May 16, 2017
Markus Green Formula Test Results Amazing!http://www.MarkusGreens.com
Lab test results show super high levels of many B vitamins- like B2 Riboflavin, B5 Pantothenic Acid, B9 Folate, Folic Acid
The report is here http://www.markusrothkranz.com/greenformula_labtest.jpg
The ingredient list and what each herb does, plus the product video is at http://www.MarkusGreens.com
VITAMIN B-2 Riboflavin 2 spoonfuls of my Green formula has 3770% RDA Riboflavin!
B2 Helps prevent heart disease. Most people on modern diet are deficient. Necessary for energy production, and for fat and carbohydrate metabolism. It Helps prevent cataracts and corneal ulcers, and generally benefits vision. Promotes healthy skin, especially in cases of psoriasis. Helps protect against drug toxicity and environmental chemicals. NB- dry scaly facial skin, cracks at corners of mouth
FOLATE B-9 1,370% a coenzyme essential for DNA synthesis, red blood cell formation and heart health. In fact, it’s critical for DNA synthesis so normal cells don't turn cancerous. It’s essential for the division and growth of new cells and helps reduce homocysteine levels which lowers heart disease risk by 45%. Folate is especially important for women of childbearing age
VITAMIN B-5 Pantothenic Acid- 6000%antioxidant necessary for adrenal activity and making natural steroids. What robs our body of B5 other than a poor diet… stress. If you are in a messed up relationship and have a lot of psychological stress, then you need lots of B5. My green formula has over 6000% daily pantothenic acid!
Research conducted by Dr. Williams revealed that mice treated with pantothenic acid lived longer than unsupplemented animals. On average they lived 19 percent longer than untreated animals.
This prompted him to suggest pantothenic acid as an investigational drug for anti-aging.
One Anti Aging author mentions supplementing of b5 increased lifespan alone by 25%.
ref: mice supplemented with B5 live longer: http://blog.lifeextension.com/2014/01/can-vitamin-b5-promote-longevity.html
Pelton RB, Williams RJ. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1958 Dec;99_3_:632-3.
Dumm ME, Ralli EP. Metabolism Clinical Exp 1953 2: 153-164.