The Different Glyconutrient

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The Different Glyconutrient

By Colin Byrne

14th July 2011

The term glyconutrient refers to the 8 saccharides found in glycoforms (the tree-like antennae that are found on cell membrane in the body). However, the term glyconutrient is a term in commerce and not in science. Science uses the term glycoprotein to describe these saccharides.

Medical science discovered, according to Mannatech, the first company to use the term and develop glyconutrients as a nutritional supplement, that these glycoforms are responsible for cell-to-cell communication. When glycoforms are damaged or are weakened, then cell-to-cell communication is disrupted with dire consequences for the body's immune system and cell renewal processes.

I used Ambrotose, the name of the Mannatech's product, for a number of months and found them to be very effective during a time in my life when I was under a great deal of stress. This piqued my interest and I set out to investigate why Ambrotose was so effective in promoting overall well-being.

After thorough investigation I formulated my own product, Glyco-Boost, for reasons I will explain below.

Make no mistake I am not opposed to Ambrotose and, like I stated above, I found it to be a very good product.

However, Glyco-Boost is a different glyconutrient, and differs in several respects to Ambrotose. While I could not find any conclusive clinical trials for Ambrotose, I could find many hundred clinical trials for the individual ingredients of Glyco-Boost.

The ingredients of Glyco-Boost are fully disclosed, as opposed to Mannatech's products..

There is one major difference between Glyco-Boost and Ambrotose. Glyco-Boost includes pine bark extract, as well as other vitamins and minerals. Pine bark extract is sold commercially as Pycnogenol, amongst others.

Pine bark extract has been used by natives on several continents in ancient times as a great anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It has been recorded that when the Spanish arrived on the continent of America, the natives there treated their sailors who were wracked with scurvy and other ailments with a powder obtained from the bark of the pine tree with miraculous results. I was able to discover over 200 clinical trials that supported pine bark extract's efficacy for a large number of ailments. Pycnogenol alone, has undergone at least 250 of these clinical trials. It's benefits are too many to enumerate in this article, but can be obtained by going to any search engine and lookup pine bark extract.

Likewise, the other main ingredients of Glyco-Boost, aloe vera, brown seaweed (fucoidan), larch arabino glactin, xylose, glucosamine and gum ghatti, all have individual healing properties, but when combined become a formidable nutrient that fortifies the body, promotes healing and health, and supports the immune system.

But of course, what really differentiates Glyco-Boost, is price and method of marketing. Glyco-Boost is the most affordable glyconutrient product on the market and its ingredients are openly disclosed. Anyone wishing to become an affiliate marketer is welcome to contact the writer at

We make no claims, other than that Glyco-Boost is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and that the proven value of its individual ingredients makes it a powerful ally to staying healthy.

Medical science has estimated that 80% of all degenerative diseases, including auto-immune diseases, are caused by oxidation in the body. Our body's require large amounts of antioxidants to deal with oxidation. There are 2 kinds of antioxidants, liquid soluble and lipid soluble, and Glyco-Boost includes both.

Oxidation causes inflammation and Glyco-Boost includes 2 proven and powerful anti-inflammatories, i.e. aloe vera and pine bark extract.

You can learn more about the health-giving properties of Glyco-Boost at:

Try Glyco-Boost, and I wish you very good health.

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