Betacol


Betacol

Betacol by Standard Process 40 Capsules ($13.00) 90 Capsules ($28.00).

It is a liver detoxifier, specifically for the type of liver that arthritics have. Arthritics have sluggish livers.

40 Capsules
(Id #1375)
$13.00   Out of Stock
90 Capsules
(Id #1380)
$28.00   Out of Stock

Betacol by Standard Process 40 Capsules ($13.00) 90 Capsules ($28.00).


Betacol Description

Suggested use: 3/day

Betacol is a liver detoxifier, specifically for the type of liver that arthritics have.

Why it is different?

Arthritics have sluggish livers. They have a lot of toxins in their bodies, especially guanidine. Guanidine is the most alkaline body substance known. It is a toxin caused by constipation or cell trauma. Most arthritics are constipated. Their livers are loaded with guanidine, which then gets into their blood stream, causing the blood to turn alkaline. This causes calcium to precipitate out of the body fluid. That is where their arthritic calcifications come from.

So you see the problem we have. First, we have to get over the alkalosis by neutralizing the guanidine. Second, we have to detoxify the liver. Third, we have to get rid of the constipation, so more guanidine is not formed. Betacol's primary function is to detoxify the liver. In addition to that, Betacol contains the "anti-stiffness factor." There was a Dr. Wuizen at the University of Oregon who discovered this factor, which was then named for her. People with arthritis take the Wuizen factor and it makes them feel more flexible. Here again, the FDA would not accept the premise, so this is not an acceptable term even though it appears in the literature about Dr. Wuizen and the anti-stiffness factor.

Betacol is loaded with this anti-stiffness factor. It is found primarily in sugar cane juice, in raw cream, and raw soybeans. Pasteurization destroys the anti-stiffness factor in cream. Dr. Lee originally found the anti-stiffness factor in crude raw sugar cane juice. Dr. Lee discovered it by going to the people who make alcohol. They take sugar cane juice and ferment it to make alcohol. The carbohydrate in the sugar cane juice is converted to alcohol. That leaves all of the minerals and other nutrients from the sugar cane juice. This is what he put into Betacol.

The person who uses Betacol is not only detoxifying his liver, he is getting the benefits of this anti-stiffness factor as well.

Think of two kinds of sluggish livers. If your bile route is congested, and eating fats gives you stress, take A-F Betafood. If you are the arthritis type with a bloated liver, take Betacol. Betacol is quite potent. I know of people who couldn't take a whole capsule in one day. Betacol flushes the toxins out of the liver very quickly. Patients sometimes need to start with half a capsule every day for a few days before going to a whole capsule. Betacol is especially important in osteoarthritis. It's specific for the reduction of stiffness and swelling in the joints. Some patients need as many as six daily to reduce acute stiffness.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule Servings per Container: 40
Amount per Serving %DV
Calories 2  
Niacin 10 mg 50%
Vitamin B6 2 mg 100%
Proprietary Blend: 289 mg Tillandsia usneoides, soy (bean), bovine liver PMG™ extract, betaine hydrochloride, calcium lactate, defatted wheat (germ), potassium bicarbonate, choline bitartrate, inositol, disodium phosphate, bovine adrenal Cytosol™ extract, oat flour, and ascorbic acid.

†Daily Value (DV) not established.

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, water, niacinamide, pyridoxine hydrochloride, and calcium stearate.