XCAP Xtra EnZymes helps Patient Regain Use of Finger!

1 09 2011

Below is a testimonial from Ikelene Boh on her tragic accident and how she almost lost the use of her entire right hand and all her fingers.

We talk about how XCAP is used to help athletes, but our products have other benefits, in particular the XCAP Xtra EnZymes  and how it helps to break down scar tissue.

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In Ikelene’s own words…….. (Warning Images are Graphic )

“In April of 2009 I almost lost my life as the result of a household accident. I was home alone when I tripped and fell backwards onto a 12” Tera Cotta pot. The rim snapped and what remained of the pot severed all but one ligament of connective tissue in my right forearm. I used my left had as a tourniquet, and dialed 911 with my nose. The original injury was life-threatening in and of itself , but the measures that were taken to remove the potting soil from the wound left me mangled. 

The next morning I saw the surgeon. He was open about lack of promise that I would ever use the hand again. Over a month passed, and then a twitch in my thumb had me into physical therapy right away. Progress was slow and the nerve pain never subsided.

Three years later I met Dr. John Fitzgerald (Blood Doc).  

I still suffered never-ending nerve pain, but had regained primary use of three of my fingers. 

We had a discussion about XCAP’s systemic enzymes (Xtra EnZymes) that was unrelated to my injury. I began taking the enzymes. 

No more than two weeks later, I sat in amazement as my my forearm twitched and pulsated. By the days end I had full use, mobility, and dexterity in all four fingers, and the nerve pain was diminished by almost half.

I am thrilled that the impetus for taking the enzymes rendered such a far more meaningful result.

THANKS XCAP !”

Ikelene Boh

Note from XCAP: Blood Doc frequently recommends people with scare tissue break it up by taking 12 to 20 enzymes per day on an empty stomach.

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XCAP Launches in The UK

10 03 2011

XCAP is now conveniently located in The United Kingdom.  Expect that your supplements will be shipped to you with ease and efficiency.  Check out www.XCAPUK.com and also Xtreme Couture UK on Facebook.





XCAP Fighter Martin Kampmann will KO Sanchez

2 03 2011

XCAP fighter Martin Kampmann is planning to KO Sanchez tomorrow night.

Below is a video of Martin Kampmann training at Xtreme Couture MMA  as he prepares for his fight tomorrow night on UFC 3 on Versus





XCAP – Ray Sefo

16 02 2011

XCAP fighter Ray Sefo puts up valiant effort against Valentijn Overeem this past weekend on StrikeForce.

Below is the fight video.





If you get hit in the head, take Max EFA’s

15 02 2011

I recommend that people take Max EFAs from XCAP for many reasons such as hormone support, exercise recovery, heart, skin and joint health.

Here is yet another reason to take Max EFAs.  Studies are showing that if you do an activity that involves getting hit in the head, you should take Max EFAs.

Football, MMA, Boxing, Soccer and many other sports involve getting hit in the head.

Omega-3 Curbed Traumatic Brain Injury in Rats

Rats that got the highest dose of omega-3 DHA displayed the least brain damage.

Traumatic brain injury or TBI happens during accidents and sports mishaps, when the brain takes a shock that causes tissue damage.

Sadly, TBI became the signature wound of the Iraq war, in which some soldiers survived a blast only to suffer invisible blows to their cognitive and emotional capacities.

Omega-3s may offer hope for blunting the effects of TBI.

For example, in 2004, researchers reported that omega-3s deterred the worst brain damage from concussions suffered by rats.

Two rat experiments published in 2010  – bolstered the idea that omega-3s can curb the brain damage resulting from TBIs.





AA Resveratrol Blast helps burn fat

11 02 2011

I will sum up this study up to make it easy to understand.  Resveratrol helps in the required steps for your body to burn fat.  XCAP’s product is called AA Resveratrol Blast.

Here is a list of other things that AA Resveratrol Blast has been shown to improve in studies.

Up-regulation of Adiponectin by resveratrol: the essential

roles of the Akt/FOXO1 and AMP-activated protein kinase

signaling pathways and DsbA-L.

J Biol Chem. 2011 Jan 7;286(1):60-6.Metabolic Syndrome Research Center, Second Xiangya Hospital, Central South University,

Hunan 410011, China.

OBJECTIVE: The natural polyphenol resveratrol (RSV) displays a wide spectrum of health

beneficial activities, yet the precise mechanisms remain to be fully elucidated. Here we show that

RSV promotes the multimerization and cellular levels of adiponectin in 3T3-L1 adipocytes.

METHODS AND RESULTS: The stimulatory effect of RSV was not affected by knocking out

Sirt1, but was diminished by suppressing the expression levels of DsbA-L, a recently identified

adiponectin-interactive protein that promotes adiponectin multimerization. Suppression of the Akt

signaling pathway resulted in an increase in the expression levels of DsbA-L and adiponectin. On

the other hand, knocking out FOXO1 or suppressing the activity or expression levels of the AMP-

activated protein kinase (AMPK) down-regulated DsbA-L and adiponectin. The stimulatory effect

of RSV on adiponectin and DsbA-L expression was completely diminished in FOXO1-suppressed

and AMPK-inactivated 3T3-L1 adipocytes.

CONCLUSIONS: Taken together, our results demonstrate that RSV promotes adiponectin

multimerization in 3T3-L1 adipocytes via a Sirt1-independent mechanism. In addition, we show

that the stimulatory effect of RSV is regulated by both the Akt/FOXO1 and the AMPK signaling

pathways. Last, we show that DsbA-L plays a critical role in the promoting effect of RSV on

adiponectin multimerization and cellular levels.





Zinc improves mood

11 02 2011

We know from previous studies that Zinc helps with many things such as preventing scarring after a cut, thyroid health and hormone production.  We have very specific instructions on the www.XCAP.tv website on how to use zinc.

Role of zinc in the development and treatment of mood disorders

Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2010 Nov;13(6):685-9.

Department of Biomedical Sciences, Florida State University College of Medicine, Tallahassee,

Florida, USA.

PURPOSE OF REVIEW: The present review is a critical examination of the most recent

published work on the role of zinc in the development and treatment of mood disorders.

RECENT FINDINGS: Clinical studies and experimental work using animal models have both

revealed a link between zinc status and neuropsychological disorders such as depression and

anxiety. Not only has zinc deficiency been shown to induce depression-like and anxiety-like

behaviors, supplementation has been used as a treatment for major depression. Zinc

administration improves the efficacy of antidepressant drugs in depressed patients and may have

a particular role to play in treatment-resistant patients. Recent investigations into the molecular

mechanisms responsible for these observations suggest a role for zinc in the regulation of

neurotransmitter systems, antioxidant mechanisms, neurotrophic factors, and neuronal precursor

cells.

SUMMARY: The data reviewed here not only indicate a role for zinc deficiency in the

development of mood disorders, but also show that zinc may also be important in their treatment.

Given the prevalence of zinc deficiency in human populations, this work has the potential to

influence strategies to prevent and treat these disorders.