straightaway and it contains the items you mention, the full list can be googled. My AF was already stabilised with Flecainide but I only felt much better with the Nutri and CoQ10.

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There is a particular study that is published at the NIH/Pubmed, which cites a limited number of subjects that all converted, 6-8 men ranging from 50-80 years. In part, the key is to tamper the vagal while at the same time increasing eNOS. Thanks for your input. As mentioned before CoQ10 does not absorb, Ubiquinol does. I boosted a 45/50 EF output from echo to 60. There is a loading that has to occur then sustain with 100mgs. It worked for me.

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I found after regular 6 monthly tests that I do increase my CoQ10 level taking it, possibly because my hi fat diet improves absorption. Off topic I know but I eat lots of butter, cheese, cream full fat milk, meat with fat and with 60% less sugar and less carbs my weight has dropped to the same as when I was an 18yo.

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[Quote =Tombeaux ''Demonstrate the cause and effect please...........

The culling has started and it is just a matter of time before mass correction. This in part due to the genome mapping project being completed a few years ago''.]

Tom, What is this, a lecture hall.

Why are you telling people to 'demonstrate' things .

You say...''The culling has started and it is just a matter of time before mass correction''.

You are starting to sound like a conspiracy theorist...

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It is no conspiracy. Live it then come back and talk

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