Q: Is There a Catch?
A: Not at all…Your body burns fat every night while you sleep! During the first 45 minutes of sleep your body searches for protein to burn fat. This is NOT a laxative or diuretic. It’s NOT a Shake or a Drink. You’re tapping into the natural way your body burns fat With Protein! Be sure to go to sleep when you take the Calorad MG. It only works the first 45 to 90 minutes you are asleep.
Q: Is Diet or Exercise Required?
A: No Diet, No Exercise! No Starving, No Counting Calories, No Equipment to buy, No Books to Read, and No Meetings! It’s Easy and It Works!
Q: Do I Have To Take This Forever?
A: We recommend at least a 3 month program. Once you get to your desired size you do not have to continue. Some clients continue taking as daily supplement, which is safe to do. Remember this is just protein, No Drugs or Stimulants or Caffeine! It burns excess stored fat. Will not go below a safe level of fat burning!
Q: What Are The Side Benefits?
A: Most of us are depleted in protein. Protein has many benefits to the body. Great for the helping Lower Cholesterol Levels, Relief of Arthritic Joint Pain! Improvement is hair, nails and skin! And you sleep incredibly well!
Q: What about stimulants?
A: All natural ingredients. No Drugs, No Stimulants, No Caffeine, No Natural Stimulants like ephedra or orange bitter! Truly All Natural and It Works!
Q: Will It Interfere With Medications?
A: Here is the good news. It Does NOT interfere with medications. All natural protein! No caffeine or stimulants. NO ingredients to elevate the heart rate or blood pressure! Creates NO type of negative side effects! That’s why Doctors like to recommend it!
Q: Can Diabetics Take This?
A: Yes! Many of our clients notice an improvement in their sugar levels! Protein is very beneficial in helping to lower sugar levels and reduce sugar craving!!
Q: Why Not Just Eat A Meat?
A: Your body would have to process the calories and digest the meat. The capsules contain ~ 0 Calories from fat, 0 Carbohydrate, and 0 Fat!!
Q: What If I Do Exercise or Diet?
A: You would accelerate your results if you exercise or lower your carb intake. BUT it is NOT necessary for results!
Q: What If I Work Night Shift?
A: WHENEVER it is that you fall asleep, take your 3 capsules and fall asleep. It’s that easy.
Q: What If I Only Have 10 Pounds To Lose?
A: Our Protein does not take you below a safe level of fat burning. It burns excess stored fat in the areas you last put it on.
Q: Will I Gain It Back?
A: Protein assists the body in making more of your fat burner (lean muscle). Low Calorie diets cause the body to lose lean muscle (fat burner) That’s why in the past you gained back the weight and then some! Lose the excess fat ~ Not your fat burner!!!
Q: Will It Keep Me Awake?
A: No! You sleep incredibly well and many reports from clients who once used sleep aids find they no longer need sleep aids! Remember there are no stimulants!
Q: At which moment should Calorad® be ingested and why?
A: Calorad MG should be taken before bed, every night.The first 60 to 90 minutes of sleep allows the body to enter a state that is named “delta”. This is a period of “rejuvenation” that allows for repair and rebuilding. It’s at that moment that Calorad MG promotes the loss of absorbed fat by giving your metabolism the necessary fuel, allowing it to burn accumulated fat.Collagen forms more than 35% of the dry proteins of the body. With time, the body reduces the production of collagen. What is Calorad MG's primary specific effect? Its formula acts directly on your metabolism and naturally restores your base collagen while you sleep.Calorad MGs powerful formula gives the body a chain of amino acids crucial to your health. Thanks to Calorad MG you will lose weight, build your muscle mass, rebuild you collagen base and benefit from better sleep!
Q: When was Calorad first marketed?
Q: How Big Is Each Bottle?
A: Each Bottle is a One Month Supply Enough to take Nightly for 30 nights.
Q: Is My Local DJ Really Taking This?
A: Yes! Come Join Us
Q: What If I’m Still Skeptical?
A: That’s why your local DJ tried it first to verify how well it works! Your body burns fat every night when you sleep! Tap into the natural fat burning process! Bottom Line Your Not Gonna Know Till You Try!
Q: Do You Auto Ship?
A: No. We DO NOT automatically reship more bottles each month! If you want to lose more inches simply reorder online or call. Note: We respect your privacy and never list our client information.
Q: What Payment Methods Do You Accept?
A: Visa, Mastercard and Discover & American Express Credit Cards and Debit Cards.
Q: How Soon Will I Receive My Order?
A: Your order ships right out. Priority Mail. Through the United States Postal Service. Most orders are received within 3 to 5 business days
Q: Can I Ship To PO Box?
A: Yes. We ship orders through the United States Postal Service.
DO NOT eat for three hours before you take Calorad MG. Your stomach must be empty when you take it.
Take 3 capsules right before you go to sleep.
Drink a small glass of water with your Calorad MG.
Go to sleep. It's very important to sleep right after you take Calorad MG, so it can work with your body's natural repair cycle.
Cheating--Eating or Drinking ANYTHING except water.
Even diet soda or gum will interrupt the effectiveness of Calorad MG. The main reason for this is your body will search for any source of fuel. When it finds anything in your digestive system, it will use it for fuel. But when there is nothing there, it has no choice but to utilize your stored energy, or stored fat. When you consume Calorad MG while your digestive system is still processing food or drinks, you also risk breaking down and diminshing the product's effectiveness.
Water--Failing to drink the appropriate amount of WATER (not tea or soda, etc).
You must drink at least 64 ounces (one half gallon) per day. Water helps rid the body of excess build-up that occurs when fat is broken down.
Timing--Timing is everything!
Since Calorad MG is most powerful during the first 90 minutes of sleep, every minute you spend talking, reading, watching TV etc. reduces its effectiveness. These activities may cause your body to resume its AWAKE state and sleep may be difficult to achieve for a period of time. Remember, taking Calorad MG is the VERY LAST thing you do before going to sleep..
Yeast--Yeast is an inhibitor to weight loss.
Overeating--You should be careful not to consume too much.
While you do not have to inhibit your eating with Calorad MG, a reasonable diet is recommended. Fat accumulation is still a function of consuming more calories than can be burned.
Thyroid--Expect slower results with thyroid conditions.
Drink additional water and wait longer than the recommended three hours before taking Calorad MG. Your meal may not be fully digested if your metabolism is compromised and too slow.
Caffeine--Reduce your intake.
It is a diuretic which removes water from tissues. This means that the more caffeine you consume, the more water your body needs to replace fluids.
Chewing--Be sure to chew your food thoroughly!
The first stage of digestion occurs in the mouth. If food is not chewed at least 32 times, you do not get the nutrients from your food and the chance of overeating increases. Remember, it takes 20 minutes for your body to tell your brain when it is full!
Our spectacular, clinically-proven Calorad MG formula enhances your metabolism, so you'll burn fat and build muscle tissue-the way your body was meant to. Take Calorad MG for long-term, proven success. It's so easy to use!
Weight Loss success starts at home.
There is a close connection between weight loss, gaining weight, and eating meals away from home. Try to eat at home, and eat smaller portions and it will be easier to stick to your weight loss diet. Then you just lose weight naturally as your body repairs itself.
Weight loss diets must be health-based.
To lose weight in a healthy manner, you don’t skip meals and then gorge. You actually increase your chances of weight loss success when your weight loss diet encourages you to eat more frequently, but less volume. Never let more than three and a half hours pass between meals. Then your body won’t get into its starving mode and encourage you to binge. It’s better to be just a little less than full so your stomach can distribute its acids well and allow you to have better digestion.
Get to know your body’s sensations.
The brain recognizes low energy levels; it doesn’t distinguish between being thirsty and being low on fluids. This confusion often leads to you thinking you are hungry, when in reality the sensation is caused because you are low on the ready-to-access energy, because you are thirsty. We often eat food when the body should receive water. People who drink lots of water before eating can separate the two sensations. They don’t overeat to satisfy an urge for the intake of water. This leads to weight loss success.
If you incorporate these tips into your daily routines, you will find that your weight loss diet will have you losing weight, not fighting a losing battle. When you join these wellness allies with the amino acid combinations that come from Calorad MG, you can expect even more benefits.
Calorad MG is the healthy way to lose weight and enjoy better health.
Collagen is a family of highly characteristic, fibrous proteins found in all multi-cellular animals and are the most abundant proteins found in mammals, constituting 25 percent of total protein mass. The characteristic feature of a typical protein molecule is its long, stiff, triple-stranded helical structure in which three collagen polypeptide chains (called a [alpha] chains), are wound around each other forming a rope-like super helix. Collagens are extremely rich in the amino acid Proline and Glycine.
To date, 25 distinct collagen a chains have been identified and each is encoded by a different gene. Combinations of these genes are expressed in different tissues. In principle, more than 10,000 types of triple-stranded collagen molecules could be assembled in the body from various combinations of the 25, but only 15 types of collagen molecules have been identified.
The main types of collagen in connective tissues are Types I, II, III, V, and IX. Type I is the principle collagen of skin and bone and, by far, the most abundant in the body (representing 90 percent of body collagen). Type II is found in the cartilage. Type III is found in skin, blood vessels and internal organs. Type V is found in bone, skin, tendons, ligaments, and cornea. Types IV and VIII are network-forming collagens which polymerize to form the sheet-like network basal lammae and anchoring fibril beneath stratified squamous epithelia (epithelium—coherent cell sheets formed from one or more layers of cells covering an external surface or lining a cavity).
The tissues of the body are not made solely of cells. A substantial part of the tissue volume is extracellular space that is filled with an intricate network of macromolecules that constitute the extracellular matrix. The matrix is composed of a variety of versatile proteins and polysaccharides that are secreted locally and assembled into an organized network in close association with the cells that produce them.
In connective tissue, the matrix is generally more plentiful than the cells it surrounds and it determines the tissues physical properties. Variations in the amounts of the different types of matrix macromolecules give rise to an amazing diversity of forms. For example, the matrix can become calcified to become the rock-hard structures of our teeth and bones, or it can form the transparent matrix of our corneas, or it can adapt the rope-like helix organization that give tendons their enormous tensile strength. At the interface of the epithelium and connective tissue, the matrix forms a basal lamina, a tough but thin mat that plays a vital role in controlling cell behavior.
Until very recently, the extracellular matrix was thought to be relatively inactive scaffolding to stabilize the more physical structure of the tissues, much like the concrete foundation of a house. Recent research has proven that the matrix plays a very complex and very active role in regulating the behavior of the cells that contact it, i.e. influencing development, migration, proliferation, shape and function. From the new information, we have learned that the matrix and connective tissue are message carriers and part of the body’s internal communication system, similar to the inter-office memo.
The macromolecules that constitute the extra-cellular matrix are produced by the cells in the matrix. In most connective tissue, the matrix molecules are secreted by cells called fibroblasts. In some more specialized connective tissue, such as cartilage and bone, they are secreted by specific cells of the fibroblast family called chondroblasts (cartilage) and osteblasts (bone).
The two main classes of macromolecules that make up the extra-cellular matrix (communication matrix) are polysaccharide chains of the class called glycoaminoglycans (GAGs) which are found linked to proteins in the form of proteoglycans, and fibrous proteins of two functional types: mainly structural (i.e. collagen) and adhesive (i.e. laminin and fibronectin).
The members of both classes come in a variety of shapes and sizes. GAG and proteoglycan molecules in connective tissue form a moisture rich gel-like ground substance in which the fibrous proteins are embedded. The polysaccharide gel resists compressive forces on the matrix and the collagen fibers improve tensile strength. The polysaccharide gel allows rapid diffusion on nutrients, metabolites, and hormones between the blood and tissue cells. The collagen fibers both strengthen and organize the matrix and the rubber-like elastin fibers give resilience.
GAGs are defined as mucopolysaccharides with long, linear, highly charged molecules composed of a pair of repeating sugars, one of which is always bound to an amino sugar. Mainly found covalently linked to a protein core in the extra-cellular matrix, proteoglycans, i.e. chondroitan sulfate, hyaluronic acid (hyaluronan), heparin, heparin sulfate and keratan sulfate.
What does all of this indicate? Early detection of degenerative diseases can be diagnosed through examination of the extra-cellular matrix. The inability of the body to sustain revitalization of the extra-cellular matrix is the beginning of all degenerative disease. As we age, function of the fibroblast family of cells to produce collagen compounds diminishes, which then reduces the gel-like substances of the extra-cellular matrix that protects cells and tissues from the compression of life and exercise. This deterioration also limits the transportation of essential nutrients and the screening of invasive and toxic materials into the tissue.
The prolific work of Dr. John Prudden, M.D., F.A.C.S., from the 1950’s and into the 1990’s, proved that bovine collagen supplementation had a beneficial and healing effect on the extra-cellular matrix that resulted in positive benefits to patients with a wide variety of conditions from psoriasis, wound healing, and side effects of steroidal medications to lymphagiosarcoma (cancer), elephantitis (filarial parasite infestation), arthritis, rheumatism, and skin ulcers.
In modern research of just the last two years, new drug therapy is being compared directly to the effectiveness of bovine collagen supplementation. In many articles, drugs are being compared to collagen supplementation—regarded as equal in effect, except for SIDE EFFECTS! One must take less of the drugs than collagen, but must tolerate side effects.
How extra collagen helps your body (Part II)
In a recent article, we discussed the extra cellular matrix of the connective tissue of the human body. We learned that a family of cells, known as fibroblasts, secrete a matrix of macromolecules, i.e. polysaccharide chains of glycoaminoglycans (GAGs) and proteoglycans. The GAGs and proteoglycan molecules form a gel-like substance, which helps the body resist compressive forces and allows rapid diffusion of nutrients, hormones and metabolites between blood and tissue. In addition, the extra-cellular matrix can expand and contract, which can inhibit and prevent admission of toxins, poisons, and some viruses and bacteria.
In a recent article in the Journal of Applied Nutrition, Mathias Rath, M.D., discussed the extra-cellular matrix of the vascular wall. The article promotes the hypothesis that atherosclerosis is a cellular micronutrient deficiency. (Atherosclerosis is a common form of arteriosclerosis in which fatty substances form a deposit of plaque on the inner lining of arterial walls.)
In the Journal of Applied Nutrition, Mathias Rath, M.D. explains that mechanically stressed organs such as the heart, skin, and vascular walls activate a compensating mechanism that provides lipoproteins which “patch” the defect in an attempt to enhance and support structural stability, thus beginning the formation of atherosclerotic plague. Dr. Rath’s research supports strongly, the hypothesis that atherosclerosis is a cellular micronutrient deficiency disorder.
The natural healing process of the blood vessels, heart and skin is collagen synthesis and remodeling of the extra-cellular matrix. The significant contribution of Dr. Rath’s research is that an abundance of the amino acid proline and lysine, from collagen, act as a Teflon-like layer around the lipoprotein plaque particles and detach them from their anchor sites in the vascular wall and initiate the reversal of plaque deposits. Further, collagen supplementation, when coupled with Vitamin C, stimulates the natural repair process to rebuild and reinforce the vascular wall.
In Spain, Portugal, and Italy, glucosamine sulfate has been the treatment of choice since the early 1980s. Glucosamine is required for the synthesis of GAGs. The synthesis of glucosamine, coming from glucose and glutamine in the body, tends to be slowed and diminished in later life. Long-chain GAGs, such as chondroitan sulfate, have inhibitory actions and processes against enzymes which cause degenerative joint diseases. Repair of the extra-cellular matrix, which is destroyed in arthritis, needs collagen supplementation coupled with glucosamine sulfate for reversal. In a study by R. Luke, Ph.D., it was found that 95 per cent of all patients treated with bovine collagen and glucosamine sulfate had reversal of arthritis compared to 72 per cent in patients taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis affecting more than 40 million Americans. It is characterized by joint degeneration, loss of cartilage, alterations of subchondrial bone and damage to the extra-cellular matrix. There is a 35 per cent incidence of weakness in the knees as early as age 30. Its incidence increases dramatically with age, affecting 80 per cent of all persons over the age of 50.
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are the common medical treatment but these medications have adverse side-affects in the gastrointestinal tract and actually accelerate cartilage destruction and aggravate osteoarthritic conditions. Elimination of genus Solanaceae (the nightshade family, which includes tomato, potato, eggplant, pepper, and tobacco) is suggested, as the alkaloids present in these foods inhibit normal collagen repair.
Oral and injectable forms of proteoglycans, GAGs, and bovine collagen have proven a significant improvement over non-steroidal and steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Vitamin C, glucosamine sulfate, chondroitan sulfate, and collagen are naturally occurring substances found in joint structures and have been proven, in numerous studies, to stimulate cartilage regeneration.
A very large study found low Vitamin C intake results in statistically higher risk of heart disease mortality and total mortality in a 10-year period due to lack of stimulation of collagen protection and maintenance of the extra-cellular matrix.
The extra-cellular matrix of tissues and organs is composed of collagen, elastin and ground substances composed of GAGs and non-collagen proteins such as fibropectin and lamin. Defects in synthesis of these compounds can result in macular corneal dystrophy. Proteoglycans are macromolecules, comprised of chains of GAGs covalently bonded to proteins, and are major components of the basement membrane of the intestinal foundation. This basement membrane plays a significant role in intestinal permeability and immunological function.
Intestinal GAGs are severally modified in chronic and inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s Disease, colitis, diverticulitis, and leaky gut syndrome. The gut, more than any other organ, is constantly challenged by bacteria, viruses, and dietary antigens. The structure, function, and integrity of the gut wall and its preservation are directly proportional to the integrity and maintenance of the extra-cellular matrix, collagen synthesis, and GAG production.
Even in autoimmune disease, numerous recent articles report that mucopolysaccharides and amino acid supplementation from bovine collagen, which contains GAGs, including glucosamine and chondroitan sulfates, have been found to enhance T-Cell antibody response in vivo and in vitro.
As more recent and advanced research moves forward, one can only assume that bovine collagen supplementation of 3 to 12 grams per day is an advisable and warranted regime to resist auto-immune system breakdown, degeneration and aging.