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Dr. Kimberly Balas discusses the science behind masai, a traditional cultured dairy beverage.

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Cream of the Crop by Dr. Kimberly Balas:

1 Cream of the Crop by Dr. Kimberly Balas

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2 Masai Research Masai Cultured A-2 dairy - (plain Amasi™ is a commercial equivalent) Regular commercial pasteurized milk Commercial plain yogurt E. Coli Bacteria Did not kill the E. Coli Did not kill the E. Coli consistently and thoroughly Killed the E. Coli completely and faster than cultured yogurt! 2004© Richard Mokua MS Food & Nutrition Sciences University of Wisconsin - Stout

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Benefits of Masai:

4 Benefits of Masai Supports the digestive system. Improvement seen with leaky gut syndrome and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) (Inflammatory blood patterns) Improved nutrient absorption (rH2 validation) (Leaky Gut blood pattern) Helps with glutathione uptake (brain/memory, muscle recovery) (GSH testing) Reduction of cellular level inflammation (HS-CRP) Regulates serotonin/dopamine via fat/probiotic ratio (Apex neurotransmitter test) Provides key immune system support (QFA and CBC blood panel) Helps with cellular energy and hormone balance (rH2) Fat combustion and can aid in weight-release ( Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Sally Fallon)

Blood Patterns for Masai:

5 Blood Patterns for Masai Alkaline Phosphatase EOS Baso LOW HIGH HS-CRP A/G Ratio ALT AST Total Protein LDL Free Calcium Index Pattern of Inflammation

Blood Patterns for Using Masai:

6 Blood Patterns for Using Masai Sodium Albumin Potassium CO2 Total Protein Urine pH LOW HIGH LDH Phosphorus Magnesium Chloride Saliva pH Platelets Uric Acid Pattern of Leaky Gut

You Do NOT Get Elevated Cholesterol From Eating Fat:

7 You Do NOT Get Elevated Cholesterol From Eating Fat Dietary cholesterol (from food) accounts for no more than 10% of blood cholesterol. Cholesterol is so important the body produces 3,000-4,000mg of it each and every day Metabolism Study: with even a 30% fat diet, increasing dietary cholesterol from 319mg to 941mg per day, the blood LDL only increased a mere 6%. Dietary Cholesterol is Insignificant – Metabolism 2001 May; 50(5): 594-597 Ancel Keys, the “father” of the cholesterol-heart disease hypothesis, said in 1997 “There is no connection whatsoever between the cholesterol in food and cholesterol in the blood and we’ve known that all along.”

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8 Cholesterol Does NOT…. Create heart disease Increase from consumption of fats Supply calories Build up in adipose tissue Function without synthesis Used by the body for energy Adequately supplied from food

References:

9 References http://www2.uwstout.edu/content/lib/thesis/2004/2004mokuar.pdf

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