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SP6 PATCH IMPROVES ORGAN FUNCTION

Sherry
Blake‐Greenberg
 ND,
MA,
HMD,
 and
 Homer
 Nazeran
 PhD,
CPEng
 (Biomed.)* Health Integration Therapy, Palos Verdes Estates, California 90274, USA *Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso Texas 79968, USA

The results showed a highly significant (p < 0.001) improvement in physiologic functional status of the liver, pancreas, right and left kidney. There was a very significant (p <0.01) improvement in the functional status of thyroid, intestines and hypothalamus.

There was a significant improvement (p <0.05) in the functional status of the left and right adrenal glands.

The pituitary gland did not show a significant improvement (p = 0.19). Average statistical power considering the effect size (% improvement in physiologic function, sample number, and level of significance) was at least 89% in the pancreas, liver, intestines, left and right kidneys, thyroid, left and right adrenal glands, and the hypothalamus.

In summary, the overall data in this study demonstrated that SP6 patches worn daily over a period of 1 week produced a highly significant improvement in physiologic functional status of the liver, pancreas, right and left kidneys with an average statistical power > 97% and a very significant improvement in the functional status of the thyroid, intestines and hypothalamus with an average power> 87% and a significant improvement in the adrenal glands with an average statistical power > 75%. Stated differently all organs, except the pituitary gland achieved significant cellular physiologic functional status improvement compared to baseline with a statistical power> 89%.

Hypothalamus is a small area of the brain, the size of an almond, located immediately beneath the thalamus in the center of the brain. It is known as the main ganglion and the control center of the autonomic nervous system and is often referred to as “brain of the brain”. It is an integrating center for homeostatic functions that maintain the balance and harmony of our physiological processes and is an important link between the autonomic nervous system and the endocrine system. It is involved in the direct regulation of the internal environment (milieu) of the body. It is responsible for orchestrated coordination of many regulatory functions of different organs.

Specifically it controls our body temperature, thirst and hunger, food intake, urine output, production and secretion of anterior pituitary hormones, uterine contractions, and milk ejections. As a major autonomic coordinating center it affects all smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and exocrine glands. It is part of the motivational system of the central integrative systems of the brain, which provide the drive to satisfy our basic needs. It also plays a role in emotional and behavioural pattern.

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SP6 is much more powerful to your health than one would think.
It not just about losing weight.
Anyone including those NOT concerned with weight loss can benefit from using SP6 often.
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SP6 PATCH IMPROVES ORGAN FUNCTION Sherry
Blake‐Greenberg
 ND,
MA,
HMD,
 and
 Homer
 Nazeran
 PhD,
CPEng
 (Biomed.)* Health Integration Therapy, Palos Verdes Estates, California 90274, USA *Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso Texas 79968, USA The results showed a highly significant (p < 0.001) improvement in physiologic functional status of the liver, pancreas, right and left kidney. There was a very significant (p 87% and a significant improvement in the adrenal glands with an average statistical power > 75%. Stated differently all organs, except the pituitary gland achieved significant cellular physiologic functional status improvement compared to baseline with a statistical power> 89%. Hypothalamus is a small area of the brain, the size of an almond, located immediately beneath the thalamus in the center of the brain. It is known as the main ganglion and the control center of the autonomic nervous system and is often referred to as “brain of the brain”. It is an integrating center for homeostatic functions that maintain the balance and harmony of our physiological processes and is an important link between the autonomic nervous system and the endocrine system. It is involved in the direct regulation of the internal environment (milieu) of the body. It is responsible for orchestrated coordination of many regulatory functions of different organs. Specifically it controls our body temperature, thirst and hunger, food intake, urine output, production and secretion of anterior pituitary hormones, uterine contractions, and milk ejections. As a major autonomic coordinating center it affects all smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and exocrine glands. It is part of the motivational system of the central integrative systems of the brain, which provide the drive to satisfy our basic needs. It also plays a role in emotional and behavioural pattern. ++++++++++++++++++ SP6 is much more powerful to your health than one would think. It not just about losing weight. Anyone including those NOT concerned with weight loss can benefit from using SP6 often.

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