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OCMP

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Product Description

Controlling Blood Sugar Levels While Fighting Candida

After candida overgrowth has affected the blood sugar, causing the body to crave sugars and carbohydrates, it can attempt to colonize the pancreas, leading to diabetes. If you have diabetes, you may want to add the following supplement to your order of CandElim to assist getting your blood sugar under control much more quickly.

OCMP aims to provide significant health benefits while, at the same time, killing candida. It literally “alkalizes candida to death” by increasing the uptake of minerals into the cells, boosting the strength of cells that are already healthy, while, at the same time, alkalizing and killing the unhealthy cells, as candida prefers an acidic environment.

OCMP stands for Optimize Cell Membrane Potential – For Enhanced Strength, Energy and Recovery. Boosting Cell Membrane Potential improves cellular chemistry and increases overall cell efficiency.

This directly upgrades:

Cell protection and fortification (blocking access for toxins and pathogens), cell repair and recovery (increasing nutrient flow including oxygen), and cell hygiene (speeding waste transfer and emission out of the cells).  Customers using OCMP report much-improved blood sugar levels.

The key factors influencing cell membrane potential are positive and negative ion concentrations. These ions work together creating “electrical gradients” within our tissues. These gradients are what keep cell membranes strong and determine how well our cells and nerves function.

The key elements or ions involved are sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), chloride (Cl–), and calcium (Ca2+). These four elements are found in abundance in almost every diet, but are often severely imbalanced at a cellular level. Increasing their intake does not automatically improve Cell Membrane Potential, indeed in many cases, CMP may actually decrease.

Our proprietary OCMP formulation is doctor-designed to provide therapeutic levels of what we call the ionic gatekeeper nutrients — high levels of bio-available magnesium, zinc, chromium, manganese, lithium and germanium. These elements help spark the production and release of calcium and chloride ions, processes essential to continued robust health.

OCMP may enhance the brain and nerve cells methylation capacity, and nutritionally support mood elevation. Daily use may positively contribute to the detoxification process and help protect the cells and brain from mercury and other neuro toxins. It aims to augment the body’s natural pain-relief and stress recovery processes. OCMP is also believed to be a premium anti-aging nutraceutical which, through the individual and synergistic action of its ingredients, may strongly assist in the recovery of youthful function in organs, joints and skin.*

Includes therapeutic levels of: Magnesium (chelated, ionic and soluble), TriMethylGlycine (cellular repair and protection), N-Acetyl Glucosamine (intestinal, joint and skin repair and protection), Germanium 132 (cellular oxygen utilization), with supporting levels of organic lithium, selenium, zinc, iodide, vitamins and a full range of trace minerals and absorption assisting cofactors. Start using 1 capsule and gradually increase to 4 capsules a day.

Dosage Directions: Using 1 bottle per month, take 4 capsules per day with meals 2 bottles per month use 4 capsules 2 times a day with meals.

*results may vary

Additional Information

Weight .3125 lbs

Ingredients

Magnesium complex (Magnesium Orotate, Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate, Magnesium AA Chelate, Magnesium Krebs), Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B6 (P5P), Vitamin B3, Vitamin B12, Zinc Picolinate (20%), Vitamin E, Manganese Citrate, Boron (Amino Acid chelate), Iodine (Potassium iodide), Biotin, Lithium Orotate, Germanium, Molybedenum (Amino Acid chelate), Selenium (Selenomethionine), GTF Chromium.

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